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Old 07-10-2009, 05:24 AM   #1
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Moinkballs

Super simple and very yummy.




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Old 07-10-2009, 06:32 AM   #2
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Dude, those look perfect! I don't care what Puff PM'd me about them!
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Old 07-10-2009, 06:34 AM   #3
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they'd be better if they were poinkballs...bacon wrapped baconballs
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MMmmmm Hope you didn't use the frozen ones
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Old 07-10-2009, 08:00 AM   #5
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MMmmmm Hope you didn't use the frozen ones
Nope. it were FRESH out the dam cow.

I didn't want a real Italian style so I used ground beef, ground turkey, panko, eggs, thyme, marjoram, coriander, and some Wolfe Rub Bold.
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They look delicious!! I must try these soon! Did you cook the meatballs before wrapping them in bacon?
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They look delicious!! I must try these soon! Did you cook the meatballs before wrapping them in bacon?
Thanks, got inspired from Diva talking about them with others on Facebook.

no...had em in the freezer for a bit before the went on to firm them a bit. Put them on the kettle with bottom vent closed 90%, and top vent close 50%...for about 45 minutes, then opened up to full til crisp. nice chuck of cherry was smokin away too.
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Nope. it were FRESH out the dam cow.

I didn't want a real Italian style so I used ground beef, ground turkey, panko, eggs, thyme, marjoram, coriander, and some Wolfe Rub Bold.

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great idea

Looks excellent. Nice job. I am going to have to steal this one for the weekend.
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Do you like Mountain Oysters too? Good job Scotty
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Looks Great! I knew an ole county boy could learn something if I joined the Central!
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They look delicious!! I must try these soon! Did you cook the meatballs before wrapping them in bacon?
Thanks, got inspired from Diva talking about them with others on Facebook.

Where does the idea of moinkballs originate? Is it a regional dish?
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Where does the idea of moinkballs originate? Is it a regional dish?
California. Someone on another forum *(that we don't mention here)* takes credit for "Inventing" them.

But commmmmmon can anyone really lay claim to "inventing" something ELSE made of beef and wrapped in bacon and smoked?

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Mighty fine Scotty, yes sir.
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Those look incredible. Man Im hungry...oh and my beer glass is empty.
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