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Unread 02-28-2013, 12:03 PM   #16
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mother of god the other one in the link is killer, i have showed a few friends, im so doing that at the next comp for breakfast.

edit:this one looks just as good :D
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Unread 02-28-2013, 12:12 PM   #18
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how long and temps?
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mother of god the other one in the link is killer, i have showed a few friends, im so doing that at the next comp for breakfast.

edit:this one looks just as good :D
Andrew thanks! I love the stuffed ones. They take time to put together but are totally worth it.
If smoking the bacon wrapped ones alone, I bump the heat up to 300 or 325F and just cook until the IT is 165F. I like crisp bacon so I bump the heat up even more at the end if needed to crisp it. Good luck to you and take pics if you get the chance!



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Andrew thanks! I love the stuffed ones. They take time to put together but are totally worth it.
If smoking the bacon wrapped ones alone, I bump the heat up to 300 or 325F and just cook until the IT is 165F. I like crisp bacon so I bump the heat up even more at the end if needed to crisp it. Good luck to you and take pics if you get the chance!



Thanks Ron!!

i love food prep, its soothing for some reason lol. i will have to do mine a little different since i dont have a piston, well i do but its for a motor . it probably wont turn out as pretty but i bet it does the job :D

its the bacon wrapping that might be rough, never woven bacon, oh snaps, peppered bacon would top that off for my style.
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i love food prep, its soothing for some reason lol. i will have to do mine a little different since i dont have a piston, well i do but its for a motor . it probably wont turn out as pretty but i bet it does the job :D

its the bacon wrapping that might be rough, never woven bacon, oh snaps, peppered bacon would top that off for my style.

I love food prep too.
For the weave... IMO it makes a tighter weave if you start in the center.
http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/...con-weave.html

Also...thin bacon is easier to crisp.
I like to sprinkle the whole fatty with cracked black pepper before smoking. I agree with ya, peppered bacon is killer!
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I love food prep too.
For the weave... IMO it makes a tighter weave if you start in the center.
http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/...con-weave.html

Also...thin bacon is easier to crisp.
I like to sprinkle the whole fatty with cracked black pepper before smoking. I agree with ya, peppered bacon is killer!

last weeked at the comp, i cooked breakfast for our little group, they never had peppered bacon.. and from Texas, i was like are yall serious?!

Son of a b..... that isnt hard at all, i have done much more complex deals.

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So ballpark, how long does it take to smoke one of those nekkid.....
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So ballpark, how long does it take to smoke one of those nekkid.....
I didn't time it but would guess 1 1/2 to 2 hrs. It depends on your cooking temp too. I had a pot of venison simmering in the drum at the same time so my drum temp was around 275F.
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I love food prep too.
For the weave... IMO it makes a tighter weave if you start in the center.
http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/...con-weave.html


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Looks the goods Jeannie.
Could you steer me to your Corn cake recipe.I love corn in all ways
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Looks the goods Jeannie.
Could you steer me to your Corn cake recipe.I love corn in all ways
Thanks Titch! Here's how I make corncakes..
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I'm a corn lover too.

1 cup of flour
1/4 cup of cornmeal
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp of salt
1 tsp of sugar
1 egg
About 1 cup of milk or more if needed for a thinner batter
1 cup of corn
Chopped green onion
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Wow. Yea, I'm diggin' that!
Super huge "Thank You" for the corn cake recipe, I'll be rippin that off, for sure!
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Those Look Fantastic...and Thanks for the recipe !!
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