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Posted October 28, 2005 by Nick Lindauer in Hot Sauce News
 
 

Hot Chick Stoner BBQ


Hot Chick Stoner BBQ
This is a guide to the art of barbequing that you won’t want to miss! The lovely Hot Rod Honey imparts all her secrets, joined by her hot stoner friends in some meat-grilling, gun-shooting, whiskey-drinking, pot-smoking action. Honey will teach you how to perfectly prepare ribs, steaks, corn on the cob, mushrooms, and hot peppers, as well as the ins and outs of the consummate marinade and of course, meat rubs.

After reading this post on the BBQ Report, I did what any red blooded American male would do and I added it to our NetFlix queue. The wife saw it a few days later and just rolled her eyes.

First let me say that the BBQ Report was probably right when it comes to not renting this one. High quality it is not – but with ‘stoner’ in the title my expectations were not that ‘high’.

First things first, just getting through the credits and already it strikes me that they use the term ‘hot’ very liberally and ‘stoner’ very literally.

“We make up the rules as we go and we don’t measure the little shit.”
~ Stoner Chick Motto for BBQ and Life

Marinade Recipe:
Olive Oil – 10 Count
Balsamic Vinegar – 5 Count
Tapatio Hot Sauce – To Taste

Add a pinch of:
Black Pepper
Garlic Powder
NM Chile Powder
Cayenne Pepper
Sweet Basil
Oregano
Brown Sugar – 1 Tbsp
Season Salt (Lawry’s)
Sea Salt
Beer – Generous pour

Marinate slice portabella’s and a few button shrooms for 30 minutes or more.

Pork Rub Recipe:
Black Pepper
Garlic Powder
Chili Powder
Cayenne Pepper
Brown Sugar – 2 tbsps
Season salt
Sea salt

Rub ribs and let sit refrigerated for a min of 30 minutes.

BBQ Sauce Recipe:
Tomato sauce
Ketchup
Molasses
Worcestershire sauce
Steak Sauce
Soy sauce
Balsamic Vinegar
Tapatio
Brown Sugar
Black Pepper
Sea Salt
Season Salt
1 Yellow Onion (minced)
1 Clove of Garlic (minced)
Chili Powder
Cayenne Pepper
Garlic Powder

Cook for 5-24 hours till smooth.

In addition to the recipes listed she also BBQs some corn, peppers and the portabellas that were marinated. Good thing this video was only 37 minutes long, I’m not sure how much longer I could stand the video editing and movie montages they so liberally used.

The recipes were half decent and the food did look quite tasty, but I can’t justify adding the sequel to the queue. Probably a lot more entertaining if your under the influence while watching.


Nick Lindauer

 
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