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Cooking on the offset smoker

richard cameron

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I had some friends from out of town show up for lunch. I was told by my wife it’s time to smoke some salmon for them. Since I was already cooking some food on my smoker, I said no problem.

The first thing in the morning, I fired up the smoker and started cooking a couple racks of ribs, a pork loin, some bacon wrapped chicken breast, and two hours before lunch, I put on a salmon fillet that I had brined the night before. I used Bearcarver’s brine recipe. Thanks Bearcarver.

Pork Loin Uncooked.jpg Ribs Uncooked.jpg Chicked Uncooked.jpg Salmon Uncooked.jpg


The salmon came out wonderful. Before I knew it, four people had eaten the whole fillet. There was none left over for a late night snack.

Salmon Cooked.jpg

I lost track of time, and the ribs and pork loin came out a little overdone. Oh well, the chicken breasts came out just fine though.

Pork Loin Cooked.jpg Ribs Cooked.jpg Chicked Cooked.jpg

Thanks for looking
 

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Everything looks pretty darn good to me!
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bluewhisper

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The salmon looks perfect. People go bonkers when they first taste it.

That's a time to toast some thin slices of French bread.
 

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