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    Eating better than ever!

    I love brisket, ribs, pulled pork, the whole lot, and love cooking them, but never realized the versatility of this thing. Seems every night, somebody posts something that makes my mouth water. This is my first london broil and first cabbage.
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    #2
    Down with kitchens. Only cook outdoors!

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    • Blues1
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      Amen!

    #3
    Cabbage IS a vegetable.

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    • Steve B
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      Seriously. What is all that stuff surrounding that beautiful meat?? 🤔😁

    #4
    Nice cook, the cabbage is intriguing may have to grab one.
    Finally going to be a good weekend up here in the boondocks, have a pork shoulder and a round roast set up for Sat morning.

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      #5
      Cabbage! I never thought of it on the smoker. Not any more. I will try that asap!

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      • Mr. Bones
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        Smoked cabbage is def a thing lol!

      • Blues1
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        Truly worth a try. Cheap too.

      #6
      The cabbage will be cooked many times at my house. It really was good. Cut off the end, then hold the knife at a 45 degree angle and cut a plug out of the end. set it aside. Keep making the hole deeper and deeper, until 3/4 way through. I mixed
      Jeff's rub and butter together and stuff in the hole...fill it up. Place the cap back on. Leave foil open and place the cabbage in it. Do not wrap. Cook at 225 for 2-2/12 hrs. Now wrap the foil around the cabbage to steam cook and get it tender. 6-6 1/2 hr total for me.

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      • DesertRaider
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        Thanks for sharing the method.

      #7
      Straight-up Truth; we'uns usedta prize even gittin a lil piece of th 'cabbage heart', aka, th core. That's where th goodness lies, an it was better than candy to us younguns...

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