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  1. thirdeye

    A Sunday Ham Beans & Rice Sundae

    No, it's not a typo.... Yesterday I made a pot of ham and beans with double smoked shank meat, andouille and Cajun spices. Inspired by a pulled pork sundae I had at a bluegrass festival many years ago I made a different sundae that had layers of beans, rice, cheddar cheese, topped with more...
  2. disco

    Canadian Gumbo, Updated Video

    My recipe for gumbo is posted at https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/gumbo-eh-canadian-made-gumbo-qview-and-video.153079/ Having just made some andouille sausage (see https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/ofg-andouille.301000/ ) it was obviously time to make my Canadian Gumbo. I took...
  3. WaterRat

    Gumbo time! Chicken and Andouille

    Hey All! A week or so ago I had a craving and made a note on my desk that simply read "gumbo". Later that evening my GF said "I feel like we should make gumbo". Yup, that happened and so I had to make it happen. A day or so later the local grocery flyers came out: $0.99/lb for chicken thighs...
  4. Cj7851

    First time venison sausage

    Just finished some Hickory smoked venison Andouille.
  5. xray

    Sausage and Kale Soup

    Here’s a good and hearty soup that I shared with @tx smoker. It can be made with a variety of sausages. My wife and I make this a few times during the winter months. It’s a soup we keep coming back to. Sausage and Kale Soup 1lb. Smoked kielbasa or other ringed sausage, cut into slices or...
  6. Diehardmason

    Andouille for the win!!

    Made a small batch today because i was bored. Had 14 lbs of pork cushion to burn left over from some boudin i was going to make but was out of andouille. No too shabby. Smoked on pecan with brown sugar.
  7. B

    Masterbuilt Dual Fuel temp and smoke control question

    Ok, so I'm new to smoking. I got the Masterbuilt dual fuel and smoked a brisket (flat...Maybe 5 lbs). Turned out tasty but a little heavy on the smoke. What is the best way to control how heavily smoked the meat gets? Is there a method to using the lower and upper vents? Should I leave them...
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