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HELP! It's 10:40 a.m. What Can I Smoke? UPDATED with Q-View!

post #1 of 20
Thread Starter 

OK....I've done no prep...no brining, no rub sitting on meat overnight, nothin' it's getting close to midday...

 

What can I run out and go get and prep and get smoking for tonight! Help! Quick! Suggestions?

 

Greg

post #2 of 20

Pork loin, ribs, or chicken

post #3 of 20

Sausages of some kind also.  I've even had some awesome smoked hamburgers, so that's a couple more ideas for you.,  Good luck and happy smokin'
 

post #4 of 20

meatloaf

post #5 of 20

Ribs and Chicken would be my first thought. Both are easy if you don't get carried away so you have plenty of time. About 5 hours om rins, and less than 3 for chicken. I did a chicken last night so tonight its Red beans and Rice with big, really big pieces of fresh smoked bacon instead of sausage or andouille. My arteries are all talking about the big party tonight!

post #6 of 20
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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post

Pork loin, ribs, or chicken

X2

Tri tip, strip loin, prime rib............
post #7 of 20

x 2 for RIBS! 

post #8 of 20

pretty much anything short of a brisket or butt....how about hot smoked salmon, country style ribs or a nice pork tenderloin...?

post #9 of 20

Pizza! Fatty! Mac and cheese!

post #10 of 20
Thread Starter 

OK! I went with chicken quarters...can get a good 3 hour soak in apple cider vinegar, let rub sit for an hour, then on to the smoker. Thanks for the input guys!

 

GT

post #11 of 20

Lots of good ideas here! Just about anything that's not a big, thick cut of meat will be done in time for you  thumb1.gif

post #12 of 20
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Originally Posted by scdigger View Post

OK! I went with chicken quarters...can get a good 3 hour soak in apple cider vinegar, let rub sit for an hour, then on to the smoker. Thanks for the input guys!

 

GT

 

Those will cook plenty fast for you  thumb1.gif  Have fun with your smoke & make sure to take some pictures for us  smile.gif

post #13 of 20

Good luck! (and don't forget to take pics).

post #14 of 20

I have had great success without brining, rubbing or sitting, just a little SPOG and let the meat and smoke flavor speak for itself.

post #15 of 20
Thread Starter 

OK guys! Here's the result!!!

 

Everything was on the quick...

 

8 chicken quarters

Marinated in Apple Cider Vinegar for 3 hours.

Rubbed with McCormick Apple Wood Rub (I know store bought, but I had to use what I had to use)

Sit in Fridge for one hour.

On the smoker (apple wood chunks) at 4:30. Temp holding steady at 230-35.

First beer.

Spritzed with apple juice at 45:00 minutes

Second beer.

Again after an hour and half.

Third beer.

Went in to check internal temps after two hours...ranging 172-180 internal temp!

Off the smoker!

 

Ready to eat!!!! Fourth and maybe fifth beer coming!

 

post #16 of 20

Looks great.yahoo.gif

post #17 of 20
Boy oh boy , they look incredible. Good choice.
Edited by GONE4NC - 8/10/13 at 3:45am
post #18 of 20
Great looking quarters!
post #19 of 20

looks great! Have a beer for me....or maybe I'm having one now for you! icon_confused.gif Enjoy  beercheer.gif

post #20 of 20

Looks-Great.gif

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