my first all-nighter

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Master of the Pit
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OTBS Member
Nov 21, 2006
Waco, TX
doing my first all-nighter tonight. i have a 10.5 lb packer brisket, a stuffed fatty (JD sage, stuffed with pepperoni and cheddar cheese), and 17 ABT's (9 diced ham and cheddar, and 8 pepperoni and cheddar). i will post pics tomorrow, by updating this thread.
dang chris pulling an all nighter after a wedding and reception man you are hardcore..just getting ready to fire up here for them meatloafs and a fattie.

be lookin for that porn
Tom -

Do you smoke the beans? whole or ground? Sounds neat! I wouldn't think they'd absorb the smoke - they're so hard. A new way to slow raostcoffe beans huh?
Wake up Chris!!!
an all niter does not mean u can sleep all dayer
were waiting for updates and pics
I have never smoked coffee. I was asking if anyone HAD ever. When I do an all nighter, I put a pot of coffee on the firebox and let it cook like that. But I do cowboy coffee, where you just but your grounds in the water, no filter. I drink mine straight, and my wife strains the grounds out.
I was just curious if anyone had ever just put an open coffee pot in the smoker. I may have to try it.
ok, as promised, here is the (food) porn. i don't drink coffee. we didn't go to the reception, as we had a 2 hour drive back home. here is a pic of the brisket whole, a pic of it sliced and pulled, and one of me pulling the point. for once i let my wife take the pics. she asked why must i take pics everytime. i told her it's the rules. the beans were hot! i used a 28 oz can of bush's beans, and a small can of diced jalapenos, a small can of green chiles (said mild on it), some brown sugar, and some ketchup. i liked them, but everyone else said they were too hot for them. the potatoes, i ended up just baking them in the oven. i bought the big baking potatoes. i put some butter, shredded cheese, and pulled brisket in mine. the abt's were very good. i will be doing them this way again. i am going to use some of the pulled point in enchiladas. the fatty was good too, with the cheese and pepperoni in it.


i put it in the smoker when it was at 125° or so. i let it stay in there as the hear came up to temp. i discovered one time that i get a nice smoke ring then. i put in the fatty and the abt's then too. i let them smoke for 4 hours total. tasty was the end result.
debi, yep. i went to wal-mart last night to get some stuff, and looked at the vacuum sealers too. the one for $39.99 was not on the shelf. i waited around a bit to see if they were going to put some out, as they were stocking the shelves. i went back just a bit ago, and still none. i guess they are out. i want to compare them all, and see which one i want for my needs. if that one will work, for me, just as good as the one for $59.99, i will get it. on wal-mart's web site, it only shows the "foodsaver" brand they carry. they are $97.99 and $128.99. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.