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Mahogany Shoulder Bacon from Father's Day

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Fathers day was busy, lots a work ta do an a big smoke.  Did some shoulder bacon as part a it.

 

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This is one a Hillbilly Vittles best sellers, the recipe is bout as close ta grandpa's as I can get.  It's really good stuff an a big hit fer breakfest to!

post #2 of 15

Great color on them bacons Tip,  I bet they taste evern better then they look.

post #3 of 15

Looks perfect Tip!

 

Are you gonna sell them whole, or do we get the pleasure of seeing some slices?

 

That's gotta be drool city!

 

 

Bear

post #4 of 15
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These er gonna get sliced.  I'll snap a shot er two.

post #5 of 15

Awesome looking shoulder bacon Tip!!

 

Todd

 

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That looks absolutely delicious!  Fantastic color.  Is it a standard cure & smoke of pork shoulder?  I just started making bacon (slicing my second batch tonight), and it's been great.  Not sure I can buy store bought anymore.  I'd like to give something like this a shot!

 

Thanks for posting Tip!

post #7 of 15

Looks awesome Tip I look forward to the sliced pics!!

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Looks awesome Tip I look forward to the sliced pics!!


ohe yeah waht he said^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 

post #9 of 15

Now your should bacon looks fabulous and I also can't wait for the sliced pics too. I should do like butt bacon or should is good too but I haven't tried it with a shoulder yet....What is the recipe for your bacon I'm sure you don't make it from a kit. Like I do

post #10 of 15

as usual from you, mighty fine smoked vittles!

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Ok, here be the sliced pics, I did the pepperoni rolls as well:

 

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Originally Posted by JAK757 View Post

That looks absolutely delicious!  Fantastic color.  Is it a standard cure & smoke of pork shoulder?  I just started making bacon (slicing my second batch tonight), and it's been great.  Not sure I can buy store bought anymore.  I'd like to give something like this a shot!

 

Thanks for posting Tip!


Well, it ain't a standard cure, It has several ingredients in it ya won't find in a basic bacon cure, I been workin on it fer quite a spell, tryin ta make one like my grandpa's.  It is bout as close as I can get.  There be several good shoulder bacon cures out there an make a fine bacon at that.  I never liked the kits I tried, was to much salt in em fer my likin.
 

post #13 of 15

wow, awesome job

post #14 of 15

that looks beautiful Tip.

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Well, it ain't a standard cure, It has several ingredients in it ya won't find in a basic bacon cure, I been workin on it fer quite a spell, tryin ta make one like my grandpa's.  It is bout as close as I can get.  There be several good shoulder bacon cures out there an make a fine bacon at that.  I never liked the kits I tried, was to much salt in em fer my likin.
 


That looks so freakin' GREAT!

Thanks for comin' back with the sliced pics.

 

I'm also glad to hear I'm not alone. I find Hi Mt Cure to be way too salty.

I like my simple cure & seasoning much better. You don't know how much of what is in those pre-mixed cures.

 

Thanks again,

Bear

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