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Old 05-27-2019, 07:06 AM   #1
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Default Guitar jam weekend cooking

Every year we host a guitar jam with a bunch of friends, edition #15 this year. A bunch of guys playing loud guitars, drinking beer and behaving badly need some meat at some point. As we had some people fly in (from Norway, UK) early, I got to play guitar AND Q for 2 days in a row.

On Friday I fired up the stickburner to smoke a duck breast as starter and do picanha and turkey breast for mains. We also did marinated taters in a skillet on the offset.

Saturday we had 12 guys over with a lot of amps, guitars and I had the Yoder going for some L&S cooking. We had a nice brisket and STL ribs, home made mac & cheese, homemade baked beans and some greens.

The making of the M&C on Friday, with homemade bacon:









Brined the duck breast (salt-sugar-thyme-juniper berries-bayleaves) for 5 hours, then quickly seared the fat in the fire box and smoked. It was gone in 2 minutes





Diner time





Started on the brisket around midnight, needed some trimming but not much. I had bought this one a few months back because it was the floppiest brisket I have ever felt, check the 2nd pic. 17 pounds and a BIG hunk of meat, the oven tray in pic #3 is from our 30# Wolf oven. I used Sucklebusters Texas brisket rub as 1st layer and added Simply Marvelous Peppered Cow as top layer. Ran the Yoder at 250F, brisket with fat side down on the top rack. After about 9 hours (10am) I wrapped it in BP and let it go until probe tender. Then into the oven for a long rest, about 6 hours at 158F. Came out PERFECT, great taste, perfect tenderness.











Ribs were done 2 ways, spicy (Oakridge Crucible + Kosmos Honey bee) and not spicy (Simply Marvelous pecan), both came out excellent.



Oh yeah, we made pulled pork nachos in the afternoon.









My plate:ribs, brisket, cole slaw, beans and m&c

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Old 05-27-2019, 07:22 AM   #2
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Great way to spend a weekend. Food looks amazing.
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Food looks FANTASTIC!!!

I bet that was a great time!!!
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Nice spread, and as a Blackberry Smoke fan, great taste in Tunes.
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Great food and friends. Looks like a great weekend
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Damn Yoeri, you made the whole crowd happy. Great looking food.
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How can you not have pics of the guitars? Food looks great!
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That's quite the spread. It all looks fantastic.
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That's a great spread! Guitars and Q is a great combo
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Great Pictures !!! Great Party !!! Food looks fantastic !!!! Would like to see some guitar action ... Fantastic way to spend the day ...
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Couple of them said next year they are coming just for the food
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Nice spread, and as a Blackberry Smoke fan, great taste in Tunes.
Seeing BBS again in 2 weeks at a festival called Ribs & Blues. That's gonna be right up my alley.
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What a hoot mate,looks a grand time
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