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javahog2002 01-05-2013 10:43 AM

Cold December Cook
 
On December 27, I was asked to cook for the family and house guests (12 people total). So I cooked spares, baby backs, turkey breast, moink balls, pintos and slaw.

Prep:
  • Remove membrane from ribs
  • Add little yellow mustard to the ribs
  • Rubbed spares with "South Shall Rub Again"
  • Rubbed baby backs with Fiesta Fajita Seasoning
  • Injected Turkey Breast with Cajun Injectors Creole Butter and rubbed with Cajun Shake
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Fired up the WSM Mini and the Smokemaster Offset.

Turkey on the Mini with a little cherry wood chips / charcoal.
Ribs, moinks on the Offset with hickory chunks / charcoal.

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Very cold outside:

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Waited too late to add a blanket to the WSM Mini. Had to move the turkey breast to the oven to finish cooking.

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Went to Tasty Weasel Tasting Room for a few samples of Oskar Blues Micro Brews during the cook. :grin::grin:

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Results:

Baby backs and moinks were good.
Spares were a bit tough. :evil:

Turkey breast was the best. It was very moist. I was surprised since most people say to brine before smoking. Everyone wants me to smoke the turkey for the next holiday meal.

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The Moinks in the separate plate are those that were too close to the fire box in the offset. They were hard as a rock. I usually cook the moinks on the Performer. I did not want to fire up a third grill/cooker.



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Bonewagon 01-05-2013 11:18 AM

Too bad about the MOINKs, but everything else looks delicious!

Offthehook 01-05-2013 11:22 AM

You are a trooper, it's 50 out and I don't want to cook


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