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Old 07-14-2010, 01:55 PM   #11
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this time i added some bbq rub to the pasta. if you look closley at the first photo you can see some of the rub in the pasta.

I have a KitchenAid mixer.....wish I had the pasta attachment!! What kind of bbq rub did you use?? I use a product called Homemade Gourmet for the majority of my home cooking and I can see that it's going to lend itself to camp cooking very well!!
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Old 07-14-2010, 03:04 PM   #12
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ok i need an itinerary for you next trips.
our next trip is planned for september since it gets so hot. but we have a group of big green eggers that like to get together. so if you find yourself near south carolina in september let me know


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i use a rub i buy out of virgina called Dizzy Pig i used their tsunami spin in the pasta. i usually buy their stuff in bulk cause it is easier. let me know if you need more info. other than them the only commercial rub i buy if john henry's hot wing rub. i buy it because my son loves wings with just the rub on it. that works very well on the campsite. the other rubs i get from a friend in florida that likes to send me diffrent stuff. but that is what happens when you participate on a bbq forum
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Old 07-14-2010, 07:05 PM   #13
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kitchen aid

I hadn't thought of bringing the kitchen aid along - hmmm.

We made bread last weekend and used the pilot light feature in the oven so it could rise. I could be using that dough hook instead....

I like the idea of adding a bit of rub to pasta dough. My trick is dehyrated powdered vegetables. For example drying spinach is really easy and putting the bone dry result in the blender gives you a powder that can be added quite easiy to pasta dough (and keeps forever). If you have a food dehydrator making other veggies is easy (I puree the steamed veggies then dehydrate the result) and you can make really colorful pasta very quickly. My children love the colors.
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Old 07-14-2010, 07:24 PM   #14
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i did not bring the ka along. i made it and froze them in sheets at home. then i took them out of the freezer in the trailer.

i like the dehydrated veggies idea. i seen a spinach pasta that looked easy. but i have yet to try it. give the bbq rub a try if you get some time
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