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Re: ABT's (Atomic Buffalo Turds)

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Welcome, Cat!

Even a inexpensive Brinkman Bullet Smoker can get you started. We call them ECB's. Heck, that's where most of us got our 1st taste of smoke.

The obsession on the other hand can be quite powefull if you love to cook and enjoy smoked meat! But, hey, that's why we're here..........to INDULDGE your new obsession!!!!!


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Well, I've made these in the oven and we LOVE them. But smoked.... :shock:

Now I gotta try these.... :D
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They are the Hit of any gathering and can be stuffed with a multitude of items. And you're right..................smoking them makes ALL the difference in the world.

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Thanks for the link to IDOS Dutch! I've also gotten into dutch oven cooking in the past few years. Unfortunatelly, there arent any local comptitions that I've found locally. Most of the ones I've found have been on the other side of the Appalachains :( ! Facinating subject that eventually led me here :D ! Good luck with your comps. this year!! Daun
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hey guys I found a pretty decent deal on a simple grill at target online...can't seem to get them in the local store, but online they call it a chili roasta....and it right now is less then 14 bucks for one that does a dozen......I ordered two myself..... :oops:
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Since I heat my cabin primarily with a wood stove my Dutch ovens are in use year round. Don't compete, just cook for my own pleasure and that of my guests.

And as for ABT's, well there are just not enough smoking days to cover all the possible combinations one can concoct to stuff those little delights with!

Anybody got a really strange combination that turned out really good?

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Well, Mom was from NY and Dad was from NC so we didn't get much in the way of southern home cooking :oops: . Mom was an awesome cook but I didn't discover the joys of cast iron until I met my hubby and his cornbread skillet-YUM :D ! Haven't look back since :lol: .Daun
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No 'bout a doubt it!
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Best way to re-heat ABT's

So the wife made homemade chicken soup for supper, and I had a hankerin' for an appetizer. So I whipped up some ABT's and fired up the smoker for it's last smoke until my new firebox is mounted.
I stuffed them with cream cheese mixed with a bit of honey and some crumbled fattie from my last big smoke, and topped with the standard bacon.
I ate about a dozen myself and the kids found this batch a little hot for their likin'. The wife is "on a diet" (I guess she gained a pound over the holidays), so unlike the last time I made them, I had some left.
What's the best way to re-heat them?
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A quick ride on the microwave carousel is as good as any.
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Don't think they'll get soggy?
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i nuke ABT's and fatty slices all the time. taste good to me still.
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Gunny, just lay down a couple of layers of paper towels on the carousel, put the ABT's on top and cover with a single sheet of paper towel. If they are at room temp I nuke 'em between 30-45 seconds. If I have pulled them out of the 'fridge, then I'll nuke 'em for a minute and then check 'em again. I'll then nuke 'em for about 5 seconds at a time till they get to the 140* mark.
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Thanks guys. I am fixin' to nuke a couple now as a before bed snack.
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Has anyone ventured into the realm of HOT peppers? I know some japs can be hot, but we grow a couple wicked ones...icon_evil.gif
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SoFlaQuer made some habenero ABT's before, I think they were in this thread but maybe not.
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Yup, first post in this thread. rolleyes.gif
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Jeff........i know this is a old thread.......reviving it.......and you are not around much........but still would like your recipe for your stuffing

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I am planning on making these for NYE and was going to stuff with ground pork sausage and shredded cheese, topped with bacon.

My question is this...should I precook the sausage or can I stuff the pepper raw?

I assume it makes a difference on how long I smoke them too....
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