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Unread 02-18-2013, 06:22 PM   #1
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Default First attempt at ABT's on my new drum.

This was my first attempt at ABT’s on the drum. I didn’t end up using the cheddar or red onion.
[IMG]http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/u561/jeff_woods2/DSC05399_zps4791bf62.jpg[/IMG]
Halved and seeded.
[IMG]http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/u561/jeff_woods2/DSC05401_zpsf1774df0.jpg[/IMG]
Par boiled for just under two minutes.
[IMG]http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/u561/jeff_woods2/DSC05403_zps7cffeaca.jpg[/IMG]
Mixed a little shallot into the cream cheese and added some smoked salmon that I had done previously on the Little Chief.
[IMG]http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/u561/jeff_woods2/DSC05406_zpsf6c3b82d.jpg[/IMG]
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Wrapped in thin cut bacon and hit with home-made rub.
[IMG]http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/u561/jeff_woods2/DSC05413_zps4ec55170.jpg[/IMG]
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After 45 minutes on the drum I moved them to the center to crisp up the bacon.
[IMG]http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/u561/jeff_woods2/DSC05434_zps855b3b93.jpg[/IMG]
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Everyone loved them. I thought they may have been too spicy for some but par boiling and slow cooking really tamed them down nicely. My brother even suggested that I leave a few seeds in next time. Thanks to Big Poppa and Scooter from drumsmoking.com for all the great tips! I will definitely make these again, and again.
p.s. This is also my first try at posting pics on the Brethren. Let’s hope this works…
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Well, apparently that didn't work like I thought! Any help / tips would be appreciated. Cheers.
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Well, apparently that didn't work like I thought! Any help / tips would be appreciated. Cheers.
You've got all kinds of extra font/color/URL tags in there. If I weren't on my iPad, I'd help you out. But a bit too much text editing for a touch screen. I'm sure one of the fine folks will be along soon to assist.
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Never mind, a quick copy/paste worked it out! Here you go...


Halved and seeded.

Par boiled for just under two minutes.

Mixed a little shallot into the cream cheese and added some smoked salmon that I had done previously on the Little Chief.


Wrapped in thin cut bacon and hit with home-made rub.


After 45 minutes on the drum I moved them to the center to crisp up the bacon.


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Unread 02-18-2013, 06:48 PM   #5
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OK, I'm drooling!
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Well worth the wait to see!
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Excellent Job !!
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Looks great!
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How did you like them? They look great!

I didn't know you were supposed to par-boil the peppers first.

Did you find some peppers with heat? I really like my ABTs with some heat but only find that in the occasional pepper.
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Best looking abts that I've seen in a long time!! Nice job!!
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What's reason behind the par boil?
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Thanks kloogee! I par boiled them to reduce the heat a bit. I was afraid that they would be too spicy for a couple of my guests. I enjoyed them but they could have been a bit hotter. I'm not sure that it makes a huge difference. Thanks for all the support guys!
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Thanks kloogee! I par boiled them to reduce the heat a bit. I was afraid that they would be too spicy for a couple of my guests. I enjoyed them but they could have been a bit hotter. I'm not sure that it makes a huge difference. Thanks for all the support guys!
Skip the boiling mess.....leave more pith and seeds and you'll save time and gain the heat you wanted,


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Those look good enough to eat
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Now that is what I call a Great ABT
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