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First Try at BBB

post #1 of 7
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This weekend I gave it my first attempt at BBB and I think it turned out!  They wife even agreed that she would eat it after cooking up a couple test slices.  They have been in the fridge since Saturday afternoon resting but I just had to cut into it last night and try it.  If all goes well I plan on slicing and freezing them tonight.  I started out with 2 - 4# roast and cut them down into 4 slabs.  I tend let them cure for about 10 days before going to the smoker with some hickory.  Since this was my first time I actually created 4 different flavors.  I started with a base TQ cure recipe and went from there.  I have an original, cracked pepper, a spicier one and one with a maple syrup coating.   I ended up tying them as the meat kind of "separated" when I cut them down into the slab. 



Ready for the smoker


Just out of the smoker


A couple test slices

post #2 of 7

Looks good man!  thumb1.gif  Nice job with your first BBB  :beercheer:  I always have to have a supply of BBB on hand  :icon_mrgreen:

post #3 of 7

Nice BBB!



post #4 of 7
Nice. Something else I have to try.
post #5 of 7
Looks awesome ! icon14.gif
post #6 of 7
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A couple days late on posting this but here it is sliced, packaged and ready for the freezer.  With this being my first time trying this I wasn't sure of what to expect but it sure was delicious frying up a few pieces while slicing and packaging.  I will definately be doing this again soon as I only have 14 packages in the freezer.


post #7 of 7

Nice job, Porkchop! Looks like you're set, for awhile anyways! Enjoy!

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