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    First try at Canadian Bacon-EH! Finally, the two weeks cure is over! 3 lbs of pork loin, used Meathead's recipe. On the Weber/SnS combo, approximately 3 hours, smoking in the thunder and rain! Oh, there were a few comments in the recipe section about excessive salt. I cut back the kosher salt in the recipe by 1/4 cup. I was assured that this is perfectly safe, as long as I used the proper amount of Prague Powder, which I did.
    The result: salty, sweet garlicky goodness kissed by applewood smoke! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž
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    • Thunder77
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      richinlbrg, the bacon is amazing. Salty, sweet, garlicky. Yum!

    • bbqoaf
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      This is a great recipe, definetly approved by this Canadian.

    • Thunder77
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      bbqoaf, good to know!! πŸ‘

    S&G Chicken Breasts last night
    Prep: Shallow cuts on each skin side, then pounded flat. 2 hours in Oakridge BBQ's game changer brine, then rinsed, slathered, and dusted with S&G. Indirect (mix of KBB and lump & cherry wood) for 45 minutes at 412-388, then over direct heat for 3-4 minutes.


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ID:	181959 ^Out of the brine, rinsed, and slathered with Heinz mustard (first time trying mustard)followed by S&G Rub, I need to work on more even coverage.

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ID:	181960 ^Walked out to put on the chicken and the nice blue smoke was hitting a beam of sunlight

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ID:	181961 On the grill at 5:45. The Maverick says it is 412F

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ID:	181962 ^A humble burnt offering placed over the chunk of cherry

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ID:	181964 After 15 minutes, not flipping-let her ride. Grate temp 398F Internal temp 127F

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ID:	181965 ^20 minutes later grate at 388F. Time to check internal temp

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ID:	181966 ^Ready for the direct side

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ID:	181967 ^Flipped four times in a bout 4 minutes

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ID:	181968 ^Looking moist!

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ID:	181970 ^Plated! Half a breast resting on 'Bama white BBQ sauce. Paired with peach, blueberry, blackberry salad and organic short-grained rice.

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    • CeramicChef
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      martybartram - now if that doesn't look like some kind of healthy and delicious, I've never seen it! Great cook! Kudos to ya!

    • martybartram
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      Thank you very much CeramicChef! I tell you that Game Changer brine lives up to its name.

    • Pequod
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      Absolutely LOVE Oakridge Gamechanger Brine. Also excellent mixed with apple juice as an injection for pork butt. Great looking cook!

    That looks beautiful! I love that S&G rub. Try it sometime on grilled asparagus. Off the hook!

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      I will do that! Thanks for the tip!

    Prime strip steaks with Oakridge Carne Crosta (outstanding stuff!) and salt n' vinegar fingerling taters, all done on the Kamado Joe Divide & Conquer.
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    • fuzzydaddy
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      I've got to get something to clean my screen now! Absolutely beautiful steak. You did great!

    • martybartram
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      Wow, that is just simply gorgeous

    • Huskee
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      Look. At. That. Nice!

    Tea-smoked duck breast - recipe from Webers "Smoke" - on a Weber Summit Charcoal Grill Friday 17 June 2016. Click image for larger version

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    These were HUGE duck breast halves - each weighed a little over a pound. Used Meathead's temp chart and took them to 150F for Medium- medium well. Five minutes after I carved these, the "pink" had pretty much disappeared. Do not overcook. BTW, although the fat looks burnt, it is not. It got crusty while I was pushing these to 150F by dropping a pan over them to trap more indirect heat. They were HUGE.

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    • Ernest
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      I treat duck breast as I do steak.

    Simple..... Eggs

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    • CapeMay
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      Ha ha ha. Good job Craigar!

    • fuzzydaddy
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      Picture ain't half bad either.

    • martybartram
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      I so look forward to your posts! They are always great.

    Well still have a ways to go but smoking a Boston Butt today!! I cut it in half to get more bark!! seems to be coming a long nicely will post more later! Click image for larger version

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    • KiloVolt89
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      This looks amazing

    • GadjetGriller
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      yes DWCowles I did shoot a video and its sitting in the camera waiting to be edited. It was really hot Saturday and Sunday I felt it so just Lounged around the house Yesterday!! Today I'll get to it (I hope lol)

    • GadjetGriller
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      KiloVolt89 I must say it turned out way better than others i had done!! Cutting it in half is the way to go! Bark everywhere you look!! lol (very tasty Bark I might add!)

    Tri tip sirloin. Smoked and then seared with the SnS with some cherry wood.
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    • bbqoaf
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      That looks fantastic.

    • Henrik
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      Looks great!

    • CeramicChef
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      Simply beautiful. You must have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express 'cause YOU NAILED IT!

    Duck salad.....and bacon bits. But mostly duck

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    • GadjetGriller
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      Very Nice!! What part of the country do you live in? We Don't have Duck Readily Available here in Texas. I hear Duck Fat is the bee's knees to cook with. Yours looks Amazing! is that pine nuts with it? Yum!!

    • Ernest
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      I'm in Texas, DFW area. Duck is everywhere. Asian stores or central market.

    Great cook Ernest ... You should apply for a photography job at Food & Wine magazine. I love looking at your food and the pictures of them.πŸ‘

    Tipping my hat to you Sir.πŸ‘Œ

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      Very much appreciated!!

    Keeping it simple tonight (gotta catch a 6:30AM flight to Orlando tomorrow). St. Louis cut spare ribs and ABTs with traditional sides.

    The ABTs are jalapeΓ±os stuffed with cream cheese and sausage links wrapped with peppered bacon. Seasoned with the same rub as the ribs with a sprinkle of Old Bay. (Note: pre-cook the sausage links.)

    The sauce on the ribs is made from drippings from the foil wrap (2 hours), vinegar, chili powder, garlic powder, Old Bay, rub and molasses.
    Last edited by boftx; June 18, 2016, 03:38 PM. Reason: Added note about pre-cooking the links.

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    • fuzzydaddy
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      Very nice. Enjoy!

    • fzxdoc
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      Wow those ABTs look great! I bet they pair perfectly with the ribs. Nice cook!

    • Breadhead
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      boftx ... Great looking ribs and your ABT,s look fantastic. Be careful of the alligators in Orlando, and stay away from the night clubs too.😬

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    • fzxdoc
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      troymeister , that looks great. I'm with bbqoaf , how did you cook the chicken?

    • troymeister
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      fzxdoc and bbqoaf , Thanks. my wife said it was over the top. I posted recipe in the chicken section.

    • Tim E
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      Dang. Looks so good!

    Girlfriend got 2 hot dogs and fries after the grocery store, roughly 7 bucks.

    Grabbed this ribeye for roughly 7 bucks, had a much better lunch I'd say
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      First spin on the JoeTisserie. I think it worked!

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      • richinlbrg
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        WOW, looks GREAT!

      • fzxdoc
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        That is one tasty-looking bird. Congrats!

      • fuzzydaddy
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        That's a fine looking chicken.

      MAN! I shouldn't look at this thread until just before I eat...

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