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Memorial weekend smoke

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I know Memorial Day isn't about the bbqs and store sales. I made sure to add a special prayer and moment of silence for all our fallen heros that fought for all the freedoms we have in this great country. My unit and I were blessed when we were in Afghanistan. With such a crazy mission we had we didn't suffer any losses. 

Now with my freedom smoke q-views. 

Pork Spare ribs and Pork Loin

Pork Picnic Roast. I love the color on this on this one. I was only able to get it to IT 175* I had somewhere to go so I took it out of the smoker and wrapped it for a rest. It didn't pull as easily as I would have liked but was still amazing.

Deer back strap. I never smoked Deer before but wanted to try it out. I soaked it in a brine overnight then rubbed it down. Smoked it to 145* then on to a rest. It was tender, moist and very flavorful. 

Another slab of ribs finished off with my Jalapeno bbq sauce made with pork drippings.

5# pork loin. This was my first loin. I pulled it at 155*. I wanted to pull it a little earlier but was cooking for the "is it done yet crowd" I'm sure everyone knows that crowd. It still came out delicious though. 

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That looks real tasty man ! And Thank You for your service !
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A1414, Looks like an excellent meal !

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Great stuff!!!!! Thank you for serving our wonderful country!!! Reinhard

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Thank you for your time in Service to our Country . Proud to have Heros like you.PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif


Very nice looking cook . Like the looks of your Loin and that Backstrap , Mmmmm.:drool Ribs look delicious and how about your Jalapeno sauce recipe :icon_question:thumb1.gif


Have fun and . . .

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