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Cub Scout Family Camp and 1st Annual Cook-Off

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So this past weekend we had our Annual Cub Scout Family Camp and 1st Annual cook-off between myself and another Scout parent who smokes...

I graciously let him pick what he wanted to cook 1st with the understanding that we would not duplicate protiens.

I ended up doing 3 racks of BB's and a couple Boneless Pork Butts that I pulled. I also did a D/O Peach Cobbler...

After my last Butt Smoke I was anticipating ~14hrs worth of cook time maybe longer as it was supposed to get quite cold Fri. night.. Dinner was at 6 so I tossed my Butts in at around 2:30am to allow enough time for cooking/resting and time to get it all pulled before 18 hungry Scouts and their familes descended on our campsite.

The other father did a cross rib roast, Brisket and some chicken....

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The Ribs all rised and ready to get rubbed down. I thought I had a couple shots of them rubbed prior to going into the plastic wrap but can't find them.

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One Butt rubbed in Ron's Hint of Houston.... OBTW Ron I'm gonna be tossing another order in next week I'm down to the last of that 5lb'r I got from you.

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The other butt rubbed up in Kirklands Sweet Mesquite... I really like the way these two rubs go together when pulled and mixed together with a little apple cider and my Cherry/Chipotle sauce.

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All rubbed up on Thurs. night and into the fridge for some marinating love until late Fri. night/Sat. morning.

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Yours truly can't remember what I was cooking on the camp stove might have been brats as this was before I fired the smoker up.

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6pm give or take a couple minutes.. Table is set with lots of goodness.. Couple Pasta Salads, lots of fruit, all the proteins.. was quite a spread.

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The Meat....Left to Right...
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D/O has Beef Cross Rib Roast and Brisket cooked for about 6 1/2 hours over mesquite in a Charbroil...
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Pan full of pulled pork and BB's... Total cook time was right at 14hrs over Hickory....
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Close up of the BB's
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Chicken cooked with the beef over mesquite.

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And for dessert D/O Peach Cobbler smoked over Cherry wood. There were actually a couple people that were scrapping the bottom of the D/O to get that last pieces of cobbler out of it.

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Can I just say not having a delete post button SUCKS

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Can I just say not having a delete post button SUCKS


I deleted the post for you. Remember to just use the edit option next time.

 

 

On another note those are some lucky cub scouts. Everything looks great.

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Thanks for cleaning up my mess Mudd.. Was my first post on the new forums.. I'm a little wiser now..

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That's some mighty nice looking grub! When my parents moved our family to Oregon when I was a baby, our first place was in Hillsboro. We ended up in Cannon Beach for twelve years before moving back to MN. I've been back to Oregon a couple of times. My brother will be visiting friends there this summer. Hopefully, I will get back there some time soon. I was a Scoutmaster for lots of years. Scouting is a lot of fun. This spring, several of our Scouts finished first and second in a dutch oven competition sponsored by our council.  Hmmm, Oregon and Scouting?  Gunner, you're a good man!  Thanx for sharing the qview.

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