Tag Archives | smoked meat

WSM Smoked Pork Butt

Got up at 5am Sunday to do a long smoke on some pork butt. Had some technical difficulties with the FlameBoss (user error mainly) but we’re getting used to how the Weber Smoky Mountain handles! Going to try more wood next time, this seemed like it wasn’t as woody as the MAK gets the meat. […]

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WSM Smoked Brisket

Weber Smokey Mountain Smoked Brisket

Smoked a 15# Prime beef brisket today. Started at noon, 9 hours on charcoal and pecan wood, finishing in the oven. (Because I didn’t realize how big the damn thing was!) It was at 176° when it went into the oven, hoping it hits 195° before we go to bed. Next time I have to […]

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Weber Smokey Mountain Smoker

Weber Smokey Mountain Smoker

I’ve been reading about charcoal and peat smoking, and got some peat to try burning to test the smell. Convinced that I want to try smoking salmon with peat, Glenn talked me into pulling the trigger on a Weber Smokey Mountain smoker. People have won many championships with this humble smoker, so here’s hoping that […]

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NOLA Smoked Shrimp

NOLA Smoked Shrimp

This recipe is going on my list to try out! I love New Orleans inspired food, and smoked shrimp sounds decadent. NOLA Smoked Shrimp – Barbecuebible.com Photo credit: Richard Dallett For the shrimp: 2 pounds peeled, deveined shrimp (choose the size you prefer; I like U-12s, which means there are 15 to a pound) 3 […]

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Alton Brown Cured Smoked Salmon

Smoked Surf and Turf

Scrubbed down the MAK, and getting ready to smoke some St. Louis style ribs and Alton Brown cured salmon! We’ve been testing timing and heat for the ribs, to get the perfect pull off the bone texture, while not overcooking it, or losing the bark. Some people do the 3-2-1 method of timing, but I […]

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Beef Brisket

Smoked Beef Brisket

I’m constantly smoking brisket and trying out new rubs and techniques, to “get it right”. When to wrap, what temp to go up to, how long to rest, all of these variables can change your outcome. And the top variable is the meat itself! I like getting meat from Costco, since they have extremely high […]

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Memorial Day Ribs

Memorial Day

We started out with no plans and ended up with about 15 people over. Grilling, smoking and swimming! Smoked chicken and ribs, grilled vegetables, fresh guacamole, potato samosas and more. Commercial and home brew on tap as well as cocktails, tequila and sangria, and some guests brought the bubbly!

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