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Today's smoke with Qview

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All in all a good smoke. 2 yardbirds on Pepsi cans, some pork steak, and my first run at twice smoked potatoes and smoked stuffed peppers. I used the Rotel tomatoes with chilies in my stuffing mix. Might be a tad spicy for some but I liked it.

Sorry the lighting for the pics is a bit off.
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Domerskee , hello . You meal looks wonderful. Good job. :drool

 

Keep it up and send more Q-view . and the recipe for your Bell Peppers .

 

Have fun and  .  .  .

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Smoked stuffed peppers!!!! Will have to be creative and try that one, thanks!!! Looks Great!!! icon14.gif
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I always forget how awesome smoked vegetables are. This reminded me.

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Edited by briancphy - 9/1/14 at 6:54am
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For the peppers I combined some info from posts here with my own interpretations. After removing the centers I put them in the smoker upside down for about 10 minutes. This seems to have worked well as. The peppers did carry some smoke flavor. The stuffing was rice, browned sausage, Rotel tomatoes with chilies, some garlic and onion powders, and shredded cheese.

I should have also mentioned that I used the sausage in my taters too. My daughter is not fond of bacon (I tried to raise her right biggrin.gif). It turned out very good.

I am learning just how good smoked veggies are. I'm thinking big slices of zucchini and yellow squash with just a bit of olive oil and seasoning will be one of my next attempts.
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