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First (but definitely not last) try at Pork Belly

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  • T-bone
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    FireMan good plan! I like the way you think.

  • T-bone
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    Y'all are more than welcome. Let me how it comes out when you try it and what variation you added. I do something different every time I make it.

  • EdF
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    Lol!

  • Thunder77
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    Thanks for sharing! I was going to ask for that recipe myself!

  • Mr. Bones
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    Many thanks for sharin' T-bone Much apreciated!!!
    I will give it a try here, real soon, 'cause it sounds looks so awesome!!!

  • T-bone
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    Mr. Bones here ya go!

    Lemon Curry Quick Pickles

    1 ½ Cup Apple Cider Vinegar (5% acidity)
    2 Cup Water
    1 TSP Curry Powder
    1 TSP Tumeric Powder
    1 TSP Cumin Seed
    1½ TSP Sea Salt (increase salt if using kosher)
    3 TBS Sugar
    1½ TSP Crushed Red Pepper (or slices of the fresh pepper of your liking)
    1 TSP Lemon Extract
    1 TSP Ginger Powder (if using fresh ginger, I peel a 3" piece & slice lengthways to make a stick and put 1 stick in each jar)
    2 TBS Sliced Garlic
    1 Head Cauliflower
    5 Carrots
    5 Red Radishes

    Trim cauliflower into bite-sized florets.
    Peel and slice carrots and radishes (no need to peel radishes) into thin rounds.
    Mix dry ingredients.
    Put liquids, garlic and ginger in pot and begin heating on medium. Slowly mix in dry ingredients and dissolve.

    Bring mixture to a slow boil. Boil 3-5 minutes.
    Put vegetables into mason jars and leave at least ½ inch headspace from the lid.
    Scoop liquid, garlic and ginger into containers completely covering vegetables. If additional liquid is needed to cover vegetables, boil 50/50 mix of water and vinegar and add as needed.

    Refrigerate containers for at least 24 hours, but veggies are best probably after 3-4 days.

    I never make this the same way twice, but use this as a guideline to deviate from.

    Obviously this works for any veg, but cauliflower, radishes and onions are my favorites.

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  • Mr. Bones
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    Much obliged, T-bone !!!!
    Totally understand the logical china choice; Big Fave, here, lol!

  • T-bone
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    Muchas gracias, Señor Bones! It was definitely a meal that was enjoyed. I totally busted out the good plates since not only was I the cook, but the dishwasher too. Mr. Bones, I'll post the pickle recipe since you be interested in them.

  • T-bone
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    Spinaker thanks much! I've smoked a lot of things over the years, but this easily is in the top 5 of pure tastiness.

  • T-bone
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    Thunder77 thanks and I used mesquite and cherry pellets in my Traeger.

  • FireMan
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    Yeah, with the forever memory of the "two Yutes".

  • RonB
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    Great job.

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  • EdF
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    Sounds like a great gig, Judge!

    Kind of reminds me of the movie "My Cousin Vinny"!

  • FireMan
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    Is there non-smoke wood? And if there is, why would one use it.

  • FireMan
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    Yeah, I think you're right. You need to try it again, about 6 or 9 times until you get it right. Let me know when you try it next & I will be the judge.

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