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post #21 of 37

Yummy looking Bear. Great job on the tutorial as well but I've come to expect no less from you. You even managed to get some green on that plate!!

post #22 of 37

looks great bear.................. wasn't keen on smoking csr's...... hard to get tender but after seeing yours i will definitely have to give it a try.............

 

Joe

post #23 of 37

Bear don`t need that much on his plate !!!!  LOL  Great job Buddy as always !!! Right on point !!!!

post #24 of 37
Thread Starter 

I have to add this to my thread.

 

AWESOME LEFTOVERS !!

 

I had a bunch of leftovers, and I noticed they had the same consistency as my Dried Beef, but the great Bacon flavor, so I got the old slicer out.

I trimmed off all of the excess fat, cut out all of the bones, and sliced the left over meat very thin, like I do Dried Beef & Dried Venison. This stuff came out awesome, and my Son went nuts over it too!!!!

 

Check out the pics below.

 

Thanks,

Bear

 

 

Three things I got out of the leftovers:

Left----------Real tasty outside pieces that are great cold, and even better warmed up.

 

Top----------Bones with some meat I left on them---Great to warm up & chew on,

or add to beans & such for the great Bacon flavor.

 

Bottom------Thin sliced Dried Pork Chips----AWESOME!!!!

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Close-up of Dried Pork Chips (very thin) BEARVIEW !!!:

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Meat left on bones----Just like "Bacon-On-A-Stick".

Chew off of bones or add to Beans & such.

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post #25 of 37

that looks awesome tons of leftovers!!

post #26 of 37
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Scarbelly View Post

Those look awesome Bear. Great tutorial as usual


Thanks Gary!!!

 

Bear

 



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Originally Posted by miamirick View Post

looks like a standing ovation from the crew here!

 

Thank You Rick!!

 

Bear
 

 



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Originally Posted by bmudd14474 View Post

That looks pretty tasty. Great job.

 

Thanks Brian!

 

Bear
 

 

post #27 of 37
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ExhaustedSpark View Post

That looks great Bear.

Tnx for the great picts.

 

I will have to watch the meat sales to get some to try.

Karl


Thanks Karl!

Bear

 



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Originally Posted by africanmeat View Post

Wow my friend you pulled a great one it looks amazing .   if no TQ what can you put? ill have to import some from the USA.


Thanks Aaron!!!

You could use one of the cure #1 cures too. Just use the proper amount for that particular cure, plus seasonings to go with it.

 

Bear

 



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Originally Posted by cfarley View Post

Very informative! Thanks and great job


Thank You Much!!!

 

Bear

 

post #28 of 37

Great looking food, Bear!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #29 of 37
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Quote:
Originally Posted by boykjo View Post

looks great bear.................. wasn't keen on smoking csr's...... hard to get tender but after seeing yours i will definitely have to give it a try.............

 

Joe

Thanks Joe !!!

For me it is a thin line between smoking these things long enough to get good smoky flavor, yet not long enough to get too dry.

That's why I'll be looking for bigger ones next time. That will make it easier. These, however, were just right.

 

Bear
 

 



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Originally Posted by Roller View Post

Bear don`t need that much on his plate !!!!  LOL  Great job Buddy as always !!! Right on point !!!!

Thank You Very much, Roller!!!!

 

Bear

 

 



Quote:
Originally Posted by Chef Willie View Post

Yummy looking Bear. Great job on the tutorial as well but I've come to expect no less from you. You even managed to get some green on that plate!!


Thank You Willie !!!!

I've been eating my veggies for the last 10 years.

Used to be strictly meat & potatoes, and mostly meat !!!  LOL

 

Bear

 

post #30 of 37

Boy, I'm sure glad I live where I have ready access to TQ (I do my share by taking care packages to the Denver area) and CSR's.  I can think of some family gatherings where these would go over great.  I gotta say, Bear, with your fine tutelage, you make us look great in the eyes of the uninformed.  Thanks.

post #31 of 37
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BlueBombersfan View Post

that looks awesome tons of leftovers!!


Thank You Bomber!!!

Bear

 



Quote:
Originally Posted by Venture View Post

Great looking food, Bear!

 

Good luck and good smoking.


Thanks Merv!!

 

Bear

 

post #32 of 37

Man everything looks awesome as usual Bear! But whats with the orange thermapen. Why did you get the slower one? You should have sprung the extra few bucks and got the super fast red one like me. yahoo.gif

post #33 of 37
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Quote:
Originally Posted by NWDave View Post

Boy, I'm sure glad I live where I have ready access to TQ (I do my share by taking care packages to the Denver area) and CSR's.  I can think of some family gatherings where these would go over great.  I gotta say, Bear, with your fine tutelage, you make us look great in the eyes of the uninformed.  Thanks.

 

Thanks Dave!!!

 

I'm just paying back for all the help I got from the Veterans who were here when I got here, and a whole lot of guys like you who I keep learning from all the time.

 

Bear
 

 



Quote:
Originally Posted by rbranstner View Post

Man everything looks awesome as usual Bear! But whats with the orange thermapen. Why did you get the slower one? You should have sprung the extra few bucks and got the super fast red one like me. yahoo.gif


Thanks Ross !!!

 

I got the Blaze Orange one because I live right in the middle of a lot of outstanding PA hunting land.

The more orange you got on, the safer you are!!!!  biggrin.gif

 

In my younger hunting days, I had a Blaze Orange Ramcharger we took deer hunting.

Then when we went Archery hunting, my buddy drove his 53 Chevy---Two tone green, with leaves scotch taped all over it. biggrin.gif

That guy always cracked me up!!!

 

Bear

 

 

 

post #34 of 37

WOW awesome job

post #35 of 37
Thread Starter 

Thanks Billy!!!

 

Bear

post #36 of 37

Wow what a great job  Thumbs Up   :points:

 

Gary

post #37 of 37
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gary s View Post
 

Wow what a great job  Thumbs Up   :points:

 

Gary


Thank You Gary!!

 

You did some digging to find this one---Glad you like it.

 

Thanks for the Points!!

 

Bear

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