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JIMMY C. SAUCE

JIMMY C. SAUCE This sauce was concocted by Jimmy C. from WhatisCookingNow.com for the “MANLY CHICKEN: The Manliest Chicken on Earth” recipe. The recipe was on the fly and he came up with it inside of about 1o minutes!  I told him we needed a sauce and asked him what he needed me to bring.  He said just bring me a lime. Here’s what he came up with (FULL RECIPE LISTED BELOW VIDEO): 1/2 Cup mayonnaise 1/4 Cup Sriracha 1 tbsp Soy Sauce (or to taste) 1...
Posted by Bobby_D 0 Comments March 09, 2014

MANLY CHICKEN: The Manliest Chicken Recipe on Earth!

MANLY CHICKEN: The Manliest Chicken Recipe on Earth! This is a post that has been years in the making.  I finally got to do a post with one of my oldest friends: Jimmy C. from WHATISCOOKINGNOW.com . He’s got what might be the best working man’s kitchen that there is.  From 187 sets of knives to spices off all kinds, to hot sauces that’ll make you wish you’d prayed more growing up.  So when the idea for the “Manly Chicken: The Manliest Chicken Recipe on Earth” came to...
Posted by Bobby_D 0 Comments March 09, 2014

Puttin’ Peanuts in your Coke!

Puttin' Peanuts in your Coke! @THEDOWHAT THEDOWHAT on FACEBOOK (Here’s the clips broken down if you don’t have time to watch the full episode) #1 Coke This video was inspired by a tweet I sent back in October stating “I know I’m not the only one who’s ever put peanuts in their coke!”.  Not only was I not the only one, I was actually behind in the peanut in soda game.  I got suggestions to try it in Sprite, Dr. Pepper and even Mtn. Dew! So, I...
Posted by Bobby_D 0 Comments November 28, 2013

Moe’s Original BBQ in The Village of Providence in Huntsville, AL

Moe's Original BBQ in The Village of Providence in Huntsville, AL @THEDOWHAT TheDoWhat on FACEBOOK There were 2 things I was constantly having to shoot down during the days prior to my visit to Moe’s Original BBQ in the Village of Providence in Huntsville. #1:  This wasn’t a place to get giant burritos & it had nothing do with the Southwest. #2:  Just because it was in The Village of Providence it did not mean the food was “yuppy” and it is possible to get good, authentic BBQ in that part...
Posted by Bobby_D 3 Comments October 27, 2013

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