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Old 09-13-2013, 10:06 AM   #1
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Default How to make a "ABT" (Atomic Buffalo Turd)

A friend sent me this video thinking I would enjoy it. Little did he know, we BBQ folks have been making them for years.
The lady in the video doesn't call them by their "proper" name, but she gets the point across.
I thought I'd post this to help those new folks that have never make them.

Of course they should be cooked outdoors over fire, and not the kitchen oven.

Bacon wrapped jalapeno "poppers"

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I'm assuming the reaction is based on the fact she's cooking it in the oven?
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What is this oven that she speaks of?

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What is this oven that she speaks of?

It's where you cook your ribs after boiling them.? Right.??
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"A smokeless (flavorless) indoor heated capsule in large cube form".
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Oven? Clearly, she meant this one since the smokebox is full of meat.

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i thought ovens were where you stuck your grilled or q'ed foods after they were done, before you served them?
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A friend sent me this video thinking I would enjoy it. Little did he know, we BBQ folks have been making them for years.
The lady in the video doesn't call them by their "proper" name, but she gets the point across.
I thought I'd post this to help those new folks that have never make them.

Of course they should be cooked outdoors over fire, and not the kitchen oven.

Bacon wrapped jalapeno "poppers"

Enjoy.

Bob that reminded me of a visitor I had last year during deer season. She was telling me about this "new" snack called jalapeno poppers. She said her dad had invented them. lol
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Bob that reminded me of a visitor I had last year during deer season. She was telling me about this "new" snack called jalapeno poppers. She said her dad had invented them. lol
Exactly !
Not only does almost every bar across the country serve them, you can buy them in the grocers freezer section.
But only a select few of the population know the pure awesomeness of a ABT right off the smoker.
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Other than the oven, she doesn't do a bad job assembling them.

But it brings me to this question:
What do you do with you peppers?

I snip the top off and deseed with a spoon handle.
I leave the pepper whole and unsliced.
Fill them and cook them vertically.

I don't know what it is, but I don't like the "on the half shell (pepper)" version.
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What is this oven that she speaks of?

It's that big square box on the wall in the kitchen where my kids hide dirty dishes
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I usually do the same but I don't like the pepper to stuffing ratio. everytime I do peppers on the half shell all of my cheese ouzes out



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Other than the oven, she doesn't do a bad job assembling them.

But it brings me to this question:
What do you do with you peppers?

I snip the top off and deseed with a spoon handle.
I leave the pepper whole and unsliced.
Fill them and cook them vertically.

I don't know what it is, but I don't like the "on the half shell (pepper)" version.
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But it brings me to this question:
What do you do with you peppers?

I snip the top off and deseed with a spoon handle.
I leave the pepper whole and unsliced.
Fill them and cook them vertically.
Pretty much the same for me, but MRI_Guy gave me a great jalapeno coring tool.
Mine get stuffed with chopped smoked string cheese and chopped dried cherries or chopped dried cranberries. Wrap 'em in bacon and cook vertically, either in home-made ABT racks, or on bamboo skewers.
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....... chopped dried cherries or chopped dried cranberries........
Ohhhhh....that makes me drool.
I've never thought about those as ingredients.
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