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Old 09-15-2013, 04:41 PM   #171
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Smoking is generally considered around 180 degrees depending on time and what you are smoking. Smoking and barbecuing kind of get used interchangeably by some people also. Like mentioned above, low and slow is the key. I'll smoke salmon at 180-200, but will 'smoke' ribs, brisket, butts or turkey at anywhere from 200-250. And if you cook it long enough at 180-250 you'll eventually get to a safe internal temperature.
smoke cured bacon was even done at a lower temperature IIRC. i had an uncle many years ago that had one of those smokehouses and he smoke cured bacon and hams all the time.
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Since I have bad plumbing in my body I try not to think about bacon. It is a forbidden fruit for me. But my local butcher shop smokes their own, and every time I a,mthere I die just a little more.
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outdoor cooking is more than a hobby to me. i enjoy it beyond it being just a hobby. any kind of outdoor cooking, it doesn't matter.

one method i have been reading up on a little is pit cooking. where you dig a large pit, it's size depending on how large a cut of meat you are cooking, then building a fire in the pit until they become a huge bed of glowing coals. then covering them with some tin, wrapping the meat in wet burlap cloth, then placing it on the tin, then covering with dirt and let it cook for several hours until done. sounds interesting.
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outdoor cooking is more than a hobby to me. i enjoy it beyond it being just a hobby. any kind of outdoor cooking, it doesn't matter.

one method i have been reading up on a little is pit cooking. where you dig a large pit, it's size depending on how large a cut of meat you are cooking, then building a fire in the pit until they become a huge bed of glowing coals. then covering them with some tin, wrapping the meat in wet burlap cloth, then placing it on the tin, then covering with dirt and let it cook for several hours until done. sounds interesting.
I have help with pit cooking its a lot of work, but it well worth it .
I enjoy smoking too . Taking the time to make the perfect rub for the meat . Making sure you keep the heat just right for 10 hr. It's a true labor of love.
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And it gives you some time for a few cold beverages if you'd like. Kind of a nice side benefit.
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And it gives you some time for a few cold beverages if you'd like. Kind of a nice side benefit.
You are right about that ! So I only drink one or two
But usually I am starting my meats at about 1am -2am depending on what time I plan on eating . So I am up every hr checking on the temp and the fire.
But the next day after I am done eating I am so tired its not funny.
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Deer burgers stuffed with boudin and sausage

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Shish ka bobs

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All cooked on a (cheap) double burner propane grill with a 3/4 inch oak log (pre soaked for 30+ min) in front of the burners. Controllable heat, plenty of smoke flavor and done cooking in 8-12 minutes.

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I'd post some ribeye, filet mignon (with garlic butter sauce) and rosemary ranch chicken but my wife snatched it all up before I could get pics. I'll torture you guys some other night with more pics of food that its too late in the night to cook.
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Experiment time, pre seasoned chicken wings going in the smoker. I think 90 minutes should die.
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Experiment time, pre seasoned chicken wings going in the smoker. I think 90 minutes should die.
I hope it goes well, I like wings grilled
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Grilled and smoked wings rule. I grill them in a Green Egg elevated pretty high over the cools. I keep the temperature about 225 so they get a nice smoke flavor and then I let the fire get hot at the end to crisp them up. I am planning a wing night Thursday for the football game. I'll try to get some pics posted.
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