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Old 08-08-2006, 09:40 PM   #1
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Yes Mitch I was just looking at that in Dr BBQs book
I may try it
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Old 08-08-2006, 10:28 PM   #2
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If you got room and the bucks, try a Buffalo briskett :biggrin:
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Old 08-09-2006, 06:45 AM   #3
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I do hot dogs all the time so the bologna thing sounds good.....I smoked some Yams a few weeks ago coated the skins with cinnamon and sugar ...they were tastey..
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Old 08-10-2006, 05:20 PM   #4
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Did you ever smoke it(In a smoker ) You would be surprised at the results 8-[
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Old 08-10-2006, 06:14 PM   #7
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How bout some fish...or cheese....or oysters?
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Old 08-10-2006, 06:34 PM   #8
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I tried this on the smoker and the burritos were awesome.

4 lb boneless blade roast
2 28oz cans diced tomatoes, run through blender
1/2 bottle Herdez Salsa Verde
4 whole garlic cloves crushed
1/2 C dehyd minced onion
1/2 C fresh cilantro leaves chopped
1 tsp salt
coarse black pepper

sear all sides of roast in bacon grease on stove
mix up remaining ingrediants, dump over roast in enamelled steel roaster

Cook uncovered in smoker at 225 for 8 hours, finish uncovered in 275F oven. *in my case it was 11 hours in smoker then 3 hours in the oven.

baste or flip roast periodically to prevent the exposed part from drying out

its done when the tomatoe stuff is nice and thick

remove roast, shred, skim fat off tomatoe mixture

mix shredded meat in with tomatoe stuff

serve in warm tortillas with your favorite fixins

try to use a good sized roaster so there is plenty of surface area for the tomatoe stuff to dry out .... in a narrow roaster it takes too long to get a nice consistency .... ideally the sauce will be done when the roast hits around 200ºF
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Old 08-10-2006, 08:15 PM   #9
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Chucky,
Never done a Buffallo Briskett, ($$$$ ) so I was hoping you'd try it and report back

Mother-in-law-inaway won't eat beef or pork (spiritual reasons) and haven't wan't to do a test drive on Buffalo, but since you asked.... .

Just make sure it was a left handed Buffallo as they raise themselves with the right leg witch (INTENTIONAL SPELLING JOKER) makes the left brisket more tender

Whatever you cook, best of luck and may all of your smoking come out great.
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Try the SPAM Chuck, you'll be surprised how much different it tastes
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The packing jelly disturbs me
Ever since they did away with the turn key style opener, there really isn't to much jelly in the can. It still makes that sound when it slides out though =P~
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The packing jelly disturbs me
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Oh THAT jelly! #-o What was I thinkin'..... 8-[
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SPAM =P~
Try it 8-[
I like SPAM. 8-[
The packing jelly disturbs me
Ever since they did away with the turn key style opener, there really isn't to much jelly in the can. It still makes that sound when it slides out though =P~
Oh THAT jelly! #-o What was I thinkin'..... 8-[[/quote:3riiix1w]
You can spread it on your Spamwich too =P~

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The packing jelly disturbs me
Ever since they did away with the turn key style opener, there really isn't to much jelly in the can. It still makes that sound when it slides out though =P~
Oh THAT jelly! #-o What was I thinkin'..... 8-[
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