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Onion, garlic, mustard musroom and swiss

post #1 of 8
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Now if the title didnt get your attention divert your eyes to the pics

ok I figured you were all getting hungry again, I know I was. So what better way to cure your hunger than with a little adventure with me?

So this little adventure was spurred by a cooking show. This dumb chick was making turkey breasts with stone ground mustard smothered on the top, then she proceeded to put them in the oven at 400 for like 2 hours i think. So i though, wow way to butch that. She cuts into and says "look how juicy this is" camera zooms in and its dry as a bone.... So i said to myself I am going to turn that into something MUCH better.

Started off with vidalia onion, shrooms and garlic.

into the pan

prepped the 'side' onion with butter and steak seasoning


My buddy decided to do a Dr. pepper bbq breast and a raspberry breast

goodies cooked down

I put a layer of foil down and tossed on the goodies and i did that at about 160 internal temp

My buddies stuff out

The raspberry one was really good, tasted like awesome smoked chicken with raspberries lol

The onion out

awesome BTW!


Everything was cooked at 250 with hickory and cherry and was pulled @ 180 internal temp the onion was put on when I foiled and did the goodies at 160 internal temps, also when i foiled and added the raspberries. oh and the swiss was thrown on 5 mins before i pulled it.

Well thats it guys, if you aren't drooling by now go see your doctor right now, cuz this was the best thing I have done so far!
post #2 of 8
What the hell kind of nonsense is THAT!!!! eek.gif Extremely awesome looking smoke and instead of drooling, I've gone straight to biting my lower lip off ... POINTS!!
post #3 of 8
I don't really know what to say Benjamin.
I almost wet my pants that looked so good.
I hurt my head trying to climb through the monitor!

Excellent work. And a great story to go along with it. It's great you took some mediocre t.v show dish and turned it into a piece of smoked goodness.
What's with the Dr. Pepper BBQ? That's the first time I've ever seen that.
Oh, points, obviously.
post #4 of 8
Benjamin, I think your post is officially causing bodily harm and humiliation. FIU is almost messing in his pants and I'm eating my lip ... PDT_Armataz_01_05.gif
post #5 of 8
Nice!! Looks delicious!!
post #6 of 8
After what everyone else is going through, I think I'll just say "what a great looking smoke!". I'll be doing a couple of onions like that this weekend. PDT_Armataz_01_23.gif
post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 
well the Dr. pepper bbq is sold at a local rub shop near to me, that has all sorts of rubs and spices. To be honest this is our second bottle of bbq from dr pepper and I will be the first to say I think we were had on a gimmick. The sauce didnt taste a thing like Dr.P except when you dipped your finger in to taste it then it kind of did, but once you cook it the flavor is lost.
post #8 of 8
Outstanding smoke! Very nicely done and could almost taste it from here. Anything with swiss on it is good! Points for creativity and deliciousness. points.gif
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