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Old 10-15-2011, 09:05 PM   #481
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Got a 13 pound Turkey up in the smoker right now

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Old 10-16-2011, 08:41 PM   #482
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I just put a chicken and a boneless chuck roast on the smoker. I think this is the first time I've ever smoked beef, usually I just do pork or poultry so I'm anxious about how this will turn out.

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Old 10-16-2011, 11:04 PM   #483
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I just removed a some baby back ribs, boneless pork loin, a fatty, and baked beans from the smoker.

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I just put a chicken and a boneless chuck roast on the smoker. I think this is the first time I've ever smoked beef, usually I just do pork or poultry so I'm anxious about how this will turn out.
pretty damn good I'm sure!

My tailgate this weekend consisted of:

6 racks of BB's

2 chuckie's

about 45 chicken legs

Neeless to say, everyone was quite full!
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pretty damn good I'm sure!

My tailgate this weekend consisted of:

6 racks of BB's

2 chuckie's

about 45 chicken legs

Neeless to say, everyone was quite full!
Actually it was tougher and drier than I hoped, but there was very little fat. I'll find a better piece next time. The chicken was excellent. I'll have the scraps of it on a sandwich today at lunch..
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When I throw beef in the pit,I use chunks of wood on top of the coals. Seems to help that part a little. But I also make a moppin marinade with HB,Worcestershire sauce,& seasonings. mop it every time I flip it to keep it moist. & try to keep some pink in the middle. Bbq sauce is quite good at the end when you match it closely to the mop used to moisten it.
Another thing that is really good for this is Floribeen savory key lime oil. Mix some seasonings in a cup or so in the morning. Cover it till needed. That key lime flavor stands up to some serious seasonings too. Great flavor.
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Old 10-18-2011, 09:19 PM   #487
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my tailgate this past weekend for the Pats game:

115 lb pig stuffed with 12 lbs of chicken and turkey breasts and 12 lbs of chorizo and linguinca.

Do I win!?!?

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my tailgate this past weekend for the Pats game:

115 lb pig stuffed with 12 lbs of chicken and turkey breasts and 12 lbs of chorizo and linguinca.

Do I win!?!?
Deep fried?
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Oh I get it... I see what you did there.

Mr. Funnyman. i know one interwebs ahole who ain't gettin an invite next year.

And no, no deep frying this time. I drilled holes about an inch off the bottom on the side of the huge pan I had made and used it. The fat just drained out the bottom and it cooked perfectly.

I then borrowed PTN's big smoker and used it as a "chafing dish" to keep the pig warm at the tailgate.

Trust me... telling PTN his pride and joy was a chafing dish was worth it.

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Looks tasty but I think more pictures are needed.

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