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post #21 of 33
Thread Starter 

While I was bored smoking the Pastrami I whipped up a batch of my Poblano sausage. I know this is the Beef forum, don't kick me off.

 

I don't stuff this sausage. I use it to make meatballs sometimes and with eggs for breakfast tacos. Bueno.

Poblano Sausage.jpg

post #22 of 33

I like that smokehouse!

post #23 of 33

I love the smokehouse too, very cool. Nice lookin' stuff so far, you definitely got my attention Sir.

post #24 of 33

LOL---I had a big smile on my face the first time MacBB showed that little smoker house---Very cool!   biggrin.gif

 

I vote we don't kick him off the Beef forum for packin' Pork!   beercheer.gif

 

 

Bear

post #25 of 33
I vote to let him stay but only if he gives up the recipe.....
post #26 of 33
Thread Starter 

I will post the recipe when I get a chance. I am sitting back resting after a long day of smoking.....Very physically demanding :) Did have to split a few pecan logs.

 

It is from Michael Ruhlmann's book. Sometimes I add a few of jalepenos when roasting the poblanos. Gives a little kick to it.

 

post #27 of 33
I'll be checking on the outcome of both the pastrami & the sausage recipe:sausage:
post #28 of 33
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Originally Posted by Jakerz66 View Post

I vote to let him stay but only if he gives up the recipe.....


LOL----You Pennsylvania guys are tough!  head-wall.gif

post #29 of 33
Thread Starter 

Steamed half of the pastrami today. I do this on the gas grill with one of those smoker thingies. If you do this in the house you will have the smokey pastrami smell for a week.

Pastrami Steaming.jpg

post #30 of 33

Beautiful man.  Brings a tear to my eye.  Just beautiful.

post #31 of 33
Thread Starter 

This will not only bring a tear to your eye but you should salivate. This might be the best I have ever done. Tender, salty and fatty. How healthy can you get?

Sliced Pastrami.jpg

post #32 of 33

EXCELLENT!!!

post #33 of 33

OMG---That looks Perfect!!!!

 

Thanks for showing, Billy!

 

 

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