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Hi all. I live in north Texas. I use an Oklahoma Joes Custom Deluxe, New Branfels Hondo Deluxe, BBQ GrillWare vertical gas fired and a home built rig for smokers. As far as grills, I  use the Coleman Road Trip, Weber Kettle, and a Small Kettle. I smoke a few time a week.  I like to smoke ribs ( Pork and Beef) , brisket, pork butt, roast, jerky, fish, and  anything in between. I even do veggies.  I look forward to meeting folks here and learning from others here.

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Welcome to SMF, Mokey. Glad to have you with us at SMF! Lots of neat ideas to tickle your fancy and challenge your skills.

 

Happy smokes to you!

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Welcome to the SMF forum, You came to the right place. Good people and good info.

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Howdy and welcome to the forum.

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Welcome to the SMF. Glad to have you here. Lots of good folks, great recipes and knowledge. Looking forward to your first qview.

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I never thought of smoking veggies! What kind of veggies do you smoke? Are they as good as smoked meat? I'm thinking of getting a smoker and if I could also smoke veggies, that would make it even more useful--and an easier "sell" to my husband!

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Quote:I love to do zucinni on the smoker. Mop it with garlic butter and turn it afew times. Corn is also a fav around here.  The kids like fruit done on smoke, just be careful with the wood type. Alder or pecan works well for fruit.    I smoked 2 batches of jerky today. One batch was ground chicken with apple sauce mixed in. It wont keep long, but the kids eat it like candy so its never here long.
Originally Posted by bogeoklein View Post

I never thought of smoking veggies! What kind of veggies do you smoke? Are they as good as smoked meat? I'm thinking of getting a smoker and if I could also smoke veggies, that would make it even more useful--and an easier "sell" to my husband!

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Welcome aboard!  Looking forward to some Qview!  

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Wow, Mokey, we love zucchini and corn, but I've never had it smoked--but I can imagine it tastes delicious. I guess I'll have to trust you on smoked fruit. I can't imagine that becoming a favorite around here.

 

Boge

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Welcome Mokey to SMF. You'll really like it here for there is some really good folks here that would just love to help you with anything you could ask for from recipes to just alaround good methods to do things. After all it only takes a want to learn need to get theses folks to help. So enjoy and Happy Smoking

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Welcome to the forum Mokey! Sounds like you got a good firm grasp on the process, can't wait to see what kind of new and tantilizing ideas you can share with us!

 

 

 

 


Bogeoklein - any veg you can cook on a stove you can smoke or grill. Zuchini, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, mushrooms, asparagus, ect., ect. One of my favorites is to cut some asparagus up, and chop some shrooms in half, then mix them together with some EVOO and kosher salt. Put 'em in a foil pan and toss them into the smoker for 2 hrs., just stir them every 30-45 minutes to keep the ones on top from drying out.

 

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Originally Posted by bogeoklein View Post

I never thought of smoking veggies! What kind of veggies do you smoke? Are they as good as smoked meat? I'm thinking of getting a smoker and if I could also smoke veggies, that would make it even more useful--and an easier "sell" to my husband!

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