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bonty
#1 Jan 9 2017 12:05pm
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Hello everyone, I thought about making this topic intended to share and talk about smoking meats, bbq, grilling, everything that goes along with that.

A place to share techniques, results, ask questions and share stuff on this Art.

It is my new obsession and ive wanted to share it through JSP, theres already big subreddits and forums dedicated to theses things so the knowledge is infinite online.

Will post mine and encourage others to post too, i'd love to share and talk with fellow smokers

I will kick it off with my 2 first experiments;

Theses were done with a Weber Smokey Mountain 18.5 inch

Can give out recipe details, cook temp, and cooking time if theres any interest !

Beef Jerky ;

Marinating


Smoking


End result




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#2 Jan 9 2017 12:12pm
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Chicken Wings ;

Sitting with dry rub




Cooking/end result



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#3 Jan 9 2017 06:34pm
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I'll have to do my root beer chicken and post pictures.
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#4 Jan 10 2017 08:39am
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I smoke stuff fairly often on my weber kettle grill.

Can't post pics atm tho.
bonty
#5 Jan 10 2017 09:43am
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Quote (MilkMaid @ Jan 9 2017 07:34pm)
I'll have to do my root beer chicken and post pictures.


Yes please :) ! Going for a butterfly chicken next weekend !

Quote (ReturnFormer @ Jan 10 2017 09:39am)
I smoke stuff fairly often on my weber kettle grill.

Can't post pics atm tho.


I heard so much good stuff on the Kettle grill, looking forward to see your results :)
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#6 Jan 10 2017 03:47pm
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Quote (bonty @ Jan 10 2017 10:43am)
I heard so much good stuff on the Kettle grill, looking forward to see your results :)


theyre really meant more for grilling than smoking, but you can do that too with em.


smoked/sous vide brisket:



smoked turkey legs:
KoJ
#7 Jan 11 2017 09:38am
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we like to get down on the bbq/smoker


heres a few from this summer



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#8 Jan 11 2017 09:38am
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bonty
#9 Jan 12 2017 08:36am
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Quote (ReturnFormer @ Jan 10 2017 04:47pm)
theyre really meant more for grilling than smoking, but you can do that too with em.


smoked/sous vide brisket:
http://i962.photobucket.com/albums/ae109/returnformer/Smoked%20Brisket_zpshaudl5ur.jpg


smoked turkey legs:
http://i962.photobucket.com/albums/ae109/returnformer/smokedturkeylegs_zpscjkf2svl.jpg


Holy shiat, look at the smoke ring on theses ! nice job

Quote (KoJ @ Jan 11 2017 10:38am)
we like to get down on the bbq/smoker


heres a few from this summer

http://i.imgur.com/o4hMd2Y.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/I7lVBPu.jpg


Complete pig !!! how many persons have you fed with all this !?
KoJ
#10 Jan 12 2017 10:24am
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Quote (bonty @ Jan 12 2017 06:36am)
Holy shiat, look at the smoke ring on theses ! nice job



Complete pig !!! how many persons have you fed with all this !?


fuck i dont know, 75+ lol

theres always a ton of extra and we make sure it goes home with people in zip lock bags

i think the biggest pig we have done probably was 130lbs or so, and they say you get about 40% yield, but i think its higher


nothen better than the cracklins right off the top
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