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Old 04-23-2011, 10:24 AM   #1
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Andouille, Baby Backs, and ABTs

Smoked these up a while ago, but a friend of mine recently sent me the photos. Made me hungry so I figured I would share.

Sorry, no plated pictures.

On a side note, it was my first stab at ABTs (I am sure you can tell). I need to get them crispier next time and I could not believe that they were sort of.... well, BLAND! I whipped op another batch last night and will smoke/grill them today. Used more salt/rub this time and plan to finish on the grill. Any other suggestions would be great!

Hope these pass muster.




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Old 04-23-2011, 10:41 AM   #2
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Re: Andouille, Baby Backs, and ABTs

Not a thing wrong with any of this ... ABT's look great, I gotta try the Lil Smokies in my next batch.
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Re: Andouille, Baby Backs, and ABTs

Don't give up just keep plugging away. I've used turkey bacon as a wrap and a Lil Smokie stuffed in the center of the cream cheese and they've been great. Maybe a little crushed pepper flack will kick them up a notch.
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Groovy thing is, you can eat your mistakes. Looks good to me.

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Old 04-23-2011, 12:23 PM   #5
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Turkey bacon sounds like a good idea to me. I grabbed some of the peppered bacon to see if that adds something. I will post pictures later.
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Looks good to me, I would eat that.
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Re: Andouille, Baby Backs, and ABTs

I love to use a full slice of bacon on mine.
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I love to use a full slice of bacon on mine.
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Re: Andouille, Baby Backs, and ABTs

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Don't give up just keep plugging away. I've used turkey bacon as a wrap and a Lil Smokie stuffed in the center of the cream cheese and they've been great. Maybe a little crushed pepper flack will kick them up a notch.

Hmmmmm Turkey bacon ? Sounds a bit too lean for me

Food looks great though !
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Old 04-23-2011, 03:41 PM   #10
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Re: Andouille, Baby Backs, and ABTs

These were a success! Lil' smokies, peppered bacon, some rub, about 2.5-3 hours on the WSM at 250. No grill needed.

It is going to be hard not to throw these on every time I fire up the smoker.

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