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Beef/Pork/Mac & Cheese

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I haven't got to smoke anything in a while and I couldn't contain my excitement. I smoked an 8 lb beef clod with a simple salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder rub. While at it I put in a 10 lb bone-in pork butt. I use Country Head on pretty much every pork butt. The final smoke was a mac & cheese recipe I feel I have perfected. It is the first time for the just salt and pepper and it turned out better than I hoped. Everything was smoked with mesquite. I love my Cookshack.  

 

Pulled beef

 

 

Mac & Cheese

 

 

Pork

 

 

Pulled Pork

 

Beef Clod

 

Beef & Pork in the Cookshack


Edited by sethhpu - 7/13/14 at 7:45pm
post #2 of 7
Nice smoke, looks great ! icon14.gif
post #3 of 7
May I ask what the mac and cheese recipe is? I made some this weekend in my smoker and had a five year old tell me it was gross. I tried to play it off as that he was used the box kind, but would like to try some new recipes.

Thanks
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Just sent you a PM CycloneFan.

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Originally Posted by CycloneFan View Post

May I ask what the mac and cheese recipe is? I made some this weekend in my smoker and had a five year old tell me it was gross. I tried to play it off as that he was used the box kind, but would like to try some new recipes.

Thanks

 

LMAO! Man that sucks having a 5 year old telling you he does not like your Mac & Cheese! I feel for you....

 

Would love to view the recipe too.

 

Nice smoke Seth!

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Here is the base recipe. As I told Cyclone Fan this is my base. I add different cheeses at times and more cheese as well. http://www.dadgumthatsgood.com/?p=1649

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Originally Posted by sethhpu View Post
 

Here is the base recipe. As I told Cyclone Fan this is my base. I add different cheeses at times and more cheese as well. http://www.dadgumthatsgood.com/?p=1649

 

Awesome, thanks!

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