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Hello.... my name is James Edwards and I own Green Bay Grill Masters. Some of you know me from my pictures of my BBQ. I am looking to try some new rubs and bbq sauces and potentially use these products exclusively for my BBQ catering and Co. If you would like to send me samples of your sauces and rubs I'd love to give them all a try. Please send a brief description of your sauce or rub. I don't want an ingredients list. Just list anything that might set off an allergic reaction.

Please mail to:

Green Bay Grill Masters
1253 Brookwood Dr
Green Bay, WI 54304
Mobile: 757.768.4038

I look forward to trying each and every sauce and rub.

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hello to all my cooking hangout friends! its me +Cristina deLeon DDM 
I would like to share to you one of my favorite vegetable recipe. Its very easy to make! Actually its my dinner!

Mixed veggie Wrap with Sweet soy garlic sauce
( Lumpiang Sariwa) Filipino dish

1 medium size sweet potato
1 medium size Chayote
1 medium size Turnip
1 large Carrots
1 large Jicama (mexican yam/turnip)
2 squares firm tofu  ( mashed )
5 cloves of garlic
1 medium size onions
1 bunch of wansuy ( chop finely)
peanut butter
soy sauce
2 heads of garlic
rice wrapper 
salt/pepper to taste

How to :
part 1

1. all veggies must be julienned, mash the tofu, slice garlic and onions.
2. in a wok, put oil then add garlic, onion saute till done then add the mashed tofu add some salt and pepper. saute for 5 minutes.
3. Then add the the veggies and add 1/2 cup of water. Stir the veggies and simmer in for 10-15 minutes.
4. When its done put it on a strainer and drained the remaining water. Then let it cool.

Part 2 ( assembling)

1. get 1 sheet of wrapper (rice/flour). Wipe some peanut butter in the middle ( peanut butter either smooth or creamy) then put the cooked veggies in the middle and wrap it like and envelope, or just roll the wrapper and seal the ends with water.

Part 3 ( Sauce )
1. In a small sauce pan, put 2 cups of water, 1/2 cup cornstarch, 1/4 cup soy sauce, 1/4 cup sugar. Stir until all are blended well

2. Boil the mixture in a low heat and continue stirring till it became thicker and dark.

3. When it begin to boil, add the crushed garlic and continue stirring.
the taste should be sweetened soy garlic, u can adjust the taste too if u want.

Then assemble it on a platter like on the Photo!! serve it hot!!
best for lunch and dinner!

This is for people who loves to eat vegetables!! this one never gets out of season!! enjoy eating!!!!  :)

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Hey guys once again come and join us on the COOKING HANGOUT with Cristina Deleon @ +The Hangout Show  on FRIDAY 28TH of June 10 PM Philippines 10 Am EST and 3 PM GMT
 Don't miss it!!!!
Featured Recipe :  "POCHERO"
(meat beans and veggie)

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Check Out This Weeks Cooking Show !

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Hello guys I want to share to you another recipe for this weekend. This is called BISTEK TAGALOG ( filipino version of beef and onion steaks).

This is so easy to cook, you only need the right ingredients :

1 lb beef sirloin, thinly sliced
1/4 cup soy sauce
1 piece lemon or 3 pieces calamansi
1/2 tsp ground black pepper
3 cloves garlic, crushed
1 large onion, sliced into rings
3 tbsp cooking oil
salt to taste

This is super easy trust me
1. Marinate the beef with soy sauce and lemon or calamansi for an hour or more, i tried to do it overnight too to let the sauce seeps in the meat

2. in a non stick pan, put oil and saute the onion rings till it turns little brown and set aside.

3. in the same pan, stir fry the beef without the marinade till brown but do not over do it or else the meat will hardened. then set aside

4. again in the same pan, sautee the garlic then pour in the marinade and ring to boil.

5. put in the beef unto the marinade till it completely cooks and tender.

6. served it hot and put onions on top!!

i wish you try this and tell me what you think!!! 

hope to see you guys soon and join in the cooking hangout @ the hangout show every 2nd and 4th friday of the month!!

see you guys soon!!!

bon apetit!!

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makes 16 to 20 dumplings

2 cups glutinous rice flour
1 cup water
1-1/2 cups grated coconut
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons sesame seeds, toasted

Knead the rice flour and water in a mixing bowl to make a smooth dough that holds together and separates cleanly from the bowl. With floured hands, pinch off about 1-1/2 tablespoons of the dough, roll into a ball and flatten into a patty, about 2 to 3 inches in diameter and about 1/4 inch thick. Set aside on a dry plate. Repeat with the rest of the dough.

Place grated coconut in a bowl. Mix sugar and toasted sesame seeds in a separate bowl.

Bring 2 quarts of water to a boil in a pot. Drop the dumplings into the pot and boil until they rise and float to the top, about 1 to 3 minutes. Scoop them out with a wire mesh skimmer and drain.

Roll the dumplings in coconut and then sprinkle generously with sugar and toasted sesame seeds.

Serve warm or at room temperature.

(Recipe adapted from Reynaldo G. Alejandro’s Authentic Recipes from the Philippines BY jun belen)
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