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post #21 of 31
Disco,
Thank you for the link. Always looking for something new. Sauce sounds awesome gonna mix a batch up and will let you know. Saw the "HP sauce" and thought that was alot of Hot Pepper sauce lol. After reading closer I figured out it was a brand of steak sauce. That would have put a whole new spin on things.
post #22 of 31
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Disco,
Thank you for the link. Always looking for something new. Sauce sounds awesome gonna mix a batch up and will let you know. Saw the "HP sauce" and thought that was alot of Hot Pepper sauce lol. After reading closer I figured out it was a brand of steak sauce. That would have put a whole new spin on things.
I used Heinz 57 and it worked well...
post #23 of 31
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Disco,
Thank you for the link. Always looking for something new. Sauce sounds awesome gonna mix a batch up and will let you know. Saw the "HP sauce" and thought that was alot of Hot Pepper sauce lol. After reading closer I figured out it was a brand of steak sauce. That would have put a whole new spin on things.

That would have been an intense barbecue sauce for sure!

 

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Originally Posted by SmokeyMose View Post


I used Heinz 57 and it worked well...

You guys can't get HP sauce in your supermarkets down there?

 

Disco

post #24 of 31
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That would have been an intense barbecue sauce for sure!

You guys can't get HP sauce in your supermarkets down there?

Disco
Except from you, never heard of it....
post #25 of 31
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Except from you, never heard of it....

Too bad, it is a very good steak sauce and is common here in Canada. If you ever come up, pick up a bottle!

post #26 of 31
I've never heard of it before so I've never looked for it. Did a quick search and Walmart shows it by the case. Found a couple recipes to make my own. Will look around I'm kind of interested now.
post #27 of 31
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Originally Posted by stokensmoke View Post

I've never heard of it before so I've never looked for it. Did a quick search and Walmart shows it by the case. Found a couple recipes to make my own. Will look around I'm kind of interested now.

Good luck!

post #28 of 31

Trying this out tonite as a quick "while I have time" smoke.

 

Hope mine come out this good! :D

post #29 of 31

I think these came out pretty well, although the smoker did not come up to heat (210) before the meat hit 170.  Not sure my probe was correctly placed as when I used my thermopen, meat was at 158.

 

Used 1 oz cherry wood at temp 210F in SmokinIt 2D.

 

Covered pan in foil and stuck in 300 oven to finish.

 

post #30 of 31
These were very good. Meat temp was 200 when I got them from the oven. Good smoke flavor and very tender - I might try leaving them a bit longer and it would pull nicely..,
post #31 of 31
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These were very good. Meat temp was 200 when I got them from the oven. Good smoke flavor and very tender - I might try leaving them a bit longer and it would pull nicely..,

Nothing like simply cooked pork!

 

Disco

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