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Hawaiian style smoked meat

post #1 of 16
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A friend at work asked if I could smoke some Hawaiian style smoked meat, we just call it smoke meat here. I told him that he had to butcher and marinate it and that I would smoke it.

This dish is basically teriyaki pork with some spice.

I decide to go with the 22.5 WSM with KBB and kiawe for the flavor wood.

Starting the chimney:

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I figure since this is going to be a smoke that's only gonna go a little over three hours and I didn't want to fill up the charcoal basket and have a TON of charcoal leftover I put my mini charcoal basket inside the WSM basket and fill the two outside edges wit unlit coals and poured half a chimney into the middle.

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I had to make a run downtown while this was going and returning home this guy was hanging out on my cattle gate.

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So after a couple of hours I move the meat that was on the outside of the grill into the center and the stuff from the center to the outside. Note: the dude totally cut this wrong!!! (I'll edit in a pic of a previous smoke I did with it cut correctly).

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After three hours of smoke it's time to Carmelize them up for the final coupe deville... Err, coup de grace. Took the middle section out and put the grill right on the charcoal basket.

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The temps stayed right at 225 for the entire smoke and I still had over half the charcoal left after three hours.

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Cooling and gonna get bagged. I have gave my youngest a couple of pieces for dinner and she said it was the "best ever..."










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post #2 of 16
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Oops, missed the last photo!

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post #3 of 16

nice job...lovin' the lizard......Willie

post #4 of 16
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Originally Posted by Chef Willie View Post

nice job...lovin' the lizard......Willie

Thanks chef!

I've never seen a Jackson chameleon on my property before! They are way cool... The smoked meat was ono!!!
post #5 of 16
Cute chameleon. I guess his colour palette does not include metallic grey or rusty brown :-)

What cut of pork was this? Looks delicious.
post #6 of 16

The pork looks great...I'll bet it was delicious!  Very nicely done!  That reptile looks like a miniature version of a monster out of an alien horror movie!  :biggrin:

 

Red

post #7 of 16
Looks great! I've seen a lot of smokes lately with kiawe wood. Not available around here. Nice pics,thanks for posting, David.
post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by atomicsmoke View Post

Cute chameleon. I guess his colour palette does not include metallic grey or rusty brown :-)

What cut of pork was this? Looks delicious.

This is usually made with pork butt.

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Originally Posted by SeenRed View Post

The pork looks great...I'll bet it was delicious!  Very nicely done!  That reptile looks like a miniature version of a monster out of an alien horror movie!  biggrin.gif

Red

They are very unique! Thanks Red.

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Originally Posted by Sota D View Post

Looks great! I've seen a lot of smokes lately with kiawe wood. Not available around here. Nice pics,thanks for posting, David.

Thanks David! Kiawe is the primary smoke wood here. I also use guava and ohia sometimes as well.
post #9 of 16

WRB, Nice looking pork and a great post, that's a weird little reptile !:points:

post #10 of 16
Looks awesome. Great cook.
post #11 of 16
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I did this batch a while ago...



This is the same thing but char siu style:



These were done in my old weber kettle. I'm still using that same aluminum pan!

Edit: char siu! Not sui... I don't know if that's dyslexia or that I dated a Chinese girl named How Sui before!
Edited by Welshrarebit - 4/23/15 at 2:19am
post #12 of 16
Not sure how I missed this Woody, nice smoke man ! icon14.gif

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post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by CrazyMoon View Post

WRB, Nice looking pork and a great post, that's a weird little reptile !points.gif

Thank you! This is something we serve here at party's and special occasions! Christmas eve dinner at work one of my coworkers brought some in for us. The batch I did previously was taken to work and shared with my coworkers for my b-day...

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Looks awesome. Great cook.

Thanks Adam!

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Not sure how I missed this Woody, nice smoke man ! icon14.gif

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Thanks Justin!
post #14 of 16

Welshrarebit I am still amazed at the color that wood gives the meat. Nice job.

:points:

post #15 of 16

Nice smoke. How did the lizard taste? :laugh1:

post #16 of 16

Well done!

 

Disco

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