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post #21 of 31

That looks really good!

post #22 of 31

Looks awesome. Just how I like mine.

post #23 of 31

Looks fantastic. :drool: What wood did you use for the smoke?

post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by FBI Van Outside View Post
 

Looks fantastic. :drool: What wood did you use for the smoke?

I used the pit master blend from A-maze-n in my AMNPS. I really like the flavor and have being using that blend a lot lately.

post #25 of 31

I've got that one ,  Haven't used it yet

 

gary

post #26 of 31
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I know this is from awhile ago, but I just found it. That looks amazing!!! All of the meals you make have me drooling on my keyboard! They also sound so fancy: medium rare smoked prime rib served with "horseradish sauce, potatoes au gratin, and roasted balsamic brussel sprouts." Like a resturant description! :points:

post #27 of 31
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Originally Posted by 4PoGo7 View Post
 

I know this is from awhile ago, but I just found it. That looks amazing!!! All of the meals you make have me drooling on my keyboard! They also sound so fancy: medium rare smoked prime rib served with "horseradish sauce, potatoes au gratin, and roasted balsamic brussel sprouts." Like a resturant description! :points:

Thanks! I quickly learned once I was out on my own that eating at restaurants get expensive so I just learned how to cook that way at home. I'm sure my wife would say we don't save any money with all the equipment I buy but I still like to think we are ahead of the game. 

post #28 of 31

Yeah, well... That looks amazing.

post #29 of 31

@bmaddox have you ever tried this with venison? Wondering if you can get similar results from a nice cut of deer meat!

post #30 of 31
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I have not tried it with venison. I am not sure what venison cut would match up with prime rib (I guess the backstrap but with the bones intact). I don't think you would get the same result with backstrap as it has zero fat. 

post #31 of 31

I was thinking the backstrap too. I suppose you are right since about the fat. Darn beef fat making food so delicious! lol

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