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Rainy Sunday smoke w/qview

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Picked up some meat to smoke for the week and got a little bit of a late start. Smoked a 4lb boston butt, whole chicken, and abt's. Did the pork and chicken as usual, but changed up the popperS from the boring cream cheese and shredded sharp cheddar. This time I added grub rub, salt lick rub, smoked paprika, and onion powder to the softened cream cheese before adding the shredded cheese. Then, after wrapping in bacon, I sprinkled moreally grub rub (brown sugar based) and salt lick rub on top. It was way better than I was hoping. Really good.

post #2 of 13

Looks DELICIOUS!!!!

 

:drool:

 

What exactly are the abts?  I see their bacon wrapped something.  Looking for some new things to smoke.  I've been doing a lot of butts so far this summer, and those look like they would hit the spot.

post #3 of 13

Fine looking cook.    Thumbs Up

post #4 of 13

Looks fantastic, nice looking poppers!

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Looks DELICIOUS!!!!

 

:drool:

 

What exactly are the abts?  I see their bacon wrapped something.  Looking for some new things to smoke.  I've been doing a lot of butts so far this summer, and those look like they would hit the spot.

 

They are a halved jalapeno scooped out and stuffed then wrapped in bacon.  You can stuff them with anything you desire.

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Originally Posted by dwolfpak View Post

Looks DELICIOUS!!!!

drool.gif:

What exactly are the abts?  I see their bacon wrapped something.  Looking for some new things to smoke.  I've been doing a lot of butts so far this summer, and those look like they would hit the spot.

Like yotzee said.. bacon wrapped jalapenos. Also known as Atomic Buffalo Turds. Lol. I listed above what are in mine, but also like to add pulled pork and other goodies in the cheese. And thanks!
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Fine looking cook.    icon14.gif

Thanks farmer!
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Originally Posted by knifebld View Post

Looks fantastic, nice looking poppers!

Thanks! They were great while I was waiting on the meat to cook.
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Thanks! They were great while I was waiting on the meat to cook.


Great looking cook texasgal! I like to always put something on that finishes quickly for a little pitmasters snack. Another good one are brats, you can usually find a little room around the main course for these snacks.

post #10 of 13
How long do you smoke those for?
post #11 of 13
That all sure looks good tg81, from the looks of it ya had a great day of smokin ! icon14.gif
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How long do you smoke those for?

I did them for about two hours and then in the oven on broil for a few minutes to really crisp up the bacon.
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That all sure looks good tg81, from the looks of it ya had a great day of smokin ! icon14.gif

Thanks! It all turned out good! Definitely leftovers for the week.
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Great looking cook texasgal! I like to always put something on that finishes quickly for a little pitmasters snack. Another good one are brats, you can usually find a little room around the main course for these snacks.

Thanks Badmoon. I'm not a big brat eater, but good idea if I have other mouths to feed!
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