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Preparing for the beast feast with alot of Q

post #1 of 21
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Ok go grab a drink a new beer cause you'll be here for a while I hope.... Ok the wife has volunteered me for this Beast Feast thingy. So we are donation 3 butts (34lbs) and then smoking all the meat and luckly they want it all pulled. So the smoking started on saturday last weekend and then finished this weekend both saturday an sunday. Oh yea let's throw in a Birthday for our youngest daughter 23 yrs old and wants Grampie's wingsSo here we go with the 3 domestic pig.

In the smoker and almost ready for the foiling and then out of the smoker.
About 22lbs of domestic pulled pork ready for the freezer 2/6/10

Now sat. 2/13/10 the wild hog (the first time I have seen one) a couple of butts and a couple of shoulders. We are rubbed with the C'untry boy rub and wrap for the night.

After a several hours and ready for the foiling and alittle spritzing with apple juice and some cidar vinagar. They were hanging at about 168°-170°

We be out at about 200°- 205° I think these are some small hogs judging by the size of the hams. I gonna use some of the juices for moisture during the freezing.
Now we are onto sunday morning and ready for the smoker theses are rubbed with some Old Bay rub and rested over night. We are using some apple chunks with some mesquite throw in for some real smokey flavor. How do you like the thermo meter farm ready for the challenge in store.

Now we have the shoulder foiled and the butts are geting there so I thought I would throw in some of the tender loins along with everything heck I saw some room and ran with it.

One of the larger hams goes for the foiling with a little bath of the spritz

Some of the hams pulled the bones came out pretty darn cleanly.

Oh did I tell you I'm an artist too.....Ok maybe noThis is my bone sculpture closeup

Oh yea you didn't forget the Birthday Girl she wants grampie's wings with
"the sauce" and I threw in the ABT's with some cream cheese, green onions, some bacon bits, gorgazola blue cheese (yum) and the little smokeys with a good wrap. Sorry no Qview of the wings this is however a smoking site

Going in up..... Done down.....

Now the bussiness end of the outdoor kitchen. It's kinda hard to see but all the the grills/smokers are going at full smoke and speed.

Well the daughter and the family loved everything they got to eat and I will see next weekend how the pulled pork goes over at the Beast Feast. Now I think I'm gonna use a mustard based sauce with the domestic PP and maybe a sweet sauce on the wild hog?? If you have any advice let me know cause I still have time to change things. But thanks for looking at everything and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did, do, and will.
post #2 of 21

looks good

Sorry I have no advice for the wild hog but it looks very good.
Food artist yes but the bone sculpture needs some work. lolpoints.gif
post #3 of 21
Mark it looks like you've been busy and it all looks great PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif My suggestion on the sauces would be to serve them on the side some will like the mustard base while others will prefer the more traditional red sauces
post #4 of 21
Ok, I'm suing you for water damage to my computer. I drooled so much that I flooded my laptop! Seriously, that is one amazing spread that I wish I was there for! points.gif
post #5 of 21
Looks Great Mark...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #6 of 21
It all looks great my friend!
post #7 of 21
Everything looks great. Nice job! PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #8 of 21
Looks good to me!
post #9 of 21
nice work as always mark. id eat any of those items fo' sure. PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #10 of 21
Wow Mark !!! I thought i smelled u smoking on the northside !! Great job !icon_mrgreen.gifPDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #11 of 21
Wow you did great and it all looked good, Hope the whiskey I grabed instead of a beer was ok lol
post #12 of 21
Looks great Mark, wish I was there to help put some of that away.

especially that ham points.gif
post #13 of 21
I think I can make it to florida by the weekend! I'll bring the cheese!PDT_Armataz_01_12.gif
Great Job!points.gif

post #14 of 21
Looks like a heck of a feast brewing. Quite inspiring. points.gif
post #15 of 21
Wow Mark you've been busy! I'm with Piney about the sauces, serve both on the side and let them choose. Thanks for sharing the Q-view, it all looks great!
post #16 of 21
Looks good!!
post #17 of 21
Great job Mark -- thanks for posting this awesome Qview. It looks like iit will be a wonderful feast!!

I love your porch!!!!

post #18 of 21

Great Job

I can only aspire to cook that much, that well. That was a great job done well, Grampie. PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #19 of 21
Hey Mark give that Cherry/Chipotle sauce I posted up a shot I think it would be fabulous with that Wild Pig... If it's a hit (I know it was at my place) I want props...
post #20 of 21
What he said. You are one dedicated guy, Mark. One heck of a smoke.
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