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    Did a couple of thick cut chops last night.
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    Six or eight slabs of Baby back ribs.
     
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    Went and bought a big brisket today to smoke tomorrow and have all the apple wood cut into chunks ready to soak. Just wish we had alder around here to smoke with. Apple, hickory and oak we have and I like but something about alder is really good, probably because I know I don’t have any.
     
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    I’ve been craving pulled pork. So I tossed a couple on the smoker early this morning. Injected with apple juice and lots of rub. 11 hrs and they’re just coming off. Should be some good sandwiches tonight.
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    Outstanding!
     
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    Hope I say that tomorrow about the brisket.
     
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    8FAE2177-B5EA-4949-8710-566F8D7651ED.jpeg The brisket has sat in the fridge all nite sucking in the rub. See ya in 12 hours.
     
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    Seven of the nine slabs of baby back ribs that I smoked today. Two got appropriated as
    I was taking them to the house. Three were done with a Carolina rub and six with a sweet spicy rub.
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    Sure looks good to start.
     
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    C8F8A98E-12BC-4DB2-BC5C-F21E1008558F.jpeg 12 hours later and it melted in your mouth. I used a spicy sweet rub. 10 hours on charcoal and apple wood smoke. Last 2 hours wrapped in foil with 1/2 can of Coke.
     
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    Wife bought a big pack of the regular (not lean) ground beef. It’s tough to manage flare ups with the extra fat but the burgers taste so good. With broccoli, fried mushrooms, and beans.

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    Here’s the steak I shared in the what’s for dinner thread before the toppings.
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    While I was cooking chicken and brats for the kids and steaks for the wife and me I did up a marinated tenderloin on the side of the grill. That will be dinner tomorrow.
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    New to smoken’ But I am going to try a pastrami next Saturday. I’ll start the marinade today and keep you guys posted. They say to marinade for at least 5 days! Wtf!
     
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    That should be really good!


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    Seared on the grill then 4 hours in the Dutch oven with bbq sauce and Sprite. Made pulled pork omelettes then reheated the rest for the fam.

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    Nice!!
     
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    Looks good. What is that rub?
     

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