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Old 05-07-2007, 07:03 AM   #1
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Chuck, chili beans, and ABT's

I wanted to do a brisket this weekend, but none of the butchers had any, and I didn't wanna pay the higher price for the ones at the supermarket. So I had the butcher cut me a slab of chuck roast ...8 pounds worth.

I threw it on around midnight Saturday and took it off around 1pm Sunday when it hit 200 and was probe tender (like butta).

My buddy Tony came up and helped me down a buncha dead trees to clear out the back yard. Man my body is wrecked....but we ate good.
I didn't get a pic of the plate, but chuck with caramelized onions, Q sauce, on a bulky roll, ABT's and chili beans.



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Old 05-07-2007, 07:10 AM   #2
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Man nice job everything looks great.
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Now a fine spread O eatin looks fan-dam-tastic
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great job!


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The women folk thought the jalaps were super super hot. I said maybe it's the horseradish in the filling, or the WRB on the bacon, they said no they just took a small bite of the pepper to test it and they were on fire. Looks like I'll use banana peppers for them next time.
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Wow what a great spread.

hmmmm horseradish in the abts's

going to have to try that for hubby.

I would be one of those "womenfolk" who would think it was too hot too!
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Wow what a great spread.

hmmmm horseradish in the abts's

going to have to try that for hubby.

I would be one of those "womenfolk" who would think it was too hot too!
1 pint cream cheese
1 T horseradish (root, not sauce)
2 T garlic
2 T lemon juice
Meat (in this case... left over scraps from Q'd spare ribs that I chopped up)
salt/pepper
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Thank you he will enjoy them for sure!!!
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I think the horsey would go well with some beef in the ABTs..
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That is the recipe that I use. My wife can eat it and she is a real crybaby when it comes to HOT.

Maybe you didn't get all the seeds out.
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