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Old 05-25-2012, 01:21 PM   #1
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What's cooking this weekend?

got a couple of flank steaks marinading for tomorrow. One will be for fajitas,
one is in a bourbon dijon marinade.

Also, gonna make some hot dog chili and grill a bunch of dogs to eat all weekend.

And cooking a pork loin for my neighbor.

Staying at home all weekend...we'll probably have 400 thousand visitors to Myrtle this weekend, unless Beryl forms and comes near us.
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Old 05-25-2012, 02:27 PM   #2
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Working in sumpter. But, supper tonight is here; http://thescottsbbq.com/
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Old 05-25-2012, 02:57 PM   #3
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Re: What's cooking this weekend?

waiting on the review....my guess is the pork skins are gone by the time you get there
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Re: What's cooking this weekend?

Two pork butts, just rubbed down and ready for an overnight cook.
One is rubbed with "Mystery Rub", which consists of the last of a batch of Wolfe Rub Original that wasn't enough for one butt, so I combined it with the remnants of several other rubs, and a few added ingredients, tasting as I went along. I hope it isn't too good, because there is no way I could ever duplicate it.

The second is rubbed with Bonnell's Texas Red Dirt - Southwestern Blend. From the name, I suspect it's intended more for brisket than pork, but I need to try it on something.
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Old 05-25-2012, 05:24 PM   #5
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Two pork butts, just rubbed down and ready for an overnight cook.
One is rubbed with "Mystery Rub", which consists of the last of a batch of Wolfe Rub Original that wasn't enough for one butt, so I combined it with the remnants of several other rubs, and a few added ingredients, tasting as I went along. I hope it isn't too good, because there is no way I could ever duplicate it.

The second is rubbed with Bonnell's Texas Red Dirt - Southwestern Blend. From the name, I suspect it's intended more for brisket than pork, but I need to try it on something.



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What's cooking this weekend?

Smoking salmon for my wife and I tonight. Chicken and sausage tomorrow. Gator pit is cruising along at 225 with nothing but hickory. Yep, neighbors are starting to drop by. Everyone have a great holiday!
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Old 05-25-2012, 07:02 PM   #7
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Smoking salmon for my wife and I tonight. Chicken and sausage tomorrow. Gator pit is cruising along at 225 with nothing but hickory. Yep, neighbors are starting to drop by. Everyone have a great holiday!
I hope you have American salmon!


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What's cooking this weekend?

Gonna do a reverse sear on some steaks and potatoes. Then I have to try the meat rakes so I am doing 2 butts
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Smoking salmon for my wife and I tonight. Chicken and sausage tomorrow. Gator pit is cruising along at 225 with nothing but hickory. Yep, neighbors are starting to drop by. Everyone have a great holiday!
Gator! I would give my left pork butt cheek for one of those
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waiting on the review....my guess is the pork skins are gone by the time you get there
It was good as always. I took a few pictures, but don't know how to post from iPhone.
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