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wedding catering. 70lbs of smoked meat.

post #1 of 19
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i got the call earlier this year. a good friend of ours was getting married and would i please make some meat for the reception. how could i refuse a bride on her wedding day? i started first with 35 pounds of chicken wings.

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followed by 25 pounds of featherbones

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and 20 pounds of pork loin

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i used a new sauce that i have been working on. it has red wine, strawberry and grape jelly, balsamic vinegar, and real maple syrup. it has quite a bit of no-salt montreal steak seasoning in it. its slightly sticky and has a nice fruity and sweet flavor. i brushed it on the wings and the pork loin slices. its a nice alternative to my standard mahogany sauce that gets all over the place.

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all in all, it was a good smoke.

 

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 19

Hmm I can't see any of the pictures.

post #3 of 19
Me ether
post #4 of 19

Yup the pics are blanked out and I really want to see them

post #5 of 19



 

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Originally Posted by omahasmoker View Post

i got the call earlier this year. a good friend of ours was getting married and would i please make some meat for the reception. how could i refuse a bride on her wedding day? i started first with 35 pounds of chicken wings.

107.JPG

108.JPG

 

followed by 25 pounds of featherbones

109.JPG116.JPG

 

and 20 pounds of pork loin

117.JPG

118.JPG

 

i used a new sauce that i have been working on. it has red wine, strawberry and grape jelly, balsamic vinegar, and real maple syrup. it has quite a bit of no-salt montreal steak seasoning in it. its slightly sticky and has a nice fruity and sweet flavor. i brushed it on the wings and the pork loin slices. its a nice alternative to my standard mahogany sauce that gets all over the place.

IMG_0001.JPG

 

 

all in all, it was a good smoke.

 

 

 

 

 



Here's his pics.

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post #6 of 19

WOW that all looks great.

post #7 of 19

Looks Great...

 

I could really put a dent in those Feather Bones and Chicken Wings...

post #8 of 19

nice lookin wings!!

post #9 of 19
Thread Starter 

thanks. it was a bunch of work, but it was worth it. next time it will be easier. i should have my other electric smoker built and i should be able to do it all in one shot.

post #10 of 19
wings and riblets look amazing..what temp did you smoke em at and how long?
post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by smokinpooh View Post

wings and riblets look amazing..what temp did you smoke em at and how long?

This thread is 4 years old

post #12 of 19
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This thread is 4 years old
Didnt know it mattered
post #13 of 19
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Didnt know it mattered

 

It doesn't, just pointing out that you probably wont get an answer to your question on temp and time.  The poster hasn't been on since 2011

post #14 of 19
Ok thankx
post #15 of 19
Thread Starter 

i'm baaaack! i smoke my wings at 250 on the temp gauge. it hardly ever gets to 250 before the wings are done. 

post #16 of 19
Guess you never know whose lurking in the shadows!!!!
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by omahasmoker View Post
 

i'm baaaack! i smoke my wings at 250 on the temp gauge. it hardly ever gets to 250 before the wings are done. 

what a great site , a member comes back from ?? to answer questions !:icon_smile:

post #18 of 19

Happy Guest :drool:icon_exclaim: That's where it is . . .good show,thanks :biggrin:

post #19 of 19
How Did You Reheat Them For Wedding?
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