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Smoked Mississippi Pot Roast, Smoked Bacon Mac N Cheese


Master of the Pit
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Certainly good looking meal. Gotta try the "mac"


Master of the Pit
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my wife says to me " make that!" so you know its coming soon.

great work Jake!


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Straight fire! I would be all over that man it all looks great! Really like that mac and cheese recipe too. Bookmarked homie.


Meat Mopper
Joined Jan 2, 2020
Yup this will be on the menu this week. Was just talking with the fiance about wanting to do a pot roast and this looks bomb!

hoity toit

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Evening fellas and non fellas. Been working on a spread today. Started off with a nice chuck roast. Seasoned with my beef rub and onto the smoker at 225 using pecan
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After about 3.5hr IT was 158 so pulled it off and did it mississippi style.
Into a pan with a stick unsalted butter, packet of au jus, 2tbls or packet of ranch dressing, several pepperoncini and a little of the juice. Added some carrots
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Double covered in foil and back to the smoker. Pulled it off at about 208° and let rest for 1.5hr while I worked on mac n cheese.
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No progress pics for mac n cheese. But here's the recipe
1lb elbow macaroni
2T flour
2T butter
2C heavy cream
1.5lb sharp cheddar
Half lb gouda. I used my smoked gouda
1C sour cream
1C mayo. I used dukes
2T hot sauce
2t SPG
Lb bacon
Half cup panko

Before hand cook bacon in oven until crispy and finely chop

Cook pasta until tender. 7-8min. Drain

In pot melt butter over medium heat. Add flour. Stir until it smells nutty. Add half cup heavy cream. Stir. Will thicken. Add another half cup. Stir. Then add remaining cup. Thicken for a couple minutes. Start adding cheeses slowly. You want to make sure this completely blends in the roux. After all that is together take off heat. Mix in pasta, mayo, sour cream, hot sauce, spg and make sure it mixes well. Pour in an aluminum pan. Mix the bacon with the panko. I ended up with 7.5oz of chopped bacon and mixed with the half cup panko. Spread mixture over top. Place on smoker uncovered at 300-325 for about an hour 15min. Check halfway.

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And on the smoker
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The beef pulled
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And my plate. Beef nestled on a mashed taters bed. Covered in brown gravy and I pile of smoked bacon mac. This is our go to smoked mac n cheese recipe and honestly the best I've had. Hope y'all will give it a try View attachment 468219
Man that is some good looking comfort food right there. Points !

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