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Unread 05-04-2011, 03:38 PM   #1
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Default Hickory Smoked Beef n Barley

I love beef and barley in any form.. soup, stew.. it doesn't matter.

I layered some thin slices of beef steak to make one large sheet...



topped with barley that I had cooked in beef broth with scallions and garlic, then seasoned with lots of cracked black pepper....(the broth added enough salt for me)



Rolled and tied, sprinkled with Big Poppas Steak Rub ( I love that stuff).



drizzled brussel sprouts with olive oil, sprinkled with kosher salt and cracked black pepper, then wrapped in bacon..



Made some of Big Poppa's party potatoes using Little Louie's Seasoned Salt with Pepper (love that too!)

into the Memphis Pro at 295F



basted the beef roll with butter a few times, then pulled it off the heat at 145F and let it rest while I cranked up the heat to crisp the bacon on the sprouts..

I loved the smoked beef and barley roll..



Loved the tatoes too.. the sprouts are great with bacon (if you like sprouts ).



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Ohhh, that looks just marvelous as always. Thanks for sharing Jeanie!! Cheers!!!
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Looks great!

Very nice presentation as well.
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Thank you Hamilton and Joe.
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Awesome meal!! We definitely like sprouts. Got to try your treatment. Beautiful presentation.
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Jeanie.... when can I come over for dinner???

It's a long way from Cocoa Beach, so you need to be a little patient with me!!

Looks good!

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That looks devine Jeanie. My dad used to do a flank steak rolled w/ barley and herbs on the grill when I was a youngster. Loved that dish. You brought back some memories with that cook. Thanks.
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Never seen Barley cooked like that before. Looks great!
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Yes'mam , may I have another?
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I love beef and barley soup but never thought to make something like the beef and barley roll.

I'll add it to my very large and growing list of stuff I need to make.

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That is a Killer Meal I always enjoy your posts
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Thank you Jay!

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Jeanie.... when can I come over for dinner???

It's a long way from Cocoa Beach, so you need to be a little patient with me!!

Looks good!

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Ray you're welcome anytime! Thanks!

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That looks devine Jeanie. My dad used to do a flank steak rolled w/ barley and herbs on the grill when I was a youngster. Loved that dish. You brought back some memories with that cook. Thanks.
Gary I like the sound of doing this on the grill.. Thank you!

Thank you Plowin!!
Bluetang, definately.. Thanks!
BlueHowler thank you! I liked the way the beef roll turned out. :)

George... thanks friend!
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That meal looks wonderful.

I love brussel sprouts. What is that wire / skewer thing you have them on?
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You know Jeanie, I believe you were the person I saw with the bacon weave, now this! Thank you! I will be using this for sure! I haven't really seen beef that thin used before. Did the outside one get a bit dry? I guess the butter helped...

Thanks for sharing.
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That meal looks wonderful.

I love brussel sprouts. What is that wire / skewer thing you have them on?
Thank you BB brew, I used Firewire... http://www.bigpoppasmokers.com/acces...re-skewer.html
Brethren Big Poppa sells them on his site.
They work great for many things. I love that they are flexible and I can string my skewered food around other items on the cooker if needed.

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