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Old 05-26-2014, 08:05 AM   #1
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Grilled Stuffed Pork Chops and Smoked Boudin

Yesterday in the late afternoon I got the Keg going about 230* and put two big links of Poche's boudin on to smoke before adding two NICE pork chops on for slow even ccooking. Then when they were close to 140* internal I moved them over to the hot side of the Keg to finish off and added some peachy jalapeno glaze.
Added some peppers(not hot)and chicken tenders too.


Time to eat with some pasta salad as a side.

Mmmmm....... Delicious!!!!
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Old 05-26-2014, 09:36 AM   #2
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Looking mighty tasty.
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Old 05-26-2014, 09:52 AM   #3
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Great looking stuff!!! What were the chops stuffed with?
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It's getting late here and I knew I shouldn't open this post ... now I'm hungry T, great lookin' goods.
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Lookin pretty good there.
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Since we never did get the scoop on the stuffing components..I will have to vote that it was prob stuffed with Boudan. Now that would be good. Think I see the flied lice.
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I want to know what the stuffing was as well because that looks good. Also the pasta salad looks like it has corn and broccoli in it so please tell us how that was.
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As has been previously discussed the only thing separating coon asses and dumb asses is the Sabine River. Now which side is he on? Let us maintain composure.
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Well the salad looks like broccoli, corn, and red bell peppers, not sure about the stuffing, looks like cornbread stuffing though.
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