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post #41 of 48

I am doing chicken courdon bleu fatties tonight for christmas eve. My darn sister insists on doing the prime rib in the oven tomorrow dang it.

post #42 of 48

Bacon wrapped everything Can't beat that.  Get up before she does and slide it on the smoker

 

Merry Christmas

 

Gary

post #43 of 48

I am smoking a Ham right now, and then later will do the filling too. 

post #44 of 48
I am doing a 16 pound country ham.
post #45 of 48
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Originally Posted by timberjet View Post
 

I am doing chicken courdon bleu fatties tonight for christmas eve. My darn sister insists on doing the prime rib in the oven tomorrow dang it.

Get an AMPS and throw in the oven:biggrin:

post #46 of 48
Not allowed to Smoke the Christmas Turkey, but I did manage to smoke some Belly Pork.

225'f for 6 hours then under the grill to get the crackling. Some reason it's not allowing me to upload any photos?

Mouth watering, had more compliments about the Belly Pork than the Turkey that was Sousvide with Butter and Orange Zest.

Smokin Monkey 🇬🇧
post #47 of 48

Did a small smoke for Christmas.  Mac & Cheese,  ham steaks, beef ribs (just 3 bones) and some sweet 'taters.  Deep fried the turkey.  Dressing, gravy, homemade rolls, greens.  FOOD COMA!!! 

Used charcoal and peach wood chunks.

 

Love this Peoria Backyard Cooker.  Hmmmmm, what's for dessert?

 

 

post #48 of 48
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Originally Posted by gary s View Post
 

Bacon wrapped everything Can't beat that.  Get up before she does and slide it on the smoker

 

Merry Christmas

 

Gary

I sure wish I could have gary, as I predicted she turned a 19 pound thing of beauty into shoe leather.

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