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seattlepitboss 08-14-2010 08:39 PM

leftover pulled chuck? mac'n'cheese!
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With a big thank you to Alien BBQ, whose recipe I started with, I wanted to share a complete out-of-the-park knockout at a reunion potluck I went to today. I had about 3/4 lb. of pulled chuck left over from a recent cook (it was 1-1/2 but the two teenage boys started nibbling ..) and I made this macaroni and cheese dish where you smoke the cheese first and has all this yummy stuff (sour cream, heavy cream, hoo boy). Pic below.

Some of the other people who came to this event are professional chefs and caterers and they brought real good food too, but oh, man everyone went for this smoked cheese dish!

I made it just like Alien's recipe except I used already-smoked beef instead of smoked sirloin steak and I added half a roasted-seeded-peeled red bell pepper, diced, for color. Oh, and the last half an hour I kicked it up to 300F because it wasn't real melted looking.

Here's the original recipe, which gets cited around here every so often (but not too often for me):

This one is a serious keeper, folks!


Crazy Harry 08-14-2010 08:51 PM

Keeper for sure. Two teenagers and you had any left???

jeffjenkins1 08-14-2010 09:12 PM

That looks outrages! I have to make that now.


Jay Bird 08-14-2010 09:43 PM

PitBoss.......Man that looks good. Thanks for the link. Glad there isn't a nutrition label for my wife to read.

wannchef 08-15-2010 04:34 AM

Next family reunion this is on the menu!

Dave Russell 08-15-2010 08:02 AM

Thanks! Sounds fantastic. I bookmarked the recipe, but will rewrite and mention to use leftover chopped brisket and the roasted red bell pepper! (Me and the Mrs. sort of have an agreement: She crocpots chuck. I smoke brisket.)

vr6Cop 08-15-2010 11:02 AM

I also bookmarked that recipe. It is going to be made at my house soon. Thanks! :thumb:

Kris Mainella 08-16-2010 04:19 PM

looks great ... so many things u can do with mac n cheese! awesome!!

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