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burnt ends

  1. N

    Brisket Choice

    My wife went to Costco the other day and bought me this brisket. I don't have the ability to smoke it and all of the fat cap has been cut away so it would more then likely come out dry like the last one. So, I'm wondering what my choices are, could use some advice. My first thought was...
  2. xray

    Chuck Roast Burnt Ends

    It's been awhile since I made up some chuck roast burnt ends and seeing a few lately put me in the mood for them. I pulled two chuck's out of the freezer in anticipation of smoking on Sunday since the weather was going to be absolutely beautiful (sunny and high 70s is a great day for April in...
  3. bmudd14474

    Prime Time Sunday w/Qview

    I was at Sam's club a few weeks ago and they had some Prime briskets that looked great and at $4.68/lb. Against my better judgement I didn't get one. Well After having some emergency dental work I was wanting to do something relaxing so I asked the wife if she could run by Sam's and get me one...
  4. young j

    1st time making Kansas City Burnt Ends

    Hey, been a while since I posted on here but smoked some Kansas City style burnt ends for the first time yesterday I wanted to share. I found a few prime brisket points on sale at Milan’s this weekend. I got a few of them and decided to make real burnt ends with one of the points. I smoked it...
  5. disco

    Bacon Burnt Ends

    I love Pork Belly Burnt Ends. However, as I was making some bacon, my defective gene kicked in and I wondered how burnt ends would taste made from cured pork belly (bacon). It must be done. The first thing you need is a piece of unsliced bacon. You can just go to supermarket and buy a piece of...
  6. disco

    PIA Brisket

    Settle in and pour a beverage. This is a long one. It is a step by step for my PIA Brisket. For those of you who don’t know my terminology, PIA stands for Pain in the Pants. I use it for dishes that are more work than I want to do every day, but that do improve the result. Here is my PIA...
  7. mng024

    Burnt Ends from Packer Brisket -- Can I hold entire brisket for a few hours then separate to make burnt ends?

    As the title states, curious about holding my brisket and then separating point and flat to make burnt ends. Will be starting the brisket around 1AM Sat Morning to ensure it is ready in time for dinner Saturday. As you all know, the time can fluctuate immensely and the last brisket I did like...
  8. cardsfan

    Burnt ends and pork belly nugz.

    Made some burnt ends from a small point, and smoked 2lbs. of cubed pork belly. EXCELLENT!
  9. S

    Newbie from Arkansas

    Hey everyone! I’m brand new to smoking...just got a Pit Boss Copperhead 5 for my 1st smoker (wanted something easy to use since I don’t know what I’m doing). I’ve smoked a couple of pork butts so far (pretty awesome) and tried some ribs (they weren’t the best). I have a lot to learn from you...
  10. edward36

    Pork belly burnt ends - aka the pig candies

    Hi there, guys! This is my take on the absolutely mouthwatering recipe by Jess Pryles, the one and only! What you will need: - 3-4 lb pork belly, skin off, cut into 3-4cm (1 ½") cubes. - Your favourite BBQ rub - I used a rub with a bit of cherry sweetness in it, e.g. Three Little Pigs Touch...
  11. heavyd4561

    Memorial Day Brisket w/pics

    Found a great 14lb Angus packer at Restaurant Supply. Smoker: Lang36 Fuel: Pear and Apple splits Rub: Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder and Spicy Oregano Temp: 285 Timing: Total cook time- 6 1/2 hours. 4hours of smoke, wrapped in a pan with beef broth & rub mixture. Back on additional...
  12. A

    Super Bowl Poor Man's Burnt Ends Water Pan

    Hey Everyone, I am planning grilling up some Poor Man's Burnt Ends on Sunday for the Super Bowl. I have a four burner gas grill. I have a quick question in regards to a water pan. I am going to be spritzing the meat every so often with ACV, but do you think it is necessary to put a water pan...
  13. Misplaced Nebraskan

    Pork Belly Burnt Ends with Q View! Mostly Pics

    Merry X-Mas Eve Y'all! Got invited to a friend's family shindig tonight so I figured I'd supply some PBBEs. Who doesn't love PBBEs?! Anyways, here are some pics and basic steps I did but this is mostly a visual trip today. Cook Details: Date: 12/23/19 Meat: Pork Belly Rub: Pitfaced On Point...
  14. gmc2003

    Pork Belly Burnt Ends 1st try.

    Well this was my first attempt at PBBEs and I now see why everyone goes crazy over these things. PBBEs will most certainly make the party circuit along with pork shots, moinks and ABTs. ...and away we go. Started out with about 3 pounds of pork belly(cut from the 9 pounder I bought). Cut it...
  15. xray

    A busy week smoking (pic heavy)

    I was off work the week before Memorial Day. I haven’t smoked a lot lately due to the lousy PA weather we seem to have anymore...so the smoking bug built up inside of me. Well, the weather was fine and I scratched that itch! I ended up smoking a few things, so let’s cut to the chase. Chuck...
  16. abetheham

    First Time Burnt Ends

    Mother’s Day and my wife’s birthday always fall on the same week/weekend. Lucky for me, her favorite meal is smoked brisket so that’s what she gets every year. I have always smoked the brisket whole in the past, but I’ve always wanted to try burnt ends so I figured I’d give it a shot this time...
  17. Preacher Man

    Pork Belly Burnt Ends with Cherry Lime Glaze

    I started with 5 lbs of pork belly and cubed them up about 1"x1". I sprinkled them with a little rub that I threw together really quick. Some sugar, some Lawry's Seasoned Salt, a little paprika, some cumin, and a good amount of pepper. It really wasn't my favorite rub. But oh well. Into the MES...
  18. katemail13

    Pork Belly Burnt Ends - with pics!

    Hi, all. Today seemed like a good day to make pork belly burnt ends for the second time ever. They were even better this time than the first time. I used a 4.5 lb pork belly from Sam's Club, Jeff's Original Rub, my own favorite homemade BBQ sauce, and some honey. So good! I heated the...
  19. Preacher Man

    9 lbs Packer Brisket and Chuck Burnt Ends QView

    Found a cute little 9 lbs Packer that I'm smoking for company tomorrow. I'm also throwing on a chuck roast to cube up for burnt ends. The plan is 225° with mesquite until tender. I'll wrap with butcher paper sometime between 165°-175°. Company asked what time supper was and I told them, "When...
  20. Preacher Man

    Pre-Cube Chuck for Burnt Ends?

    Smoking a brisket in the early morning. I also found a Chuck Roast for $1.99/lb and thought about doing burnt ends with it. From everything I've read around here, y'all smoke 'em like brisket and cube them up at the end. Has anybody ever pre-cubed the chuck like you do with pork belly burnt...
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