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Old 05-27-2005, 11:37 AM   #1
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Mem. Day weekend cooks?

I just got home with my brisket, first one I've done in 2 years. I'll be reading through all the recent posts on this topic.

Also got an unbelievable deal on some thighs, so I'll probably eat that tonight while the beef is smoking.

What about youse guys?
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Old 05-27-2005, 11:45 AM   #2
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Re: Mem. Day weekend cooks?

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I just got home with my brisket, first one I've done in 2 years. I'll be reading through all the recent posts on this topic.

Also got an unbelievable deal on some thighs, so I'll probably eat that tonight while the beef is smoking.

What about youse guys?
Dungeness Crab Legs tonight

KC Masterpiece- Spicy Caribbean Jerk and Ginger & Garlic Marinaded Chicken/Bacon wrapped skewers for Saturday

2 racks of pork spares, one rack of beef spares, corn on the cob and beans done in the smoker for Sunday.
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Old 05-27-2005, 12:42 PM   #3
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Just finished grilling for the guys here at work - bbq sauce marinated pork cutlets, hot dogs, hamburgs, and pork cutlet pinwheels (julienned carrot, green, yellow and red peppers, vidalia onion and pecorino romano cheese) marinated in itlalian dressing. Chicken salad (from leftover bbq'd chicken), green salad, followed by whitehouse cherry klondike bars. =P~

Tomorrow is pork shoulder and spare ribs. It's actually getting nice out here (there's a big bright thing in the sky, wasn't sure what it was at first :biggrin: ), so while the WSMis running I'll be drinking summer specials (pink lemonade and absolut)....wooohoooo......

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Old 05-27-2005, 01:30 PM   #4
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wow Rob, pics of the pinwheels? They sound great? What cut did you use?


I'm starting my brisket in a couple of hours....


Here's the meat and then trimmed and rubbed...












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Sorry cappie, no pics...didn't even think of it, even though we probably have a half dozen or so digital cameras around here....

The pork cutlet that I used for them looked to be a thin slice (about 1/4") of shoulder cut...kind of a pain to find pieces good enough to make wraps with, so the pinwheels varied in width...held them together with a couple of toothpicks....no complaints from the chowhounds....

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Looks like some good eats coming up Capt! Keep the pictures coming!
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Old 05-27-2005, 03:17 PM   #7
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no guarantee Nick...the first I ever cooked (4 or 5 years ago) was a corned beef brisket. It's all they had at the store, and I thought it was all them Texas boys were talking about. I kept saying.."This tastes like pastrami!"

Second and third I overcooked (now I now) cause I just thought it was like pot roast, except drier.

I'm hoping this one tastes like steak. 4 pm eastern, it's on with hickory...





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By the way, I got that 12 pounds for $1.48 a pound at Sams!!!!!
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Dang Tex, I thought I was getting a deal! I always heard that Texas/KC had higher brisket prices cause of high demand!

Thanks for ruining that part of my weekend. :-X
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Looks good Cappy! You're gonna have a great lunch tomorrow! Lots of black pepper, I love black pepper!! Keep us up to date with pics!
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