My entry!!! First q-views I have provided!
In hopes of achieving perfection I tried my hand with a pork shoulder this weekend. First Cooknfish fired up the smoker. Cowboy charcoal and hickory chuncks were used along with some pecan.
I think we might have gotten close to the right amount of smoke here.
The pork went in and after some time it adopted this beautiful look.
While it was working Mark and I worked on setting up some smoked stuff jalepeno's. Here we got the chiles in the smoker.
After some time passed it seemed as though the abt's were ready to come out of the smoker!
Here is another shot of them! My goodness they were tasty!!! Took longer to set them up then it did to eat them!
Upon reaching 190 we took the brisket out of the smoker and allowed it to rest. It was hard to resist the urge to slice right in.
After a rest I followed my urges and sliced right in. It was amazing how juicy the meat turned out. The bark was incredible. I was hungry!
Unfortunately this time the smoker was too full for the beans to go in there so I put them in the oven for a long cook. They came out incredible!
The meal assembled. Pork, Beans and grilled Corn on the cob!
A good bun and some bread and butter pickles finish out the plate. This shtuff was TASTY!
All in all a great day with great friends and great food!