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  1. y2kpitt

    Fishing for a good trout recipe

    All, This Saturday is opening fishing day and since most of my friends bring their kids over to go fishing and then leave the trout means I'm going to end up with more trout than I know what to do with. I've never smoked trout, normally I just gut them and stuff them with onions, butter and...
  2. y2kpitt

    Easter Eggs

    Happy Easter from Mrs. 2k. While I was out tending the smoker the little lady was in side making a little easter surprise. Had I know I would have smoked the egges first but they were tasty all the same. Basic devil eggs with a the strip of celery for the handle. She told me if I was...
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    Collapse of the bread empire

    All, I am having a problem with my bread collapsing on me the most recent was last night. Everything looked great until there was about 30 minutes left to cook and then the top collapse down and when I cut into the bread it was crumbly, not really dry just not sticking together, I donâ€8482t...
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    The greatest Corn Bread you ever have in less than an hour

    All, I was making some white chili with some left over smoked chicken we had when I found this old recipe for corn bread. This is a recipe for the 'quick bake' cycle for the Toastmaster Breadbox bread maker, and no joke I went from just ingredients to a hot loaf of corn bread in less than an...
  5. y2kpitt

    Casing Storage

    I recently purchased some hog and lamb casings because I was planning on attempting to make my first summer sausage and brats this weekend but I found out today that I have go out of town for work on Thursday and wonâ€8482t be back for a week or so. Man is there anything worse that work coming...
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    Southwestern Chicken Pannini

    Here is a great recipe for a chicken panini that I got from “Cuisine at Home†magazine, a great rag that contains zero advertisements. I recently got a panini press that I use, I can't seem to stop my self from buying odd ball kitchen gadgets. My folks on the other hand use their Gorge...
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    Italian Bread

    I was searching for a recipe for Olive Bread and while I didn't find one I did stumble across this recipe for Italian bread, it was a perfect complement to my Provencal Pork Stew with Olives and Fennel. It was as easy as any other bread in the bread maker; I cooked it on the standard setting...
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    Provencal Pork Stew with Olives and Fennel

    If your are looking for a good and easy solution for some left over pulled pork I would like to suggest you try this modified version of Provencal Pork Stew with Olives and Fennel. The original recipe I got from the magazine “Cooking Light†Jan/Feb 2006. 1 Tbsp olive oil 4 Cups of sliced...
  9. y2kpitt

    Smokin Good Clam Bake

    Tonight I had another fantastic smoking experience. I decided to try a full fledge clam bake in my ECB SnP. Man did it turn out great. I was going to include some Dungeness crab but since Jeff's newsletter with a Cornish hen recipe came out the same week Safeway put Cornish hens on sale I...
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    Smoked Butterkase Cheese

    This weekend while smoking a meat loaf and a couple of fatties. I tried smoking some cheese and had great success. I used Hickory Farms Butterkase pasteurized process chesse, which is really just a cheddar and butterkase blend. I froze it solid the night before and then put it in a pan and...
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    Rain Impacts

    All, I am making my plan of attack for smoking this next weekend but the weather man is calling for rain, rain and more rain. :( Now neither my smoker, myself nor my dog are made of sugar so I'm sure we won't melt. But I am wondering how much of an impact you guys think rain will have...
  12. y2kpitt

    A smoking good meal

    All, I would like to say thanks for all of the great advice, pointers and recipes. I feel like I have been able to quickly produce high quality BBQ while avoiding many of the classic pitfalls most new Q'ers exprience. The best way I could think of to express my thanks was to produce a day of...
  13. y2kpitt

    Boneless vs. Bone-In Pork Shoulder/Butt

    All, I went to Costco last night and all the had was boneless pork shoulders. Has anyone ever smoked one? The reason I ask is because everything about butts/shoulders seems to reference smoking a bone-in cut. I am having trouble finding a bone-in shoulder at a reasonable price in my area and...
  14. y2kpitt

    My very first smoked chicken

    All, I just broke in my new ECB by makeing my first ever smoked chicken. Nothing to fancy just a little spiced butter under the skin and white wine and apples in the drip tray. One odd thing that did happen was it hailed on me for about 15 minutes...but even that couldn't stop me :D Tried...
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    Baffle for ECB Pit’n’Smoke

    All, Iâ€8482ve been reading a lot of the threads around here about creating a baffle and they seem to go from fabrication to simply inverting a heat shield. I have to be honest I donâ€8482t have any real fabrication skills/tools and Iâ€8482m wondering if I could just lay a piece of sheet metal...
  16. y2kpitt

    Another newbie

    Hi all, well after a couple of years of bugging my wife; finally santa clause left a Brinkmann Pittmaster under my tree. I quickly purchased the extended firebox, this configuration makes it the same as the Brinkmann Pittmaster Professional. Of course I have no exprience with smoking yet, that...
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