BOY AND BILLY'S GRILLIN SAUCE
#2 April 2000
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John Boy and Billy
Sweet and Spicy Swiss style Steak
4 cubed steaks
1 small chopped onion
2 tsp. minced garlic
2 - 14.5 oz cans Italian style stewed tomatoes
1/2 cup spicy grillin' sauce
6 oz package of egg noodles- cooked as directed
Sauté cube steaks, onion, and garlic until cubed steaks
are brown. Do not drain. Add tomatoes and grillin' sauce. Stir well. Cover and
for 30-45 minutes. Smother noodles in the sauce.
Regular stewed tomatoes and regular Grillin' sauce can be
used for a not so spicy variety.
Great Snack Idea
Got a great snack idea for you boys!!! Me and all the JB
&B boys who are also
You will need:
Slice the Spam. Lay it side by side in dish on top of the
(No Relation to Coach Cobb)
Bring Home The Bacon
This recipe is best when used at your favorite racetrack.
Beware of any fires that may start due to the grease from the bacon. Get
your griddle warm. Take your favorite brand of bacon and cook it on the grill
until it is cooked to your satisfaction. Pour John Boy and Billy's Grillin Sauce
on top of the pile of bacon.
Then you are ready to eat.
Delicious Barbecued Steak Dinner
(Supper if you're from the South)
Kings Mountain, NC
John Boy and Billy's Hamburgers
John boy and Blly heres how I use the grilling sauce. Take
about a one and half pounds of lean hamburger and dice up 2 or 3 slices of
onion. Add a quarter to half of cup of John Boy and Billy's Grillin Sauce. Mix
it in with the onions and when you are done you make patties 3/4 to 1 inch thick
and you can either fry them in a pan or on the grill. This one of the best
burgers that I have ever had.
BIG OLE BOSTON BUTT
Hi Guys (and you too Jackie). I listen to show on WQNS
In Waynesville North Carolina. I have been listening to
Yall gab about John Boy and Billys Grillin Sauce till
I had to get some.
Man Yall done GOOD! Great stuff, tell ya a good recipe
Get a Big ole Boston Butt (Im not talking about Ted
Put it on the smoker for about 8 hours basting once an
Use hickory and mesquite chips and a little beer in the
Then let it sit (set in Tennessee) overnight.
Cut it up or tear it apart. Put it in a big pan. Pour John
And Billys Grillin Sauce all over it and slow roast for
2 hours and get the Beer ready!
Hey maybe you could make a fans cookbook? One thing does
worry me about your grillin sauce. On the ingredient list
called Xanthan gum is listed. I hope thats not
what John Boy
puts under his desk during the show.
DRAKES PLANK SHAD
This recipe was sent in (with help from Rudy) by Drake, a
beer drinking labador retriver. Its Our first recipe from a talking
dog. That Bush Bean guy is not the only one that has a talking dog. Picture
Take a pine board and cover it with John Boy and Billys
Lay a Nannie shad on the plank and set it facing an open
camp fire or grill.
While it is cooking continue to apply the John Boy and
Billy Grillin Sauce generously to the shad, and plank and drink lots of beer or
good corn liquor (this is important).
After an hour or so the fish should be tender and ready for
removing from the plank.
Cover the plank with more John Boy and Billy Grillin Sauce
and put it on the fire until it is chared ( keep drinking ). After the plank is
chared remove it from the fire and break the plank into small peices.
Throw the nannie shad away and serve the plank with more
John Boy and Billy Grillin Sauce and lots of cold beer to wash it down! (see why
drinking is so important).