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    What ELSE do you like to cook on the PBC -

    Everyone seems to like the obvious choices - Brisket, Pork butt, and Ribs. Plus, chicken halves are great.

    What else do you like on the PBC? What's the 5th thing on your PBC menu?

    #2
    Jalapeno popper bombs and shrimp boils.

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      #3
      I'm still deciding, but getting closer to the PBC. For smoking in general, in addition to the foods you listed, I also love turkey, salmon and beef short rib.

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        #4
        Some of the quicker cooking items: all the sausages, especially breakfast sausage w/MMD, Bacon w/MMD, MOINK Balls, and veggies for salsa. I like these because they give me a reason to open the lid and check on the longer cooks. The breakfast sausage and bacon is the best!

        I also like to do chili, both red and verde, on the PBC too. I usually do this by itself and book end the cook with items from above

        If I'm finishing off charcoal, nachos or tortilla pizzas on pizza stone.

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        • BFlynn
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          MOINK balls?!?! had to look that up. My brain just melted! Those are happening for sure.

          I like to do my chili inside so the whole house smells like chili! But I could see throwing some meat on the PBC before it goes into the chili pot.

        #5
        I did peaches the other day. I followed the recipe attached at the bottom .They came out quite delicious!

        https://pitbarrelcooker.com/pages/peaches

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          #6
          I smoked some Homemade Brats a couple weeks ago. I set a chimney with just a few lit coals in it. It was kind of hard to get the heat as low as I wanted.

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            #7
            Beans - and the barrel beans recipe on their site is the bomb.

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            • Sam6687
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              I cant like this comment enough, barrel beans are the best.

            #8
            Besides those, wings and Italian sausage are my two other most commonly cooked items.

            I have also cooked steaks and smoked a chuck that eventually made its way into chili.

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            • BFlynn
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              I've done 2 chuckies.
              1.came out great. It'll be in the constant rotation.

            #9
            I've done Pork Belly, Pork Belly Burnt Ends, Fatty, Meatloaf, Pork Loin, Prime Rib Roast, Turkey Breast. That is what comes to mind quickly.

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              #10
              Turkey breast, bacon wrapped boneless chicken thighs, prime rib, Chuckie, Dinosaur bones, beef sticks (amazing transformation), chicken skins, Whiskey Maple cured pork bellies. And on Easter...
              Attached Files

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              • cashelton
                cashelton commented
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                your hook method is...on point!

              • HawkerXP
                HawkerXP commented
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                The EASTER BUNNY!?!

              #11
              Disney turkey legs (Meathead’s recipe), and I like to do a nice pork loin roast once in a while.

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                #12
                Smoked meatloaf is great as are beans of any kind.

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                  #13
                  meatheads chilli recipe, I smoke the meat and veggies on the PBC. Then make the chilli, the husky smoke flavor the PBC imparts does it real good!!

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                    #14
                    Chicken Lollipops and Bacon-Covered Smoked Meatloaf.

                    Pastrami. OMGoodness, the pastrami.

                    Kathryn

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                    • Dadof3Illinois
                      Dadof3Illinois commented
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                      We love smoked meatloaf but when it's done on the PBC, it get's that deep smokey/charcoal flavor...YUM!! Plus when it's covered in bacon who can resist!!!...HA

                    #15
                    +1 for Pastrami and Pork Belly

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                    • Mark V
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                      Pork belly. Makin' bacon! Here is where added wood makes a notable difference on the PBC for those who do not add wood at all. Lots of different flavors! I rank them so far in order as hickory, pecan, cherry, apple, post oak, and mesquite for bacon.

                    • BourBonQ
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                      True, Mark V , I almost always add wood to my PBC. Usually some combination of hickory/pecan/oak/cherry. Not a huge fan of mesquite though.
                      Last edited by BourBonQ; June 3, 2020, 09:29 PM.

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