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Unread 02-05-2013, 06:30 PM   #1
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Default Want some quick q ideas

I have not had the chance to do any bbq or smoking in quite some time. Supposed to be nice outside tommorrow and I want to take advantage of it.

I can pickup anything neccessary in the morning and cook it but I would like something less than 4 hours or so. Any ideas?

I have cooked plenty of pork butt/picnics lately and I want to try something different. I have only did one turkey but no time to do a brine on it.

I was thinking maybe ribs or a beef chuck roast with some vegtables for dinner for the wife and I
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Unread 02-05-2013, 06:37 PM   #2
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Fatty, always the first thing to consider. Baby backs if you run them hotter, around 300F, will get there.
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So will a small chuck steak, you smoke for a couple of hours at 300F, then into a pan, with some liquid and aromatics, seal with foil and put the spurs to it, 350F for 2 hours or so.
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Meatloaf!

Quick and easy, and smoked meatloaf rocks.

I do a 50/50 mix of gound chuck and ground pork, with one egg per pound of meat, 1/4 cup of bread crumbs per pound of meat, some diced onions and some Italian herbs and black pepper for my mix.

i don't use a pan -- I put my loaf right on the smoker grate.

It takes a little over an hour to cook at 250 on my Mini-WSM.

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Ribs cooked at 270=300 will get there in 4 hrs. or less, pork loin, chix, etc. but that meatloaf CD is talking about sounds great.
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Another vote for meatloaf, or a small ham, Turkey breast, Ribs, Mac & cheese
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So will a small chuck steak, you smoke for a couple of hours at 300F, then into a pan, with some liquid and aromatics, seal with foil and put the spurs to it, 350F for 2 hours or so.
Like a beef chuck roast?

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Another vote for meatloaf. Chicken os fast, too.

But... You have to cook a naked fatty.
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Any ideas on an easy fatty?

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Ham or turkey is easy if you get one that is thawed.
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Smoked meatloaf FTW!

I did one when I first started Bbq-ing. Best meatloaf I've ever had.

how about some stuffed bell peppers or mushrooms
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Any ideas on an easy fatty?

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Yep... The original fatty as conceived by Brother Smokey Pig and named by Brother Big Dog!!! A NAKED FATTY!

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=140058

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Baby backs can be done in 4 hours with foil and moink balls!
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Do a salt crusted tenderloin direct on the coals!

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i'm voting chicken wangs and a nekkid fatty!!!
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