I did a 7-rib 12lb prime rib for a friendâ€8482s engagement party yesterday. I smoked with oak and a little cherry and maple for 4Â½ hours at 225deg. The roast was at 145deg and perfect. :P
The only problem was to many people, not enough roast, I was glad I did the carving so I could nibble...
I did a brisket last night. I trimmed the cap, rubbed it and sit it aside to rest.
About an hour latter I went out to check the smoker and it was SNOWING!
I came back into the kitchen looked at the still resting brisket sitting there all happy with its rub on.
(Iâ€8482m so ashamed) :oops...
I brined 20# of pork but an a dark brown ale for about 12 hours then smoked it.
The pork was trimed and cut into 1 inch thick stripes then brined and smoked for about 6 hours. Talk about melting in your mouth.
I have a few good friends coming over Saturday, Iâ€8482m smoking about 10# of pork shoulder, 1-12# brisket and my friend Mike is smoking a 14# turkey for a Q party this Saturday. Today (Thursday) Iâ€8482m baking the cake for a fudge ice cream cake and a few (6) cheesecakes.
I would like to smoke a whole pig (no head, I do not like looking at the snout).
I have 2 Brinkmann Smoke-N-Pit and normally smoke with cherry, apple, oak or maple.
I have smoked 2 10# briskets and 15# of pork loin in 1-14 hour sitting (snoring).
I need to know some ideas on preparing the...
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I have rapped some sharp cheddar in CHEESE cloth and hung it over the flue pipe of my smoker.
Makes a fine sweet smoked cheese with cherry wood.
I have thought about adding a small smoke box to the chimney but have not had time.
I love both of my Brinkmann Smoke-N-Pit's from Wal-Mart.
I got one and 2 weeks latter got one more. If youâ€8482re going to stay up all night tending the fire, make the time spent worthwhile.
Did 20# of brisket, 15# of pork loin and some chicken Friday night.
My FALvorite finishing sauce for ribs. This sauce can be also be reduced and served on the table.
* 1 cup honey
* 1/2 apple juice
* 2 tablespoons cayenne
* 2 tablespoons red pepper flakes :twisted:
* 1 tablespoons salt
Mix all ingredients together. Let stand...