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2016 Destination Guide

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2016 fox cities destination guide 15 See the schedule on page 9 Tailgate Tips Fang's RECIPe by Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Executive Chef Tim Hansen Blackened Cedar Planked Salmon What you will need: Cedar Plank, 10 oz Salmon (skin on), Blackened Venom Seasoning Blackened Venom Seasoning Ingredients: Combine all ingredients and follow grilling instructions below. How to grill: Pre-heat one side of your grill on high and leave the other half on low or with minimal coals. Soak the cedar plank in water for about 10 minutes and add a weight on top to keep the plank fully submerged under water. Coat the skinless side of the salmon with the Blackened Venom Seasoning. Place the salmon on the cedar plank skin side down. Place the cedar planked salmon on the hot side of the grill. The cedar plank will burn, which will in turn smoke your fish. Cook for about 5 minutes and then move the fish to the other side of the grill. Check the fish periodically for doneness. If you press down on the fish with your finger it should feel a little firm and springy. This is a good indicator of doneness. Otherwise, the fish should read 145° with your thermometer. Serve on cedar plank. 2 Tbsp. Paprika 3/4 oz. Salt 1 Tbsp. Onion Powder 1 Tbsp. Garlic Powder 1/2 Tbsp. Crushed Red Pepper 1/2 Tbsp. White Pepper 1/2 Tbsp. Black Pepper 1 tsp. Cayenne Pepper 1 tsp. Thyme 1 tsp. Oregano 1 Tbsp. Brown Sugar Here in Wisconsin, we take our tailgating seriously. When visiting Fox Cities stadium, home to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, single A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers, you're encouraged to get to the game early, park your vehicle and tailgate. From small setups with people eating a few snacks, to large setups with grills, snacks, bean bag toss, music and more, you're sure to see it all on game day. Let team mascot, Fang, give you a few pointers to help make your next tailgating experience top-notch! bring friends. The more the merrier and the more FOOD they will bring! dress up & decorate. Just by wearing fun hats and clothes can really attract some attention and put everyone in the game day spirit! Get creative. Brats & burgers are always a great staple, but what could make your tailgate stand out is a unique food item! Bring Music & games. Keep your tailgaters entertained: Bean Bags, Giant Jenga, Parking Lot Scavenger Hunt. have fun! Be respectful of those around you and have FUN! That why it's called a tailgate PARTY.

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