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Abuncha burnt ends!!

post #1 of 12
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Just dodged another doozy of a storm last night here in ohio, so today is picture perfect for smokin!!

At work I have been trying to put out more packer briskets since I have been here at SMF. I figured there has to be some people out there looking for them so I might as well sell'em to em! What this does is creates a small problem at work. the briskets have a 10 day shelf life after we price them and put them out in the case. We leave them in the heavy vacum packaging and just lable. After the 10 days I take them out of the vacum pack and seperate the flat from the point, trim it up a bit ,then package for the meat case.It has 3 days to sell while its in the case. after that if it hasn't sold it goes into hamburger trim if it still looks good. if not it goes into trash.  The problem is what to do with all those points that I cut off???????I said it was a problem for the store,,,,its not a problem for me!!  I wrap them in plastic wrap and save them so I can make burnt ends!! I have made them once so far and WOW were they awesome! So thats what I'm upto on my day off.

ON TO QVIEW!!!   All coated with A-1 sauce then some of Jeffs rub on it .

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The drum is running nicely this morning!

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2 points and a flat into the drum for a long smokey nap!

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Nothing to do now but put the lid on and enjoy the smoke while I work on my honey-do-list.

More to come later.

SOB

post #2 of 12

Looking good so far.  Looking forward to see the results.

post #3 of 12
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2 hours in and setting perfect on the temp.

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One of my faithful helpers waites for her sample! Good dog!

 

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Be back later

SOB

post #4 of 12

Looking good, ready for 3rd addition...

 

Good looking doggies

post #5 of 12

Yum yum, that's some fine looking food in that drum!

 

Perfect plan you have there....save'em up and make a big-o-batch of burnt ends!

 

We got hit pretty hard with the storms yesterday here.  Did you feel the quake?  Our building was shaking and groaning for about 15-20 seconds.  Freaked people out.  

 

Can't wait to see the finished product!!

 

post #6 of 12

Everything looking great so far there Mark. I'll be checking back in with this one for sure. I just love the dogs.

post #7 of 12
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Yum yum, that's some fine looking food in that drum!

 

Perfect plan you have there....save'em up and make a big-o-batch of burnt ends!

 

We got hit pretty hard with the storms yesterday here.  Did you feel the quake?  Our building was shaking and groaning for about 15-20 seconds.  Freaked people out.  

 

Can't wait to see the finished product!!

 


Quake???? Noooo! Weird!

 

Well meat was on by 8am and pulling at 5pm to do the chopping and saucing.

 

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Now Back to the smoker to finish'em up!

SOB

 


 

post #8 of 12

I don't what I would want more, an endless supply of brisky points or a goose that lays golden eggs.

Nice job on those ends and a good lookin drum to boot. I was eyeballing your dog kennel too. I need to do something like that for my yellow lab. He's making a mess of my back yard..

post #9 of 12

nice...maybe thats what i should do...

post #10 of 12
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Heres the end product! Yummity Yum Yum Yum!!!

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They were great! Just the right amount of zing from the A-1 sauce.

Thanks for watching

SOB-QTV

post #11 of 12

As always, a nice spread!

post #12 of 12

Great job!!  BTW, Your dog is beautiful.  Now, if you ever need to, ship me some of them points as I can help you out.  (I need to do another brisket soon or I am gonna kill something.)

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