What's on the grill or smoker?

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  1. buzz-saw

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    :drool:

    Boy ; you just don't stop !
    Lookin' good !! ( as always )
     
  2. SKEETER McCLUSKEY

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    I took your advice and deep fried some dogs that I split the ends on... im back to normal plates... them other ones started to get scary 20210912_172110.jpg
     
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    Prepping for Da Bears game!

    2 racks of beef tips, 1 chicken and a pot of special beans!



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    20210912_191059.jpg whoops...back to the scary plates...
     
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    It's a simple thing.
    I must be simple because I think it's just beautiful :yes:
    Got a different looking piece of pork. They called it a "picnic".
    I thought that a butt and picnic were the same, but this guy has includes a short section of the front leg with all the hide still on it. Will I get some cracklins?
     
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    I doubt it...you could score it with a knife and salt it good but temp prolly way to low...you could use a propane torch at the end....
     
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    That's right the pork rinds that I used to buy were deep fried I believe. That was a while ago. They sure went well with beer.
     
  10. Eric VW

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    Side note about pork rinds- I recently noticed Panko made from pork rinds. :eek:

    I bought some but have yet to coat anything with this coarse ground pig hide.
     
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    I like panko, mrs fuelrod puts it on a lot of stuff, homemade mac & cheese comes to mind.
    This explains it.
    Your subtle disrespect to this wonderful cloven hoof beast is noted.:rofl: :lol:
     
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    Is that a jug of dill pickle juice, only the juice? Didn't know there was such a thing ....
     
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    Yup....getcha some!!
     
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    It's at 150....gonna wrap in a little bit... 20210916_170929.jpg
     
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    Just wrapped it,so now I don't care about dirty smoke...put the wood to it!!
     
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    I’m gonna have to look for that our the juice in our pickle jars is always gone before the pickles.
     
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    15 y/o son picked out boneless angus short ribs. Teriyaki and garlic marinade. He cooked them over an oak and maple fire in the Weber. Off at 135 and short rest. We will use lump with oak or maple slivers on the next ones. Washed down with a wheat ale. He knocked it out of the park...

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