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    Totally Busted Meth-Head Burnt Ends

    If one makes Poor Man's Burnt Ends from chuck, then this must be a recipe for Totally Busted Meth-Head Burnt Ends. I love smoked bologna so I'm going to have to give this a try.
    Bloomin' BBQ Bologna Burnt Ends - YouTube
    Last edited by pkadare; October 17, 2021, 09:12 AM.

    #2
    Awesome. Gotta do this asap.

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      #3
      Looks awesome. Gonna have to try this also

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        #4
        Looks like I just decided what I'm serving for Christmas dinner.

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          #5
          That does look great.

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            #6
            That is the 2nd thing I have seen this morning that I have to make!

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              #7
              Hint: We use a couple of bamboo chop sticks placed on the cutting board to stop the knife from cutting all the way through, and to keep the cuts the same depth.

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                #8
                Yeah, I need to do this, sans the sauce. This would be a fun game day snack.

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                  #9
                  Interesting concept. Thanks for sharing this.

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                    #10
                    I recently did my first smoked bologna and it was OK, for the money I paid for the bologna (I bought too big a piece at over 4#) we could have prime rib. I did not make burnt ends which may be better and our outside pieces were better than the inside. To each his own I guess.

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ID:	1111442 Argoboy I do mine in slices so the smoke has more surface to cling to. I use a yellow mustard binder for a pork rub. Smoke to about 160 IT. Then on a toasted bun with coleslaw and South Carolina mustard bbq sauce.

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                      • Oak Smoke
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                        I’m a recent convert to South Carolina mustard bbq sauce. I use it and coleslaw on my pulled pork sandwiches. I’ll be trying it soon on smoked bologna. Thank you!

                      • Mr. Bones
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                        I do mine by th (THICK) Slice, as well...to each, their own...BTW Likeys yer Chinaware, is that some Corelle?

                      • Mr. Bones
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                        Argoboy Mebbe nobody online thought to try it sliced, but I will personally testify it is richer, an deeper flavour than a whole sliced roll. One an done I'd reckon means ya liked it? Next time, when ya goes Two An Done, might be worth yer time, to try it like this...gittin that smoke on exponentially more surface areareally elevates th experience, Amigo!

                      #12
                      Enjoyed watching the guy do the bologna. But cannot eat it. When I was a kid we were poor. And had to eat it all the time. Cannot stand it now. Looks good though.

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                        Oh Yassuh, Ah'ma be tryin this heah out...

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