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Finding smoker recipes in places you wouldn’t expect.

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    Finding smoker recipes in places you wouldn’t expect.

    I always like it when I stumble across a delicious sounding smoker/BBQ recipe in what I would consider a place that I simply wouldn’t expect to see such a thing. Does anyone else feel this way?

    Today’s example I found while browsing a Portland tea shop online…https://www.smithtea.com/blogs/recip...y-lettuce-cups

    Some of my favorite recipes have been ones I've converted from standard kitchen and oven sites. Anywhere they use smoked ingredients or liquid smoke, I use fresh ingredients and real smoke. At the end of the day, my MAK is just an oven with a grill top

    I've seen good recipes on Cigar pages, Car pages, TV show pages, etc... lots of fun inspiration out there


      Ooooh. Thanks! Bookmarked.


        Wow, is that cool! Smoked pork belly in a tea cup!


        • Steve R.
          Steve R. commented
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          Are you supposed to stick out your pinky finger when you take a bite of that? 😀

        I don't find recipes so much as I find meat. Why just today I found a nice young buck just laying on the side of the road.


          I am a huge University of Michigan sports fan. A local site called MgoBlog used to have a series called MgoBBQ where before some of the football home games they'd post a recipe for some good tailgate Q. Their recipes are typically quite good.


            Here's this week's example: https://mgoblog.com/content/mgobbq-t...le-pulled-pork



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