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  1. arnie

    I hope I didn't bite off more than I can chew

    Any idea how many fried potato wedges are needed per 100 people served? I am doing a series of fund raisers for a group over the next few months with the first one being next week The menu will be loin backs, baked beans, fried potato wedges, and cookies or cake for desert In the planning...
  2. arnie

    Here’s a rib question for you butchers

    We want to do ribs for a church fundraiser so I stopped by our local locker to see what they could do for us. I told the gal behind the counter we wanted loin backs. She hadn’t head of them but was sure they were baby backs. The explanation I got from this thread says she is right...
  3. arnie

    Spares & BBs First attempt QView

    Ingredients 3 Racks of Baby Backs 2 Racks of Spares Jeff’s Naked Rib Rub Jeff's BBQ Sauce to glaze Apple Juice Apple & Cherry Wood Remove the membranes, rub and return the fridge for the night Smoke at 225⁰ bones down for 3 hours Brush with apple juice and flip over continue smoking...
  4. arnie

    Do you talk to or cook for your pet?

    Do you talk to or cook for your pet? This is HI Larious
  5. arnie

    Chuck Clod Q-View

    19.17 lb Chuck Clod $2.99/lb from Fairway Front view Back view I cut the chuck clod in half, rubbed it with Jeff’s Naked Rib Rub, and put it in Zip-Lock bags in the refrigerator for 24 hours. At 9:00 PM I put the smaller of the two pieces on the top rack with the Maverick ET-732 in it and...
  6. arnie

    Cochinta Pibil Qview

    A close friend of mine asked me if I could prepare this for her family. It looked interesting enough so I thought I’d give it a try, and like everything else there is more than what meets the eye. Ingredients             Marinade 3 Tbsp Ground ancho chili pepper 2 tsp     Sea salt 1...
  7. arnie

    Cochinita Pibil (Barbecued Pork) ????

    I offered to do a brisket or pork butt for a friend's family and they gave me a recipe to try. This recipe says to smoke a pork butt at 225-275* for 4 hours or until tender. After wrapping and resting for 1/2 hour it will be pulled. An alternative to smoking is to oven roast to an internal...
  8. arnie

    Thanks for the recipes

    I’ve been running a tad too hard enjoying what like has to offer, but the trade off has been no time to smoke and no time to rest. It has been causing me severe hickory withdrawal. I made plans with my older brother and sister to make a quick run to visit our baby sister in Missouri last...
  9. arnie

    Subscriptions Button MIA

    Oh man! You took away the subscriptions button after the last post in a thread. Can't you try to please everyone? Oh well I guess I can use the back button
  10. arnie

    First Pork Butt Qview

    I picked up a 6.18 lb pork butt $2.18/lb at Wal-Mart and rubbed it with 2 oz Jeff’s Naked Rib Rub. I’ve wanted to do a pork butt for over a year now. This was the first piece of pork the AmeriQue has seen and I have to say it was well worth the wait. I was surprised at how long it took to come...
  11. arnie

    Smoked butter???

    We went across the river for a mini family reunion and ate at a Montana Jack’s. This was my first time in a Montana Jack’s I thought the food was good, but I did not try the Q. I opted for the blackened grouper since I haven had any since we moved from Florida many 24 hours ago. Among other...
  12. arnie

    How Embarrassing! Qview

    I saw a puff pastry a while back and made a mental note to do one the next time I had some worthwhile leftovers. I had a little leftover brisket so I thought I’d give it a try.    I rolled out the pastry crust, spooned on a little of Jeff’s sauce, laid out some provolone, piled on the...
  13. arnie

    Two Briskets for the weekend Qview

    I picked up 2 packers at Wal-Mart 13.2 lbs and 14.6 lbs for $1.98/lb. there’s a little more of a fat cap on these than the ones I get from my butcher, but the price was right and I didn’t have time to order them. This isn’t the first time I’ve done a packer, but it will be the first time I’ve...
  14. arnie

    40 to 140 in under 4 ??

    OK, I’m sorry,  but I’ve been discussing smoking a prime rib with someone I respect and I am questioning his procedure of smoking for 5 ½ hour at 180⁰ to get the meat to 125⁰.   He believes the meat is pasteurized. ???
  15. arnie

    Beef Tenderloin. Its whats for Christmas Dinner Qview

    I bought a short loin at a one day sale for $3.99/lb and had the tenderloin cut out of it. I had the rest of the short loin cut up into steaks for the freezer. I rubbed it down with Montreal Steak Seasoning, folded the small end under and tied it together with butcher’s twine to make it...
  16. arnie

    Forgive me, Smokers, for I have sinned. (Qview added)

    A friend of mine was kind enough to offer me some venison since I do not hunt anymore. He had left it in his driveway in a cooler for me. At first glance it appeared to be several gallon baggies of coarsely ground venison, I gestimated it to be between 25 and 30 pounds. So I ran into town and...
  17. arnie

    Chuck Eye Roll Q-View

    Many thanks to SOB and Pops for your help on this one. I rubbed it down with Lea & Perrins Thick Worcestershire Sauce and Jeff’s Naked Rib Rub, wrapped it with plastic wrap, and put it back in the fridge overnight     I wanted to smoke the chuck eye to an internal temperature of 200⁰ for...
  18. arnie

    Try it... You'll like it

    I had a ham bone left over from turkey day so I made me a big ole pot of 13 bean ham bone soup, cooked down till it was super thick. The next day I mixed about a half cup of my ham n bean soup with shredded cheddar cheese and Jeff’s sauce. I rolled out a pound of ground turkey put the mixture...
  19. arnie

    Help needed on Chuck Eyes

    A friend of mine had a steer butchered and told me he slipped a couple of pieces into my freezer. The labels say “chuck roll (eye)”. They are almost round, about 3 ½ - 4 inches across and roughly 16 inches long 8 – 10 pounds. Because of the way they are frozen and wrapped I cannot see what they...
  20. arnie

    This is for the dogs!

    Our Church’s youth Sunday school teacher has a field trip to the local veterinary hospital planned for her class this week. In preparation for the field trip her class made dog biscuits from a recipe she got online from http://www.dltk-bible.com/recipes/dogbiscuits.htm . Since I am currently...
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