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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Did a 10 pound butt in the Kamado Joe for memorial and it turned out perfect.
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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by gonelong View Post
    Wings, 2 Turkey breast, and brats all in the smoker at the moment.
    In high contrast to my request for Vegetarian recipes ...

    Smoked wings went with a quickness - I tried 4 different rubs - unanimous favorite for the "not spicy" category was simply Dave's Famous BBQ Rib Rub. Smoked turkey will go in a Pot pie this week. Smoked chicken brats will likely be a test run in a Jambalaya variation.

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    Re: Smoking Meat

    It's not meat but I tried smoking cream cheese over the weekend as a side/snack. Did a spicy sweet bbq on one and a bbq honey on the other then paired it with a sweet and spicy peach jam. Served with some crispy crackers and it was a huge hit.

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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by MWM View Post
    Did a 10 pound butt in the Kamado Joe for memorial and it turned out perfect.
    “I like big butts and I cannot lie, you other brothers can’t deny….”
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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by mash3024 View Post
    It's not meat but I tried smoking cream cheese over the weekend as a side/snack. Did a spicy sweet bbq on one and a bbq honey on the other then paired it with a sweet and spicy peach jam. Served with some crispy crackers and it was a huge hit.
    Do what! That sounds amazing. I’ll have to give it a try.
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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by gonelong View Post
    Smoked chicken brats will likely be a test run in a Jambalaya variation.
    Added the smoked chicken brats and smoked turkey into my Jambalaya - turned out really great.

    GL

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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by goreds2 View Post
    Just got Tyson Chicken Drum sticks for 99 cents a pound at Kroger. Great deal !
    The above post was from May 20th. I went to Kroger tonight and the same brand drumsticks are currently $2.49 a pound. Still cheaper than wings.
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    Re: Smoking Meat

    It is 72 degrees this far today. I have the smoker going with a Turkey breast. I have some green bean casserole going and Mrs. goreds2 is fixing home made stuffing. We are cheating somewhat as we will fix some Bob Evans mashed potatoes. They are actually very good.

    I guess the wife and I will have to have a beer(s) while waiting on the turkey to get up to temperature.
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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by goreds2 View Post
    It is 72 degrees this far today. I have the smoker going with a Turkey breast. I have some green bean casserole going and Mrs. goreds2 is fixing home made stuffing. We are cheating somewhat as we will fix some Bob Evans mashed potatoes. They are actually very good.

    I guess the wife and I will have to have a beer(s) while waiting on the turkey to get up to temperature.
    Turkey smokes so well. Leftover smoked turkey is top notch in pot pies.

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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by Redhook View Post
    “I like big butts and I cannot lie, you other brothers can’t deny….”
    I'll pass on that one.
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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by gonelong View Post
    Turkey smokes so well. Leftover smoked turkey is top notch in pot pies.
    Non meat eater with an interest in all cooking... turkey is underrated when you are smoking, or barbeque. Really fits well in that genre good for pulled dishes and smokes uniquely.

    Okay... off to eat some cauliflower

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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Originally Posted by goreds2
    It is 72 degrees this far today. I have the smoker going with a Turkey breast. I have some green bean casserole going and Mrs. goreds2 is fixing home made stuffing. We are cheating somewhat as we will fix some Bob Evans mashed potatoes. They are actually very good.

    I guess the wife and I will have to have a beer(s) while waiting on the turkey to get up to temperature.

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    Re: Smoking Meat

    Putting a Turkey breast in the smoker later on today. I guess I better get back to sleep.

    Everyone have a great Thanksgiving.
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