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Old 04-03-2011, 07:29 AM   #81
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hey i just saw the pics of the butt, very nice....i was going to do ribs on friday but things didn't work out. grilled some steakage tonight on mesquite. i so need to fire up the smoker & show these AZ stupid asses what meat tastes like.

 
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Old 04-04-2011, 03:14 PM   #82
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2) The chickens are really hard to keep up straight only using a beer can and the birds legs. Anyone ever try one of those Weber chicken mount things?

I can see this becoming another addictive habit. Need to pick out a recipe for next weekend.
i have one of those can holder/chicken mounter deals. they hold the bird upright nicely, but it takes a little bit of clever maneuvering to get the bird off of it once you've finished cooking it. still worth it though.

 
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Old 04-04-2011, 03:46 PM   #83
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hey i just saw the pics of the butt, very nice....i was going to do ribs on friday but things didn't work out. grilled some steakage tonight on mesquite. i so need to fire up the smoker & show these AZ stupid asses what meat tastes like.
My WSM should show up today....I gotta do something this weekend....

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Old 04-04-2011, 11:35 PM   #84
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It's a beautiful day here in Philly. Got home from the park with a wet but happy dog (second swim of the year already).

Time for some Chicken!!



Dusted up in my own rub. On the grate, should be done in hour and a half, give or take.



Accompanying this will be some salt potatoes and some tangy collard greens, and finally some cornbread.

After 2 hours (sauced with sweet baby rays for the last half hour):



Between 4 people, all that was left was a thigh and two drumsticks.

Also picked up some nice yellow and red peppers, some Chorizo and Anduillo (sp) sausage, and some ground beef. Stuffed peppers are on the menu for tomorrow when I get home. The wife will loved that!

 
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Old 04-13-2011, 04:48 PM   #85
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Smoking 3 racks of baby back ribs today. pics will come shortly.

 
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Old 04-14-2011, 12:01 PM   #86
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We made smoked pot roast this weekend... It was THE best pot roast i've ever had.

 
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How does one make smoked pot roast? Sounds great.
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How does one make smoked pot roast? Sounds great.
Yes, please do tell. Was it a chuck roast?
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Yes, it was a chuck roast.

What we did was start with 2 3lb boneless chuck roasts – I picked the ones with a small fat cap (about of an inch). I rubbed them with onion powder, paprika, salt, and pepper then set them out on the counter to come up to temperature for about 45 minutes while we got the fire going. The fire was started with lump charcoal and we added large chunks of oak that we had soaked in bourbon and water. The roasts were put into a foil roasting pan into the superheated grill on the opposite side of the fire. After a good sear chicken stock was added to the pan and we continued to smoke for about 2 hours (letting the fire die in the process). After the 2 hours we covered the meat with foil and kept it in the grill for a few more hours until the grill was almost cold. Total cooking time – about 5 hours.

 
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Yes, it was a chuck roast.

What we did was start with 2 3lb boneless chuck roasts I picked the ones with a small fat cap (about of an inch). I rubbed them with onion powder, paprika, salt, and pepper then set them out on the counter to come up to temperature for about 45 minutes while we got the fire going. The fire was started with lump charcoal and we added large chunks of oak that we had soaked in bourbon and water. The roasts were put into a foil roasting pan into the superheated grill on the opposite side of the fire. After a good sear chicken stock was added to the pan and we continued to smoke for about 2 hours (letting the fire die in the process). After the 2 hours we covered the meat with foil and kept it in the grill for a few more hours until the grill was almost cold. Total cooking time about 5 hours.
sounds tasty! i think i'll have to play around with this pretty soon.

 
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