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    Bacon Burnt Ends

    Cured some pork bellies for bacon, and decided to knock a chunk off one of the slabs and make some snacks. Cubed up the pieces, seasoned them with BBQ Bob's Alpha Rub, and turned up the heat a little bit. Then coated them with BBQ Bob's Peaches and Brown Sugar Sauce, wrapped them up and let them get as tender as a mother's heart. They didn't last long when the kids found them.

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    #2
    I can see why they didn't last.
    They look great.

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      #3
      Looks grand!

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        #4
        Pro tip: Throw some jalapeño or habañero in there so they are too spicy for the kids. (More for you)! Looks great. Love my bacon burnt ends!!!!

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        • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
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          Definitely sounds like something I need to try out!!

        #5
        They look so good. Thanks for sharing (with us I mean, not necessarily your kids !)

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          #6
          I've never cured my pork belly burnt ends before. Maybe next slab...

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            #7
            That's inspiring!

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              #8
              I have some belly in the freezer. I need to get off my but and do something with it. This looks like a good use of it.

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                #9
                Really nice job.
                I had a pork belly to do bacon but couldn't find curing salt so did burnt ends, they did not dis-appoint.
                Probably do burnt ends again before I'd do bacon they were that good.

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                #10
                Honey Smokes! These look amazing!

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                  #11
                  Next time I cure up a batch of bacon I will have to try burnt ends with it. I have done pork belly burnt ends but never done it with the cured bacon.

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                  • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
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                    Absolutely delicious!!

                  #12
                  That’s it. Now I’m hungry

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                    #13
                    Thanks Everyone!!

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                      #14
                      Great job Swampey, love the color on those belly slabs. Funny but I did a few myself recently. Love my pig candy !!!

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                      • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
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                        Those look outstanding!!

                      #15
                      Sooey! Here PIG!

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