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Post Fri Dec 05, 2008 4:34 pm
Chris35 well done
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Location: South Carolina
So anybody out there got big plans for qing this weekend? I'll start it off.

I have 20 lbs worth of butts rubbed and injected with some apple cider vinegar and apple juice going to hit the smokers around 6 tonight and cook until 195. These are going to be enjoyed at a party tomorrow night.
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Post Fri Dec 05, 2008 5:29 pm
KAL8080 medium-rare
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Location: Youngstown, OH
Being that the high is only going to be twenty all weekend sadly nothing. Boy do i miss my smoker! :cry:

Post Fri Dec 05, 2008 6:13 pm
nicneufeld well done
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Location: Kansas City, BBQ Capital

Got a very small pork butt that I will smoke tomorrow, along with some chipotle moinkballs. The moinkballs for tomorrows army-navy game, the pork butt just to get it out of my freezer and kill two birds with one stone!
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Post Fri Dec 05, 2008 6:57 pm
Michigan Fats well done
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I got 4 chuck roasts and 5 lbs of polish sausage.

I am prepping them in about and hour and probably putting them on early tomorrow morning.
Al

Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 12:08 am
ricktoyota73 medium
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Location: Grand Rapids, MI
KAL8080 wrote:
Being that the high is only going to be twenty all weekend sadly nothing. Boy do i miss my smoker! :cry:


Come on, man! Smoke and grill in the dead of winter and make your neighbors jealous. That's what I do! See, Michigan Fats is cookin' tomorrow, too! I have a couple pork butts going on tomorrow morning.

Chris...I posted in the link where you have the picture of your butts.
I will post my butts there, too. :shock:
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Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 12:25 am
Kenny 13 well done
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Location: Belle Chasse, LA
Just got a call from my daughter saying that her mother-in-law got her hands on some fresh venison and wanted to see if I would bring a smoker to a local campground where they are spending the weekend to smoke some.

I'm thinking bringing the kettle with some charcoal & pecan chunks to grill indirect if we do it.
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Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 12:52 am
Michigan Fats well done
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I got my Chargriller in late December and was up at 4 in the morning on Christmas Eve smoking...it ain't easy, but it is worth it.
Al

Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 12:54 am
Kenny 13 well done
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Location: Belle Chasse, LA
The end result definitely makes you forget about the weather conditions rather quickly :D
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Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 4:43 am
smokeybeaver well done
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I did some Hot Smoked Halibut from Ted Reader's Hot and Sticky BBQ. I plan to add the majority of it to a corn chowder. A little will go into a mashed potato recipe.

I also made a batch of Steven's Best BBQ Beans on the Planet.

And a batch of Guy Fiero's (Food Network) Goody Girl Championship potatoes.

I have marinating a Halibut Steak that will have grapefruit and avocado in the recipe. It is another Ted Reader recipe. It will go on the grill Saturday, hopefully with a few ABTs and my first attempt at moink balls.

I picked up the Danny Meyer cocktail cookbook from William Sonoma, and will make some winter mojitos for a beverage.

Lastly I will make my dog some treats from scratch from the Three Dog Bakery cookbook.

Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 9:11 am
ricktoyota73 medium
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Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Michigan Fats, that's what I like. Hardcore, man!
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Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 10:12 am
KAL8080 medium-rare
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Location: Youngstown, OH
You guys are real troopers! Im one of those people who really hates the cold unfortunately. Maybe ill suck it up and give it a whirl. How big is the difference in fuel usage in cold temps?

Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 10:41 am
Chris35 well done
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Location: South Carolina
Two years ago I remember doing a cook and the temperature got down to 18 that night. I've said it before but I still believe my flames froze that night, man was it cold out tending the fire. But it was well worth it in the end.
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Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 12:20 pm
Kenny 13 well done
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Location: Belle Chasse, LA
Chris35 wrote:
...I still believe my flames froze that night...


Frozen flames :shock: Now that's cold!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post Sat Dec 06, 2008 7:56 pm
Trollby well done
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Location: MadCity, WI

Doing Boneless country style ribs on Sunday.

I'll try to remember to get pictures this time.

Post Sun Dec 07, 2008 6:18 am
Michigan Fats well done
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It is 5:15am, Sunday Morning. I put 4 chuck roasts on last night at 9:30pm. About an hour ago, I put the Polish Sausage on. I was going to do this cook all day yesterday while I watched football, but some family stuff came up and I decided to put off the cook until yesterday evening. It is cold, windy and we got a couple of inches of snow yesterday. Needless to say, I am going through a lot od fuel, but I do have to say, my cimarron is holding temps quite well. I have been able to take two 2 hour naps and as soon as the sausage is done in an hour, I am going to get another 2 hours.

Breakfast plans are scrambled eggs and keilbasa. Lunch will be pulled beef sandwiches.
Al

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