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View Poll Results: ABT Prep Preferences - you may select more than one choice
Give me the Whole Pepper - Less the top and seeds 32 42.11%
Boat Style - Row Boat Mod - Lose the stem and seeds 46 60.53%
Hold the Cheese - Cheese is just so Cheesy Mod 1 1.32%
Hold the Bacon - Alternate Blanket Mod 0 0%
Hold the Pepper - ABT Fraud Mod 1 1.32%
Whats an ABT - Still Looking for Wood Mod 1 1.32%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 76. You may not vote on this poll

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Unread 06-09-2008, 09:28 AM   #16
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I fry up a pound of pork sausage and mix with a package of cream cheese stuff it on a 1/2 pepper and wrap with partially cooked bacon. Did 140 yesterday and none to be found anywhere.
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Unread 06-09-2008, 10:32 AM   #17
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A new option needs to be added for those of us that go both ways: whole minus stem & seeds AND boat style loaded with the works and always in bacon!!! Fat Little Piggy Mod.
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I made my first batch this weekend. I boated the regular jalapenos and removed all the seeds and veins with a teaspoon. The filling was cream cheese, 4 cheese mexican blend, some lump crabmeat, garlic salt, and pepper. Wrapped each in full piece of bacon and skewered them up. I snacked on a couple of them early in the cooking process when the bacon was "done", but not crisp. The peppers still had a crunch to them and those suckers packed a punch. I did notice that the heat level was quite a bit lower after a few more hours on the smoker and the bacon was crisp with the pepper soft. They were perfect. I bet I ate a dozen of them and wished I had made more. They will be a staple at all parties in the future.
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Unread 06-09-2008, 11:42 AM   #19
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Boat style jalapenos stuffed with just about anything. My favorite is sausage, cream cheese and 4 cheese Mexican cheese mixed with some rub.
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What I don't like about boat style is that in my experience, the cheese tends to run out as it melts when things are cookin'. I want to eat that cheese, so I go with whole and try to get them upright if I can. (Still waiting to buy that jalapeno grill mod)
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I go the halved jap route myself. I mix some rub into cream chhese and stuff into the half. I wrap with a half slice of bacon then coat the top half with brown sugar. Smoke em at 250* for a couple of hours and eat them up!
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What I don't like about boat style is that in my experience, the cheese tends to run out as it melts when things are cookin'. I want to eat that cheese, so I go with whole and try to get them upright if I can. (Still waiting to buy that jalapeno grill mod)
Why wait??? http://www.irondesert.com/
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What CaptGrumpy said,,,and put a piece of aluminum foil under the rack to keep the pepper ends from getting too toasty.
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I just started making some last week - I use a grill basket from Walmart and it worked OK for $4.00. The first time I made them, I fire roasted some red bell peppers and roasted a garlic bulb. I then pureed them and mixed with the cream cheese. It was a little too runny - I should have used less bell pepper for th amount I was doing - but darn fine eating no matter what!
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Boat Method for me also. Filled with cream cheese, sprinkled with rib rub,
and 1 whole slice of bacon per pepper half. Wrap 'em tight to keep cheese in.
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Whole pepper less seeds and top.
Stuffed with chopped string cheese and dried cherries, maybe onion and garlic.
Wrapped with 1 1/2 slices of bacon.
Cooked until the bacon is really done, crisp. It takes some of the hurt out of the pepper, and they just taste more fruity, like afreemanIII said.
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I wait because the hand selected jalapeños I get are over 1 in wide before I wrap them and these racks seem too small for my heavy handed picking style.

I may have to make racks or have them made with 1 3/4 holes - from some cold rolled sheet stock - stainless if I can afford - but something and soon
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If I can get Ancho's thats just the kick the Doctor ordered!

I'm the "boat" kind of ABT'r. I get kinda methodical about them, I'll slice them so the stem is still intact and the boat is deep for filling and use the other slice as a lid, paste both so it holds together. Have a small bamboo spreader for the cream cheese and a melon baller for seeding. Slice, seed, fill, then bacon wrap.
I Have a small bamboo spreader for the cream cheese

I'd like to see that
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A new option needs to be added for those of us that go both ways

this will surely pop up in the wood pile again at the more opportune time
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Home grown baby poblano boats stuffed with a mix of shredded cheddar & sausage.
Mark, I'd love to see those and the Plant too very popular chili for sure.
The can be stored for months in an air tight container.

Do you ever dry them into ancho's ?

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If I can get Ancho's thats just the kick the Doctor ordered!
Swampb you might consider growing some poblano and drying them

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Someones obsessed with ABT's lately.
Just because I'm sitting here munching on the last of the ABTs from this weekend, reading the post on ABT's , doesn't mean I'm obsessed - does it?


so far I have dried cherries, poblano and anchos on my shopping list

and the things you farkers have done to these poor defenseless peppers is tasty - got to try the brown sugar dusting - sounds right up my alley maybe with those cherries added too

OK I may have to try the pepper boats too

N8man - how do you get them wrapped so nice and tight?

Rick - the pron is perfect as always and the red yellow orange mix does look tasty

Dr_Ky - with all that scoville power in the jars from your lab, one might wonder what sort of mad Dr we have in you.
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