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Old 02-26-2006, 08:00 PM   #1
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Sunday dinner

Well now that we're back up and running, I just finished dinner. Had a pretty good cook today. Ribs, fatties, pastrami and chicken. My daughter leaves to go back up to school tomorrow with a bag of food and we have dinner and lunches for the week.

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Old 02-26-2006, 08:32 PM   #2
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It all looks great.

Did you brine the corned beef or buy a package of corned beef and smoked it to make pastrami? I haven't done pastrami before but would like to try.
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Old 02-26-2006, 08:33 PM   #3
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Looks awesome bro', here's what I came up with =D> http://img505.imageshack.us/my.php?imag ... 5943vv.jpg
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Old 02-26-2006, 08:43 PM   #4
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It all looks great.

Did you brine the corned beef or buy a package of corned beef and smoked it to make pastrami? I haven't done pastrami before but would like to try.
No, I did use a packaged one. I pick them up on sale the day after St. Patty's.
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is it a roll of breakfast sausage?
Yeah!
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Great job guys!! Puff she is a doll!!!!!!!
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Hey Nick, is that your real face? fftop: :eep:
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Yeah, I got to close to the smoker one day #-o
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Re: Sunday dinner

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Well now that we're back up and running, I just finished dinner. Had a pretty good cook today. Ribs, fatties, pastrami and chicken. My daughter leaves to go back up to school tomorrow with a bag of food and we have dinner and lunches for the week.

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/nprochilo ... f9&.src=ph
Damn... See what you can get done when you're cooking, not typing. #-o
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Hey Nick, is that your real face? fftop: :eep:
Yeah, I got to close to the smoker one day #-o
:ack: What the hell did it look like before that
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Well now that we're back up and running, I just finished dinner. Had a pretty good cook today. Ribs, fatties, pastrami and chicken. My daughter leaves to go back up to school tomorrow with a bag of food and we have dinner and lunches for the week.

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/nprochilo ... f9&.src=ph
Damn... See what you can get done when you're cooking, not typing. #-o
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Old 02-26-2006, 10:18 PM   #13
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Well now that we're back up and running, I just finished dinner. Had a pretty good cook today. Ribs, fatties, pastrami and chicken. My daughter leaves to go back up to school tomorrow with a bag of food and we have dinner and lunches for the week.

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/nprochilo ... f9&.src=ph
Damn... See what you can get done when you're cooking, not typing. #-o
Yeah, isn't that the truth! Last Sunday I flipped a couple of burgers on the grill and that was it!
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Originally Posted by Nick Prochilo":37x0dize]Well now that we're back up and running, I just finished dinner. Had a pretty good cook today. Ribs, fatties, pastrami and chicken. My daughter leaves to go back up to school tomorrow with a bag of food and we have dinner and lunches for the week.

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Old 02-27-2006, 06:20 AM   #15
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Wow Nick what a spread! Looked like some really great eats! I gotta try one of those fatties sometime. How long do you cook it? Internal temp? Do you rub it?
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Old 02-27-2006, 06:22 AM   #16
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They took about 3 hours. Rubbed them with......you guessed it Wolfe Rub, internal temp. 165*. My daughter took the rest of them back to school.
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They took about 3 hours. Rubbed them with......you guessed it Wolfe Rub, internal temp. 165*. My daughter took the rest of them back to school.
Was it just like regular Jimmy Dean sausage? Bet that would be good with the Ham Sausage, ever tried it with that?
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The ham sausage sounds like a great idea.
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Yeah, ya know your right, it was Jimmy Deans, not Jones as I stated earlier. Get the skinless ones so the fat can drip out. I used 1 regular and 1 with sage. Both were great.
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Yeah, ya know your right, it was Jimmy Deans, not Jones as I stated earlier. Get the skinless ones so the fat can drip out. I used 1 regular and 1 with sage. Both were great.
I like the maple flavored Bob Evans the best =P~
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