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    BBQ Bourbon Pork & Beans

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ID:	874201 Smoked a couple shoulder chunks over a CI pot of bourbon bbq beans. Drippings and chopped up pork made them really good! (Got a tough batch of beans tho. Took a while.)

    #2
    Good idea, I need to try this method

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      #3
      Looks an sounds like a Fine mess o beans.
      Kinda partial to some beans, here; reckon, some might call it obsessed lol
      12" Loop-Handle skillet?

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        #4
        Originally posted by Mr. Bones View Post
        Looks an sounds like a Fine mess o beans.
        Kinda partial to some beans, here; reckon, some might call it obsessed lol
        12" Loop-Handle skillet?
        Just a 5qt. Dutch oven. Worked great. Photo doesn’t show it clearly🙄.

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        • Mr. Bones
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          I can see it now, Larry...
          First off, thought it was a Chicken Fryin skillet, but no handle...do defaulted to loop skillet.

          Reckon yer photo is jus fine; mebbe it's my perceptive skillz that need some improvin upon...

        #5
        I think I see what you are doing but would like to be sure..........I think you have the CI on the main cooking grate of a Weber kettle, with a smaller grate on top of CI with smoking butts atop that.......and if so, will the domed kettle lid close like that so you can regulate smoke and heat? If so looks like something I might try. Please clarify and thanks.

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        • Texas Larry
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          Right, sorry for bad pic. The uncovered pot was on the main kettle grate with the pork on a rack over it. Smoked the pork first for an hour started the beans indoors then moved them to the grill under the pork. As the pork got tender I chopped it up and added it to he pot. Used the Weber charcoal baskets on either side with chunks of oak I had available. The kettle managed to hang around 250-275 all day adding fuel once.
          Last edited by Texas Larry; July 4, 2020, 06:30 AM.

        • Texas Larry
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          Also, the pork prices were fairly small so the lid closed fine with good clearance. Might not work with a whole butt. A lower rack on a CI skillet might handle it.

        #6
        That looks soooo good.

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          #7
          Thanks Texas Larry for the detailed description. I like your idea and must try that!

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            #8
            I made the beans yesterday and they are very good. I placed the pot in the KBQ under the ribs I was cooking. This will be a go-to recipe.

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            • Texas Larry
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              Glad you enjoyed! We sure did.

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