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Old 03-23-2007, 11:16 AM   #11
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BBQ Chipped Chopped Ham Sandwich - Pittsburgh Recipe
LOL, when I was a kid it was chipped ham fried in ketchup!


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Old 03-23-2007, 11:18 AM   #12
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LOL, when I was a kid it was chipped ham fried in ketchup!


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In ketchup? Eeek. Now, I'm open to all foods (has to be dead though) but I think I'll stick with the BBQ...lol.
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Old 07-11-2007, 09:27 AM   #13
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Mistah Q's legendary recipe for. . .

Wedding Soup
Also known as Italian Wedding Soup.

Zuppa:
-1 stewing chicken
-1/2 c. celery, carrots & onions, chopped
-Parsley, chopped
-6 qts. water
-Salt & pepper
-1 head of kale (if you can't find kale, use escarole)
-One box of pastine (tiny pasta. the ROUND ones, not the STARS. If you can't find the ROUND ones, then buy one box of Acini de Pepe instead)
-Chicken boullion cubes/powder

Meatballs:
-1 lb. ground meat
-1/2 c. Parmesan cheese
-3 eggs
-3 tbsp. parsley
-1/2 lb. ground sausage
-Salt & pepper
-1 c. bread crumbs

Croutons:
-6 eggs
-half cup parmesan cheese
-half teaspoon Salt
-1 cup flour
-1 teaspoon Parsley
-pinch of pepper

Mix Bread Crouton ingredients together and pour into greased 8X8 baking dish. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes until light golden and firm. Let cool and slice into tiny cubes.

Place chicken, water and seasoning (salt, pepper and chopped parsley) into large kettle or stock pot. Cover and cook 2 to 3 hours until tender. When about halfway done, add celery, carrots and onions. When chicken is done, remove and discard vegetables. Break chicken into small pieces and return to broth.

In a seperate pan of boiling water, add head of chopped kale and cook 15 minutes. When tender, remove and drain. (This is IMPORTANT! If you simply add the kale to the broth without doing this, it will give the soup a distinct bitter aftertaste.)

Prepare meatballs by mixing all meatball ingredients together and rolling into small (1/2") balls. Boil for 10 minutes. Add meatballs, greens, and croutons to stock. Add chicken boullion to taste. Simmer and add pastine.
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*2 lbs Isaly's (if you can get it) Chip Chopped Ham (shaved ham if this cut is unavailable in your area)

*3 cups of your favorite BBQ Sauce

*1 1/2 onion, diced

*2 green peppers, diced (Personally, I leave out the green peppers, just onions and BBQ sauce)

*8 Kaiser rolls

*Shredded Cheddar Cheese


Place all except the rolls and cheddar cheese into a slow cooker. Heat for four hours.

Scoop onto rolls and top with cheese before placing the top of bun on the sandwich.

Serves 8

This actually sounds pretty good, although my idea of 'cue revolves around slow cooked pork shoulder topped with cole slaw on a toasted bun . But I'll give this a try sometime.
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BBQ Chipped Chopped Ham Sandwich - Pittsburgh Recipe

*2 lbs Isaly's (if you can get it) Chip Chopped Ham (shaved ham if this cut is unavailable in your area)

*3 cups of your favorite BBQ Sauce

*1 1/2 onion, diced

*2 green peppers, diced (Personally, I leave out the green peppers, just onions and BBQ sauce)

*8 Kaiser rolls

*Shredded Cheddar Cheese


Place all except the rolls and cheddar cheese into a slow cooker. Heat for four hours.

Scoop onto rolls and top with cheese before placing the top of bun on the sandwich.

Serves 8
I became an expert cook when I discovered the crock pot. lol I don't think I've cooked ribs on the grill since.
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This actually sounds pretty good, although my idea of 'cue revolves around slow cooked pork shoulder topped with cole slaw on a toasted bun . But I'll give this a try sometime.
It aint Isaly's it aint Pittsburgh. I'll send you a few pounds.
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I became an expert cook when I discovered the crock pot. lol I don't think I've cooked ribs on the grill since.
Did you say ribs?!?!?!?!

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