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    Show Us What You're Cooking! (SUWYC)- Volume 21, Spring 2021

    It's SPRING! Yay! Time for a new SUWYC!

    #2
    Boom! First cook of spring! I ceremoniously took the covers off the grills and let ‘er rip! Happy spring to everyone!

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    • Richard Chrz
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      That looks like an incredibly fun way to cook!

    • crazytown3
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      Viking baptism for the Equinox.

    • GibletMonkey
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      Noice! I really dig it.

    #3
    Made this pastrami overnight Thur night, but made this pastrami panini this morning for an early lunch before hitting the sack for work.

    Toasted rye, buttered. Obscene amount of pastrami. Melted havarti cheese. Spicy brown mustard, sliced dill pickle. Pile it together and then hit the panini press until it looks right. It squishes down in the press of course, but this is one fine (and dense) sandwich!

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    • Elton's BBQ
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      Nice!

    • richinlbrg
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      Havarti! What a great idea!

    • fzxdoc
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      Pastrami sammies with homemade pastrami were made for the panini press. You're right: dense and delicious.

    #4
    Huskee and I are on the same wavelength right now. I corned a brisket, thought I was going to do corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick’s .... but then my wife and daughter suggested pastrami instead. So I desalinated that guy and put on a pastrami rub and here I am on Saturday, the first day of spring, smoking the pastrami :-)

    It’s almost 5 lbs, good sized brisket flat
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    Spices for the rub
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    Just put the rub on Friday morning
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    This is 24 hours later on Saturday morning. Interesting how much darker it is over that period.
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    And on the WSM ..... today is rainy and cold, about 45F .... running the WSM about 250F, smoke is from applewood chunks
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    Edit: Added pictures from the final outcome. Good pastrami. Served with cheesy potato casserole and green salad.

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    • ecowper
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      This thing is way deep in the stall now. Brisket actually peaked at 163 and is now only 160F. But it looks and smells great!

    • Elton's BBQ
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      Nice!
      Hmmm.. makes me wanna do a porkstrami..

    #5
    This is leftovers from St. Paddy's day. Go check out my leftovers thread and post your own before and after!

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    https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...fore-and-after

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    • Elton's BBQ
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      Looks so dang good..

    #6
    MeatFairy’s Smoked Barbacoa (Beef Cheeks / Cachete de Res):

    - 2 - 4 lbs trimmed beef cheeks (check your local carniceria)
    1. - Dry brine overnight
    2. - Rub with a handful of ground pepper and ground comino
    3. - Smoke about 3-4 hours over blend of oak/mesquite
    4. Let cool
    - Place in Crockpot / Low setting (8 hours min) before you go to bed with:
    1. Handful ground comino
    2. Handful kosher salt
    3. Cover with beef broth
    - Remove with slotted spoon and shred

    - Serve with fresh warm flour tortillas, fresh chopped cilantro leaves (cut or rip off the stems), chopped white onion, kosher salt, lime wedges, and ICE COLD Big Red.

    - Enjoy
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    • ecowper
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      Okay, I’ll be right over

    • Elton's BBQ
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      Ahh.. man that looks good

    • SheilaAnn
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      I’ve done cheekys in the instant pot before. Love the cheekys! So tender. Yours looks great!

    #7
    A little surf and turf tonight.
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ID:	1006371 Beautiful day here. Did a quick grill up of some pork steaks on the kettle. Picked them up at a local butcher pre marinated in some sort of Korean stuff. Can’t pronounce it but it was a miso something or other. Topped with a little Korean bbq sauce I had. Very yummy. Sprouts on the side were just some microwave junk to fill the plate.

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    • Elton's BBQ
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      Yes.. Looks good

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ID:	1006375 While at the butcher to get the pork steaks shown above, I saw this enormous grass fed porterhouse steak. 3.2 pounds and 3”+ thick at the bone. I hit it with salt just after taking these pics. Dinner tomorrow is going to be great!

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    • Panhead John
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      Wow, that ain’t no steak, that’s a friggin roast! Can’t wait to see your pics.

    • Elton's BBQ
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      Nice hunk 'o meat!

    #10
    Pork streaks from the picnic. It was my first time don't them and they didn't come out great. For one thing, the sauce​​​​​ got overly charred on one of them. Also, they were a bit dry in places. I tried smoking them low and slow. I think it would have been better to grill them hot and fast, or to wrap them like Malcom Reed does. Anyway, I smoked them on my just completed "mini WSM" mod on my Smokey Joe. The cooker worked great. I used my FireBoard controlled fan to maintain temperature and it worked great.

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    • willxfmr
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      Love the modded up Smokey Joe!

    #11

    Lamb and Beef Kofta, garlic yogurt sauce, pickled radish, on pita. Grilled asparagus. Chopped salad w/ cukes, feta, tomato, pepper, radish, parsley, red onion, lemon, evoo, sumac, S&P:
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    Coarsely ground the "trim" of the boneless leg of lamb I separated last weekend. Added a pound of chopped beef and ground again at medium to get this:

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    Kofta MeP:

    Ground meat, toasted nuts, spices, grated onion, chopped parsley and garlic, hamburger bun onion liquid panade:

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    On skewers:

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    Done:

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    • Jim White
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      That looks wonderful.

    • Michael_in_TX
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      Now that looks really interesting!

    #12
    I love kofta. Nice job.

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      #13
      Udon with pork and cabbage.

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        #14
        Prime tri-tip over red oak live fire on the Buckaroo.

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        • painter
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          Perfect!

        • holehogg
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          Lovely

        • TripleB
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          Yum.

        #15
        Did a 16 hour brisket session yesterday. Was happy with the results and learn a lot each time.
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        • HawkerXP
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          Very nice!

        • Troutman
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          Nice pics, great result !!

        • willxfmr
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          WOW!

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