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Unread 03-24-2014, 07:09 PM   #1
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Default Pepper Stout Beef

Smoked 2.5 hrs IT 167*
Onions, peppers, garlic, beer, Worchestershire, jalapeños, beef.



After 2.5 hrs at 350*



After shredding and .5 hrs


Made cheese sauce


Assembled on fresh baked bread
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That looks real good. Love the cheese sauce idea.
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Looks great! The first time I tried this I used Guinness Extra Stout. It was a huge mistake as I could never get the bitterness cooked out. Next time I did it I used regular Guinness and it worked perfectly--way less bitter.
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One of my all time favs. You nailed this!
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Great work. Love the sauce.
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Awesome lookin sammy!!
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Oh that looks GOOD!
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I'm interested in your cheese sauce recipe.. the stout beef and this is making me really hungry.
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Very nice PSB!!!
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I'm interested in your cheese sauce recipe.. the stout beef and this is making me really hungry.
2T butter
2T flour
1 to 1.5 C milk (warmed)
Couple handfuls of cheese (I used white cheddar)
Salt
Pepper
Nutmeg (pinch)

Melt butter and add flour to create roux
Cook 2-3 minutes.
Add warm milk
Stir until thickens
Add cheese
Stir until melted
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Man that looks good!! Thanks for sharing your cheese sauce recipe too.
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Nice beef! I got a weakness for cheese sauce myself. All these pepper stout threads have convinced me to put it on the menu for card night this weekend.
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That looks Great Thanks for the recipe
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