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Super Bowl Sunday!

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So what's everyone doing for the Super Bowl? it is a party Sunday and anxious to hear what you guys have on your mind for smoked foods. Let's hear it!
 

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When will the NFL get smart and have the Superbowl on Saturday so everyone can have more fun and have a day to recover??? Or am I the only one that thinks that sounds like a good idea? I don't know what I am doing yet. I want to have people over and smoke something but most people are out of town. Hopefully I will have a few people over and keep it simple. ABT's, stuffed burgers and maybe ribs.
 

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Doing some pp an brisket nachos for the game . i agree w/ a saturday game.
 

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Might stay home from the hospital and cook...maybe not we'll see...If i do smoke it will be ribs,a ground turkey fattie and a ham!
 

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Nothing special butt I ain't spilling the beans yet.
 

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Stufz burgers, been smoking all weekend and plan on something easy for today!
 

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Got some brats that I might throw into some beer for a bath, prior to throwing on the grill, along with a big pot of vegetable soup, using some of the fresh produce bought at a local farmers' market yesterday.

Depending on how confident I get, I may go ahead and smoke some cheese ....

GO STEELERS!!!
 

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I'm going the easy route. Pulled some dino bones, brisket, and cowboy beans out of the freezer. Just need to mix up a slaw and dinner is ready.
 

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Pork and Beef ribs, MOINK balls, Wings, Buffalo Chicken Cheese balls

And I agree with the Saturday game -
 

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I am cold smoking my Duck Proscuitto and smoking a pork butt all in my basement :)....
 

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Ribs, Dutch's Wicked Baked Beans and of course ABT's
 

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Here's what I did with the parts of the duck we ( cycletrash 98) didn't salt for Prosciutto , marinated  and brined

in apple pie and  then on the weber silver with salt and pepper



and a Fattie with morels and the left over bacon I cut up and fried to roll up in it ( bacon bits didn't make it to the fattie after tasting them

fried in the duck fat I had to eat them!)   did add BBQ sauce and provolone to the morels



 on the Weber with apple chunks
 
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Smoking some marinated jerk chicken wings - fresh mozzarella is in the smoker right now. Took a smoked tri tip, fresh sausage and some chorizo and turned into chili and right now the ABT's are chilling waiting to go in
 
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Looks good Dave, can't wait to see the finish.
 

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Looks good Dave, can't wait to see the finish.
Here you go . tried one of the wings and I may never smoke chicken again

  Got everything in a cooler til game time.    Is it game time yet?
 
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Looks good! Smoke them first then a couple of minutes on a real hot (500-600 degree) grill to crisp them up. Can't beat that.
 
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