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  • #31
    Jim:

    Let's cook Huli Huli Chicken with our Oysters!:idea:
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    • #32
      Originally posted by norty View Post
      Jim:

      Let's cook Huli Huli Chicken with our Oysters!:idea:
      consider it done .... :handshake: .... takes absolutely no arm twisting to get us to throw Huli Huli Chicken on the grill .... only things I need to know are what day you want to have it and how many folks you want to serve .... :cheers:

      Jim
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      • #33
        I will PM you. I just reserved oysters.
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        • #34
          Originally posted by norty View Post
          I will PM you. I just reserved oysters.
          10-4

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          • #35
            question on hukihuki chicken

            Jim

            Do you use boneless chicken breasts? Also have you ever used it on pork? I am gonna try it this weekend.

            Spelling Correction: Huli Huli
            Last edited by norty; 12-20-2007, 03:16 AM. Reason: sp
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            • #36
              ive made that on kabobs with pineapple and melons between the large diced chicken. we had a hawaiian theme party last summer and this was one of the things i made. along with a coconut rice. very good indeed.
              i need to go camping with you next time your on the road.

              on the off topic part back yonder. ive found that finding something that can do duel duty in a camper is a good plan. we ended up getting an expresso coffee dohicky b/c not only can it heat water for my tea, but for cup o soup as well as hot coco in a jiffy with its steam wand. now mind you it only makes one cup of coffee, but shouldn't you cut back on that kinda stuff anyways. besides my husband swears his one cup of expresso stuff has the kick of half a pot of reg stuff. again just my 2 cents.
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              • #37
                Originally posted by norty View Post
                Jim

                Do you use boneless chicken breasts? Also have you ever used it on pork? I am gonna try it this weekend.

                Spelling Correction: Huli Huli
                do use boneless chicken breast and have done it with pork ... both are excellent .... Holland grill perfect for cooking it .... smell will let you know well in advance of just how good it is going to be .... the longer you marinate it the better ... cook extra, even better heated up the next day

                Jim
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by muddy princess sara View Post
                  ive made that on kabobs with pineapple and melons between the large diced chicken. we had a hawaiian theme party last summer and this was one of the things i made. along with a coconut rice. very good indeed.
                  i need to go camping with you next time your on the road.

                  on the off topic part back yonder. ive found that finding something that can do duel duty in a camper is a good plan. we ended up getting an expresso coffee dohicky b/c not only can it heat water for my tea, but for cup o soup as well as hot coco in a jiffy with its steam wand. now mind you it only makes one cup of coffee, but shouldn't you cut back on that kinda stuff anyways. besides my husband swears his one cup of expresso stuff has the kick of half a pot of reg stuff. again just my 2 cents.
                  you are welcome any time ..... don't know when we will be back through Ohio ..... kabobs are good but can be alot of work when you are doing bunches

                  Jim
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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by JEBar View Post
                    you are welcome any time ..... don't know when we will be back through Ohio ..... kabobs are good but can be alot of work when you are doing bunches

                    Jim
                    learned that the hard way....:wall:
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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by muddy princess sara View Post
                      learned that the hard way....:wall:

                      I sure did .... as a gift to my sister's daughter, I catered her wedding dinner .... she wanted Huli Huli chicken kabobs .... fixed them for 500 people ..:shocking:.. never again :nope:

                      Side note for anyone thinking of fixing this chicken .... to do so, you really need a grill capable of cooking at low temps .... if your try to cook it on a high temp grill it will burn easily

                      Jim
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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by JEBar View Post
                        Side note for anyone thinking of fixing this chicken .... to do so, you really need a grill capable of cooking at low temps .... if your try to cook it on a high temp grill it will burn easily

                        Jim
                        DW has a couple of questions...............

                        Cook at what low temperature--215° or what?

                        What kind of sherry? Cooking or sipping? We hardly ever buy anything stronger that hot chocolate.
                        Good judgment comes from experience, and a lotta that comes from bad judgment.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by jfrow2 View Post
                          DW has a couple of questions...............

                          Cook at what low temperature--215° or what?

                          What kind of sherry? Cooking or sipping? We hardly ever buy anything stronger that hot chocolate.
                          when we originally asked about what kind of sherry we were told to get whatever you'd drink ... since we don't drink sherry, that didn't help much :nope: .... will ask Maureen when she gets home and let you know what she says .... 215 should be fine so long as the chicken isn't exposed directly to a flame

                          Jim
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                          • #43
                            Most recipes say never use cooking sherry for cooking? What's that about? I just buy a medium priced sherry in a package store. Cost about $6.00 for a fifth. The brand I have is Sheffield.
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                            • #44
                              update

                              Maureen says she uses the Taylor brand .... has used Taylor brand dry sherry and cream sherry, both have worked well

                              Jim
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by JEBar View Post
                                Maureen says she uses the Taylor brand .... has used Taylor brand dry sherry and cream sherry, both have worked well

                                Jim

                                Thanks, we will give Taylor a try if we can find it here. Don't want to go to Wally World, they card me every time I buy a beer.

                                On the hand, I can see why, I probably appear to be under 21 to most people. (TPFIC)
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