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Old 02-13-2010, 11:33 PM   #1
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Recap from my Super Bowl cook

Brisket trimmed and rubbed (Smoking Guns Hot).

Getting everything in place.

Fire in the hole! Used chunks of oak and apple for this cook.

Brisket on. Smoker temp 250.

Ham on.

Sausage on.

Don't forget the Spam! Gotta have a snack.

The start of burnt ends.

& on the smoker with some more Spam.

The flat was cooled and rewrapped to be placed in the fridge until the morning.

Even though I didn't get the skin pulled off the sausage in time, it still tasted good. Ham was delicious!

More porn!



Reheated and ready to serve.




Everyone ate to there hearts content. The leftovers went to work. Well, except the burnt ends and unsliced ham. Those were mine!
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Old 02-13-2010, 11:39 PM   #2
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My monkey mouth is slobbering so bad I'm getting dehydrated! WOW!! That is a great spread! Know where to go for the big game next year.
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Old 02-14-2010, 08:07 AM   #3
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ditto......I wouldn't even watch the game!
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That looks great. I'm with monkey.
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Now that's a FEAST!
Great job Shores

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Re: Recap from my Super Bowl cook

WOW what a great looking feast Shores! Do you leave your easy-up tent up most of the time? I thought about doing this on my deck, but just have not pulled the trigger on an easy-up.
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By the looks of the snow you don't live in my neighborhood but, that is some good looking food there!
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WOW what a great looking feast Shores! Do you leave your easy-up tent up most of the time? I thought about doing this on my deck, but just have not pulled the trigger on an easy-up.
No, it's only up for the cook, then taken down. If it needs to dry a bit, I just leave it partially open in the garage for a few days. I only use it when there is bad weather. With that said, make sure you anchor the sucker down. The first one I had became a kite and I had it less than a day! . Good thing it was a garage sale buy. I had a bungy cord in my hand getting ready to anhor it to the deck and the wind came in, picked it straight up (didn't hit the smoker or the deck), turned it perpendicular to the ground and headed for the back yard. Needless to say the fence stopped it and the frame was shot. Along with a few pickets. Now, when I pull this new one out, it gets weighted down immediately.
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That was one mighty fine cook Shores, your guests must have been very happy. Question, what kind of ham did you use and was it pre-cooked from the store? I've been dying to try a ham but have yet to get one on.
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That was one mighty fine cook Shores, your guests must have been very happy. Question, what kind of ham did you use and was it pre-cooked from the store? I've been dying to try a ham but have yet to get one on.
It was a Smithfield's ready-to-cook ham. The package says "cured" on it and it's sold with 23% solution. The instructions said to cook to an internal temp of 148*. I've done a few of these in the smoker and have never been disappointed. Now, my brother-in-law did one once and cooked the bejesus out of it and it was terrible. I don't do anything to it besides take it out of the package and put in the smoker. Hope you can give it a shot sometime. Plus, you can use the bone to make some ham & beans!
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Nice spread!
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WoW, all kinds of good stuff!!! Looked like a great time...
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Everything looked great and outstanding pics too.
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Ditto what Scotty said!!!
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WOW!!! Super Spread!
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