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Old 03-20-2006, 03:01 PM   #1
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Gonna try some Bacon

I had bought two of these pork loins. I was going to stuff them, but the wifey said one would be enough. So I am trying a Back Bacon. Been in the fridge since Friday. Here is how it looked before going in. I used Ooompappy recipie.

Rubbed and ready for the big chill

Going to throw it on the smoke later tonight or first thing in the am. Check back.
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Old 03-20-2006, 03:02 PM   #2
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Old 03-20-2006, 07:50 PM   #4
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I made some a few weeks ago with the same recipe, that was some good stuff =P~
Still got some in the fridge show some pics when you get it done =P~
Pappy was right about the cornmeal, it really added some crusty brown bits in the fry pan
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Yup yup yup...got that and the maple syrup ready for the morning
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Old 03-21-2006, 05:07 AM   #6
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Just re started the fire and got this on at about 5am

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Thanks, holding steady at 165*, using austrailian pine and will finish it up with a lil bit o red oak.
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out at about 2pm drizzled in syrup and corn meal



Fried up in a samitch!= Happy kids!

Had too much wood on so I decided to throw a bird on for dinner
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dude, you have your own bar with a tv and an electric train set? NFW!
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Old 03-21-2006, 03:54 PM   #11
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Yeah but if ya notice it is all out on the porch.The Queen bee willonly let me have the Hornets nest outside! See no likey cigar smoke! This is what I will be sleeping in if I don't behave.

It is almost finished. Trying to figure out how to put the BBQ in the Galley
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Holy plywood trailer, Batman!!
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lol, reminds me of a little Scotty camper we had when I was growing up, not much bigger than that. Slept a family of 5 till I got about 8 or 9 years old and had to sleep in the station wagon!
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It was a fun lil project for me and the boys. It has a coleman gas stove in the back and sleeps the 3 of us comfortably. I am sure we will outgrow it soon enough. Only cost about $900 to make out of a 4x8 harbor freight trailer and a bunch of oak plywood. it only weighs about 800 lbs so it can be towed with the Healey
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Sorry bout that, back to food. Made some cornbread for dinner tonite!

I had a big can of the corn meal left over from the bacon cook so I thought I might give it a try.
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chickens done. Time to eat. Have a good evening Yall!

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Hey GH, did you do that chicken in the toaster oven in the pic?
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Man you got all the toys
No fair :tant:

Hey Hornet my bike would go with your camper.




Bacon looked deeeelishios =P~
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Geez, hope you guys get your trailer and bike sprayed for termites.

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Geez, hope you guys get your trailer and bike sprayed for termites.

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The problem is the splinters from the seat
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