Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Sunday, December 21, 2008
With monster Rockfish in the cooler, it was time to through a little holiday gathering at JBO Central in Hampton and cook up some more Rockfish. Everyone wanted some more of the smoked Rockfish, and even the Daily Press is running our Recipe coming up on Christmas Eve! It is a good one.
Good friends, family, and of course Rockfish, is one great way to spend the holidays. For those of you that would like to try something a little different for your holiday breakfast, try this one. This is Casey's favorite that I make, it is a Philly cheese steak omelet. Here is what you do:
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Saturday, November 29, 2008
Hello everybody, and hope your enjoying a great Thanksgiving holiday. We do love to cook up a storm on Jim Baugh Outdoors TV, and we certainly do not hold back at Thanksgiving. Sooooo- Here is a little bit about our cooking day yesterday. I am not much on deserts, so I will skip those, lets get straight to the meat of the matter. (Uncle Bill Pictured doing the Turkey Dunk)
We wanted to do Oyster stuffing, but could not find Oysters anywhere, was a bit bummed about that!
I left the Blue Ridge Mountains and drove to Kitty Hawk NC for the Pyratical Art Show put on by non other than Captain Pyrate Pete. This art show celebrated 290 years of Blackbeards capture. There really was some fantastic art there, I am including some pics here. The show\gallery will be up for a short while, so plan a trip down to Kitty Hawk and see this one in person, some great Pirate art! You can also see some of Captain Petes Pyratical art at the 2009 Hampton Blackbeard Festival in June.
Scouts are out!!! Fishing report on the Rocks will be out tomorrow, check back to see where the monster bite is!
Monday, November 24, 2008
Then off to Roanoke to see my daughter Casey and of course Uncle Bill and his variety of grills! I think he now has about four, one of them is a trailer that can be towed anywhere. We will of course have the Turkey fryer filled to the brim, and will cook up about five fresh birds. I plan on smoking one bird with Oyster stuffing.
Ben Baugh and Tina Turner will be spending Thanksgiving in Washington Sate, and look forward to seeing them both during Christmas. "Have a good one son and send us some more white water pics!"
Thanksgiving Recipe-Turkey and Stuffing, JB Style: Stuffing-A great way to do stuffing is to stuff the bird with Oysters and stuffing, and once done, pat out the stuffing into patties and put them back on the grill to smoke for another half hour. Served up with some gravy, this is really hard to beat. I will usually smoke the bird and the stuffing for about eight hours.Turkey- Use an injector and make up a good hot sauce, Durkeys\Franks hot sauce -10 ounces, and five ounce of apple cider vinegar. Inject one side of the bird with this, and the other with a Soy and Honey glaze. A 12 pound bird will take about 45 min. in the Turkey fryer.
Beer But Chicken- This is my daughter Casey's fav, she has already called me today to make sure we were making some. Simple to do while the Turkey is smoking on the Grill. Just get a Beer Butt stand, Lowe's has them, they are only a couple of bucks. I use half a can of beer, the rest vinegar, garlic, and hot sauce. Stuff the chicken with the beer can and let it stand on the grill with the chicken stand. Your favorite dark beer is best for this dish.
I would like to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving Holiday, and this does truly mark the beginning of our Rockfish season. Most of December Jim Baugh Outdoors TV will be filming everyday trying for those monster ocean Rocks.
Yall come join us!! Dont forget the Hampton downtown lighted boat parade is Dec. 6th, and the Jim Baugh Rockfish Holiday fishing tourney is Dec. 13th, same day as Bluewaters Rock event.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone, and drive safe.
If you see a Mag Red 04- C5 Vette flying overhead while on the road this week, wave!!
Jim Baugh, JBO TV