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2nd pork butt & baby backs

post #1 of 13
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Ok, I'm still figuring out the Qview, so this may be a little sketchy, but I'm posting this for practice.  I had a 6.44# bone-in butt and  a couple rack of bb's. 


Just a dry rub, over gulden's mustard, I usually brine my pork but decided to try it without.  This is Jeff's rub.092209_0012-Copy3.jpg

The ribs-top one got Jeff's rub, the bottom one my usual rub, which has more spice & herbs.  All 3 were rubbed the day before.  I'm using a used CS Smokette, after years of improvising w/ an OLD propane grill and a weber kettle.Per CS I don't preheat the smoker, set it to 225, and used 3 oz of apple chips; I would use 4 next time.


2 hours - time to foil.  Mixture of 1/4 cup each Jumex peach nectar and Maker's Mark in each packet. Went 2-1.25-1. such a nice day, I'm bbq-ing barefoot (this was mid-sept).



The butt hit 160 at about 4-1/2 hrs, got foiled. I was doing a rotating batch, after the ribs came off after about 5 hours, some beer-soaked brats went on for 1-1/2 hrs, they came off and a batch of beans went on. Kind of a hybrid recipe of part of Dutch's and my Gramma's.  I had bush maple beans, so it was already kind of sweet so I skipped the pineapple; added a bunch of cooked bacon bits, 1/2 a big chopped onion sauteed just a bit in the bacon fat for more flavor, some chopped green pepper, ketchup, brown sugar with cider vinegar added, black pepper, and gulden's.


a first look at the innards


what happened to the leftovers - enchiladas verdes: a large can of green Las Palmas sauce, about 3 cups of the shredded pork; 1/2 chopped sweet yellow onion; 1/4 of a lg. green pepper, chopped; 1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro; dried oregano, garlic powder, salt, pepper, cumin, old bay; 1/2 # of cubed fresh mozz. (didn't have queso fresco or cotija on hand). topped w/ rest of sauce and grated cheddar into 350 oven til bubbly and melty.  Served w/ refries and a slaw of finely sliced cabbage mixed w/ salt, pepper, cumin, dash of sugar, rice wine vinegar, lime juice, cilantro092609_0383.jpg

no money shot of a pretty plate - my hubby is beginning to think I'm batty taking all these pix. thanks for bearing with me on this posting/qview learning curve!  next up, my fatties for all to see.... never would've thought I'd say that...

post #2 of 13

Everything thing looks great, to include the great Qview!  


Not sure why spouses don't understand out taking pictures of our smoked goods! LMAO


Thumbs up for a great smoke, barefoot to boot! LOL  

post #3 of 13

Looks awesome

post #4 of 13

Looks good from my house !!!

post #5 of 13

Your hubby and my wife can sit in the punishment corner for laughing at us taking food pictures while we chow down our wonderfull smoker creations! LOL


Hmmmm.... Portland to Seattel.... should be there in about 4 1/2 hrs..... lol. Those are some outstanding looking enchiladas.

post #6 of 13

Oh that looks divine sister!  Woo Hoo! and LOL on the bare foot! I'd smoke naked if I could get away with it!

post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by Squirrel View Post

Oh that looks divine sister!  Woo Hoo! and LOL on the bare foot! I'd smoke naked if I could get away with it!

 then the neighbors would really get a view of my fatties!

post #8 of 13

*SPLASH!*..... the sound my brain makes as it hits the gutter..... lol.

post #9 of 13

That all looks great well done

post #10 of 13

Now everything looks awesome and I know how good it all taste too. I would really like to get my hands on one of those enchiladas well maybe 3-4 would be better.

post #11 of 13

Great looking spread there BBQueen !!!!!


You girls are starting to make us look bad. Cowgirl is getting help from all over the country!


Oh well, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em---When do we eat !



Thanks for the view,


post #12 of 13

You ladies are stepping up and showing some excellent grub.

post #13 of 13

Ladies making BBQ, that's almost as good as ladies fishing. Well done.

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