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Tag archive for : sodium chicken broth
Tag archive for : sodium chicken broth

Guy Stuff – Smoked Turkey Sausage And Cajun Shrimp Gumbo Over Rice

by Bryan Glynn, September 5, 2013

Guy Stuff – Smoked Turkey Sausage And Cajun Shrimp Gumbo Over Rice Mixing a little cajun creole and gumbo together, this is a very spicy but not fire-breathing way to get some awesome flavors goin! Smoking the sausage gives you absolutely delicious layers of flavor and texture, and the best … Continue reading

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Guy Stuff – Cream of Smoked Turkey & Wild Rice Soup

by Bryan Glynn, May 19, 2013

Guy Stuff – Cream of Smoked Turkey & Wild Rice Soup Back on the smoker this time, I show you not only how to make the main event for this recipe, but how to pull off the best damn Thanksgiving turkey you’ll ever have 🙂 Just don’t try and compete … Continue reading

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Guy Stuff – Smoked Chicken Noodle Soup

by Bryan Glynn, April 14, 2013

This was originally just going to be a ‘healthy’ recipe on HLO, but it came out SO GOOD that it’s just simply AWESOME, healthy or not! The smoky flavor of the chicken REALLY makes this something special. It’s packed with flavor on multiple levels and keeps for days reheating perfectly. … Continue reading

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