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Quarantine vittles: what’s cooking?

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  1. sidebite252

    sidebite252 Well-Known

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    St Louis cut pork ribs
    Killer Hogs Hot rub
    Hickory/Cherry mix @ 250
    On @ noon. Gonna roll for 6 hrs +/-
     


  2. baboon

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    Seeing as how well my bacon cheddar fries turned out the other night I wanted breakfast spuds. I sliced up a roll of Jimmy Dean #1 roll & air fried in the toaster oven. While that was cooking & fine diced a big jalapeño & shallot. Pulled the sausage out & spread the diced shallot & jalapeño in the grease, then topped that with 2 cans of diced new potatoes. That got salt, pepper & paparika & when the diced spuds showed nice browning I topped it with sharp cheddar & melted that. With over medium eggs on top & sausage on the side it was real good.
     
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  3. sidebite252

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    I opened the door on the cooker after 5 hours and they were done.

    Perfect bite.
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  4. baboon

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    Seeing those makes me miss that smoke ring, being me the ones I did the same day in the oven were good enough!
     
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  5. toddnjoyce

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    This is a a prime ribeye that’s been dry aging for about three weeks.

    Step one was put it in the smoker just long enough.

    Step two is to get a 700* fire going.

    Step three will be a minute or so on each side to finish.

    Sides will be a Caesar salad (sans anchovie this one time) and grilled asparagus.

    Pre-dinner cocktail is a Hendricks Martini
    Wine will be Sisterdale Winery Five Blend
    Post dinner is Blue Bell Strawberry Vanilla

    Will finish the evening is Knob Creek small batch and a Cohiba.

    In an Hawaiian shirt.
     
  6. toddnjoyce

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  8. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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  10. Axxe55

    Axxe55 Professional Troublemaker, and Dog Whisperer!

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    Spent Friday afternoon and evening, and part of Saturday morning grilling and smoking. Did a small brisket, a pork tenderloin, a whole chicken, leg quarters, assorted sausages, hot dogs, burgers and brats. Got enough meat and sides to feed a large army! The wife made potato salad, macaroni salad, and baked beans that I cooked on the smoker to add some smoky flavor.

    Everything turned out excellent. It had been a few years since I had cooked a brisket. The smoke ring was perfect, it was tender and moist, and the flavor was beyond great. The pork tenderloin turned out quite good as well.

    Going to load up a few plates and take some to my father to chow down on for a few days.

    Had a couple of good friends come from out of town Saturday and we also shot a few rounds. Or actually quite a few rounds! Got to oppotunity to shoot some interesting guns yesterday. It was a bit warm yesterday, but we had a great time shooting guns, visiting and eating some great BBQ.
     


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