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post #21 of 42
Thread Starter 

Just had to sneak a peek. The mix of apple and hickory smoke smells so good. I'm going to pull one and make pork burnt ends with the other one using Jeff's method. But they still have a few hours to go. Time to prep the ABT`s

 

 

 

Ted

post #22 of 42

Looking good! Love that bark! And I love me some ABTs.

post #23 of 42
Did someone say burnt ends?!drool.gif
post #24 of 42
Thread Starter 

Well everything turned out great. Jeff`s recipe for the pork burnt ends was a big hit with me and the kids will be doing that one again for sure. Loved using the AMNPS for the first time almost 12 hours of wonderful TBS.

post #25 of 42
That almost looks too good to eat! Almost! Beautiful pics of great lookingfood! Great job, thanks for posting, David.
post #26 of 42
Thread Starter 

Thanks Sota D All was great. 

post #27 of 42

Nice Job  Looks mighty Fine   points1.png

 

 

Gary

post #28 of 42

Ok, I'll bite.....care to give the recipe for your rub?

post #29 of 42
I'm glad someone asked, I was wondering about that too!
post #30 of 42
Thread Starter 
Sure no problem. Ill send it to ya sometime in the next few days.
post #31 of 42
Nice job this weekend. That's a great looking meal!
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-Ryan
post #32 of 42
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Originally Posted by Goensouth View Post

Sure no problem. Ill send it to ya sometime in the next few days.
Thanks, delicious looking chow and an excellent job with the Qview! Thanks for posting it, David.
post #33 of 42

Excellent job and pictures!

 

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post #34 of 42

Yeah , can I have a copy of that Rub?

post #35 of 42

A few more details please.  Location of the AMZNPS, vent position, and chip loader in or out or up or down or ?????  Reason I ask is I've been having trouble keeping my AMZNPS burning in my MES 30.  Thanks in advance.

post #36 of 42
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by shaggy91954 View Post

A few more details please.  Location of the AMZNPS, vent position, and chip loader in or out or up or down or ?????  Reason I ask is I've been having trouble keeping my AMZNPS burning in my MES 30.  Thanks in advance.
I have a Gen 2 40 MES.I placed the AMNZPS over the water pan slot on the sloted drip pan placed the water pan under the AMNZPS with no water to catch drippings place a foil tent over the AMNZPS to prevent dipping from getting into AMNZPS.Pulled the chip pan out about 2 inches and the chip loader pulled out almost all the way make sure the 3 holes in the end of the chip loader are not clogged.I was thing of just finding A damper vent to install over the chip loader. I also left the top vent almost wide open. Hope this helps sorry for any typos I'm on my phone.

Ted
post #37 of 42
Thread Starter 
Guys I'll send ya the rub recipe next week my Father in law passed away and we are out of town for a week.
Happy Smoking

Ted.
post #38 of 42
Hey Ted
Great looking Q. I was also interested in the rub (real glad someone asked so I didn't have to. LOL)
Gary
post #39 of 42
Thread Starter 
Thanks Gary when I get back in town I'll post it. My recipe index cards are at the house.

Ted
post #40 of 42
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Originally Posted by Goensouth View Post

Guys I'll send ya the rub recipe next week my Father in law passed away and we are out of town for a week.
Happy Smoking

Ted.

Sorry to hear that! Take care of your family...we can wait! Your smoke looks great BTW...very tasty looking!

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