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    Smoked Potluck Ideas

    Looking for some good ideas for a potluck. Usually I do a pulled pork because it is easy to warm back up, but I wanted to switch it up a bit.

    #2
    Pulled chuck roast?

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      #3
      Poor man’s burnt ends. AKA chuck roast burnt ends. Malcom Reed method. Just 4 hours or so start to finish and really tasty.

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        #4
        Potluck for 2 or 200? That would decide what I planned on taking.

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        • ndogg138
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          About 15 .

        • Dadof3Illinois
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          Something different would be pork shots or Malcom Reeds creole shrimp dip.

        #5
        Pork belly burnt ends. Won’t have to worry about bringing home leftovers

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          #6
          Pepper Stout Beef.

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            #7
            I just did about 50 wings in an hour with 2 grates on the PBC. Have room for a third.

            Ive also done burnt ends with pork butt that was good.

            Tacos al pastor is also a big hit

            Or smoked queso.
            Last edited by BFlynn; August 16, 2020, 06:10 PM.

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              #8
              Agree with pulled chuckie, burnt ends chuckie, and porkbelly burnt ends. I've done a 3 pack of Costco St Louie wibs for a small retirement party.

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                #9
                Pork belly burnt ends always crush it. I prefer mine spicy compared to the typical sweet ones. Ones flavored in a Korean style have been my favorites. I’ve also smoked in advance and then saved the braising to day off when bringing to a party.

                I also like doing a smoked Texas chili. Smoke a chuck roast for a few hrs and then finish per your regular chili recipe.

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                  #10
                  If wanting to do a side dish, Skip and I tag teamed these apricot deviled eggs a couple years ago. Click image for larger version

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                  #11
                  Thanks all for the ideas. Went with the Burnt end Chucky.

                  Before Saucing and After.
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                    #12
                    To expand on skipsdaughter here's a Smoked Deviled Eggs recipe I've done.
                    http://thesauce.atbbq.com/smoked-deviled-eggs/

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