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  1. tom in nc

    Smoked Tri Tips

    So my brother in law has an annual chili cook off contest with the family & neighbors. Two years ago I won on a whim with a regular chili but it was crazy hot with habaneros. Last year I won with a smoked pulled pork chili with chipotle peppers. This year I wanted to try something different...
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  9. tom in nc

    Tri Tip Question

    Trim the fat cap off. If you're grilling - keep it on.  If you're smoking, trim it off.  Smoke gets to the meat and you have a nice edible crust all the way around.  This comes from Jeff's newsletter and I followed his recipe to the T last weekend and it was awesome!
  10. tom in nc

    Smoked Tri Tip and Wicked Baked Beans

    Hey Raptor, I can't take credit for the beans.  It's actually Dutch's recipe and I found it on this forum.  If you search for Dutch's Wicked Baked Beans you'll get the original thread.  I thought it was a sticky but I couldn't find it.  Below is the recipe... Here's Dutch's baked beans - enjoy...
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    Smoked Tri Tip and Wicked Baked Beans

    I've been wanting to try a smoked tri tip ever since I received Jeff's newsletter describing his smoke of this cut of meat.  I live in a somewhat rural part of North Carolina so I had a challenge finding someone who knew what a tri tip was, never mind finding someone who could order one for me. ...
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  15. tom in nc

    Epic Pork Butt Smoke

    Thanks to everyone for the kind words.  I was really happy with the results and I used a pound of the pulled pork to make a nice pulled pork chili this afternoon.  Happy New Year to all of you!
  16. tom in nc

    Epic Pork Butt Smoke

    fpnmf - I've got a couple of temperature probes that I insert in the meat and run the thermocouple wire out of the smoker.  The thermocouples plug into a transmitter and I can take the receiver with me to monitor the meat temps and the temp inside the smoker.  Yes, the thermocouple wires do lift...
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    Epic Pork Butt Smoke

    Thanks for the kind words. I hope it didn't sound like I was complaining about the time it took to smoke these butts. I was just surprised at the how long it did take. I was very pleased with the finished product. Subotai - the wind was an issue.  Not sure what it was like in Charlotte on...
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    Epic Pork Butt Smoke

    I call this one epic because of the time it took for these butts.  I wanted to try a couple of pulled pork chili recipes so the first step was to make some pulled pork.  I got 2 butts weighing in at a total of 14.25 pounds.  I shot each one with some pork butt marinade, then covered them in...
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