I'm sure this is done all the time, but it was totally new to me. I had a pork loin in the Lang this morning & had some splits sitting on the firebox warming them up.
They started to smoke & Judy says, "I wonder if you can cook on there". About 10 minutes later she comes out with a cast iron pan with potato's, & onions. She put some EVOO & butter in the pan too. I moved the splits & within just a couple of minutes the pan was sizzling away on the firebox. I'm thinking this is really cool! All of the possibilities, OH my!
Anyhow I really wasn't going to take any photos today, but I had to take one of the potato's cooking on the firebox.
Here we go.
The pan was getting so hot she put some foil on it to get the potato's to cook all the way through.
We were having rice with it too, this stuff is really good.
I moved the Lang to a different part of the yard. I think it likes it there.
Potato's are done. Just about the same time as the loin.
I didn't get any prep photo's of the loin, but I smoked it just like I always do. In a pan to 140 IT, with some broth in the pan.
Then rest it for 30 minutes.
They always come out juicy this way. After slicing I put the slices back in the pan with the juices.
Then on to a plate. The potato's turned out really good, and the rice went well with everything else.
Now I'm thinking I just picked up a nice brisket a couple of days ago & plan on smoking it this week.
I probably will start it around 3:00AM, so when the firebox gets good & hot I'm thinking bacon & eggs in a big cast iron skillet for breakfast.
Maybe get some pastrami out of the freezer for Reuben's for lunch. Or maybe pancakes for breakfast & grilled cheese for lunch. Or maybe a cheeseburger.
Wow my head is spinning!
Anyhow, thanks for looking guys!