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Bacon wrapped peppers from JKO BBQ Afterparty

I can't remember the name of the member that brought the cheese filled, bacon wrapped peppers to the BBQ but DAMN!

Can you please post the recipe?


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I can't remember the name of the member that brought the cheese filled, bacon wrapped peppers to the BBQ but DAMN!

Can you please post the recipe?
Those things are the BOMB! I am going on a limb since I didn't make it, but I am going to venture a guess that they were brought by the Wiebe family or Carss Family (Rob <jumpnt> or Ty <4x4LOYR>)... And yeah, I can't get enough of those things!!!

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I made some of these and took them to steves (AKA the beer guy) for a football game and the wee so good.

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Those things are the BOMB! I am going on a limb since I didn't make it, but I am going to venture a guess that they were brought by the Wiebe family or Carss Family (Rob <jumpnt> or Ty <4x4LOYR>)... And yeah, I can't get enough of those things!!!
While I have indeed made these delicious treats, it was NOT I who brought them to the JKO after-party.

I believe they were provided by: Jeep_fab_&_Gears

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While I have indeed made these delicious treats, it was NOT I who brought them to the JKO after-party.

I believe they were provided by: Jeep_fab_&_Gears
Do you have something similar? Recipe?


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THIS THREAD IS USELESS WITHOUT SAMPLES.....being overnighted to all.
Sounds fantastic! Just the think to fight the SNOW I am getting today!

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Sounds fantastic! Just the think to fight the SNOW I am getting today!
SNOW!!! It's freaking 102 degrees here in AZ today!

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Yep Snow! Heavy Wet stuff falling since 8:30 AM here at 8,200 feet.

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Yep Snow! Heavy Wet stuff falling since 8:30 AM here at 8,200 feet.
Damn. Its 92 here and 100& humidity. Im dying

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SNOW!!!

Man, the fox news guy said it was going to be "stupid hot" in San Diego this week, and yes he used those exact words for what could be the hottest week of the season (even though fall officially starts tomorrow)...

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Do you have something similar? Recipe?
Recipe? Yeah.

Jalapeños (cut the top off, scrape out the insides), cheese (either cheddar cheese; or cream cheese) & bacon. Grill.



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wasn't me. sorry.

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Them ****z is the bombdigity!!! Seriously, I usually fill up on em before the meats are done! <threadjack> Ty, we need to figure something out for Brents going away... <Threadjack over>

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Them ****z is the bombdigity!!! Seriously, I usually fill up on em before the meats are done! <threadjack> Ty, we need to figure something out for Brents going away... <Threadjack over>
Is there an official date set? Of course we're gonna do something . . . just give me that date and we'll put together a killer shin-dig for Brent & Heather.




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Don't have a date, I just know it is under the 7weeks left in Ca mark...

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Well It was in fact my wife that made them and brought them.

We dont use surrano's due to being to hot honestly. But the medium yellow peppers are what we typically use.

Take the peppers, slice a center cut and FULLY gut em! if you miss even one sead you will have angry thursty guest that will for sure drink all your beer!

Then we found you have to use a block of sharp chedder, and cut pieces that are about .5"x.5"x2" and put one inside each pepper.

Freeze them for about an hour.

Then take your best bacon you can afford and wrap each pepper with a slice and stick a tooth pick thru it to hold the bacon on (kinda).

AS soon as you can after wrapping them, get em cooking Cooking them just enough to get the bacon done and crispy if your lucky, yet not loose all the cheese from the center.

We freeze them so that the bacon has more chance to get fully cooked and semi chrispy, before the cheese just turns to liq and runs out.

We typically BBQ em, but have Broiled them before.

In the past we have also taken a 4 part orange marmilade and 1 part olive oil mix and brushed them while BBQ'n em. that was good but little odd.
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try pre-cooking bacon in mirco for a few to get it started... don't forget to soak your toothpicks in water for a few minutes...! supper yummy!
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I made some of these and took them to steves (AKA the beer guy) for a football game and the wee so good.
They were awesome....Thanks again Doug!

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I didnt want to start a new thread about something stupid like this, but on one of the HD channels, they are building a car that looks like a bacon sandwich. They are making a Bentley into a bacon sandwich......i sh!t you not.

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FYI.....It looked nothing like a bacon sandwich when they were done. I just waisted almost an hour to see this crap.

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Well It was in fact my wife that made them and brought them.

We dont use surrano's due to being to hot honestly. But the medium yellow peppers are what we typically use.

Take the peppers, slice a center cut and FULLY gut em! if you miss even one sead you will have angry thursty guest that will for sure drink all your beer!

Then we found you have to use a block of sharp chedder, and cut pieces that are about .5"x.5"x2" and put one inside each pepper.

Freeze them for about an hour.

Then take your best bacon you can afford and wrap each pepper with a slice and stick a tooth pick thru it to hold the bacon on (kinda).

AS soon as you can after wrapping them, get em cooking Cooking them just enough to get the bacon done and crispy if your lucky, yet not loose all the cheese from the center.

We freeze them so that the bacon has more chance to get fully cooked and semi chrispy, before the cheese just turns to liq and runs out.

We typically BBQ em, but have Broiled them before.

In the past we have also taken a 4 part orange marmilade and 1 part olive oil mix and brushed them while BBQ'n em. that was good but little odd.
We would pre roast the jalapenos first to get them a bit soft before gutting them. Stuff them with cream cheese and wrap with the Costco Applewood Smoked Bacon... Until Ty bought this!



Now we just chop off the top, core out the seeds, warm the cream cheese in a zip lock and cut off the corner. Pipe in the cheese from the top instead of the side and wrap with bacon. Whalah! It cut the prep time down to nothing. Before 30 peppers would take an over an hour, now I can prep 50 - 75 in 30 - 40 minutes. Damn, now I'm hungry...
Thanks again Ty for this *****en roaster.
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^^^^^^

No problem, Rob. My pleasure.

Now, bring over some of those grilled & stuffed Jalapeno peppers, 'cuz I'm hungry now, too.




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just the idea of rob doing some cooking brings tears to my eyes. lime and honey glazed tri tips. umm umm slap yo momma lip smacking good.
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