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Old 07-05-2012, 10:00 AM   #1
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Default Fourth of July Feast - pulled beef & pork (PRoN)

6.5 lb chuckie, rubbed with black pepper and Montreal Steak Seasoning



2 butts, rubbed with SM Cherry and injected with Chris Lilly's pork injection



Hot & Fast on today's cook (between 275 & 300 throughout).
This is about 5.5 hours in. Butts and chuckie were at 160 IT.





I decided on the peppered stout beef recipe, but without the jalepenos (for Mom, kids and SIL's sakes). Went with our garden grown mild banana peppers instead. Garlic, onion, green pepper and....



.....went into the pan with the chuckie.....



Wrapped it and put it back on the drum. After about another hour, it was looking and smelling GREAT:



Pulled the beef, removed the fat and grissle and put it all back in the broth to cook down.....







After about 7.5 hours in, the butts were probe tender, so they got pulled off, double wrapped and into a cambro to rest. Mom & Dad arrived with 2 dozen ears of Indiana sweet corn, so the beef got transfered to the oven inside to keep cooking down along with my Peach Bourbon Baked Beans:



Then Mom & Dad arrived with 2 dozen ears of sweet corn that needed to go on the UDS, so the beef and beans got transfered to the oven to finish cooking down for the next hour while the corn got happy.

Meanwhile, I pulled the pork:





The beef was making the house smell WONDERFUL:



And then I rang the dinner bell!

Plated:
Beef for me, with COTC, cuc's & onions (in salted water & vinegar - a family standard), green bean casserole, cottage cheese salad (another summer favorite around here), Mom's coleslaw and of course....beans.



AND.....Mom made a flag cake! (sorry for the blurry photo)




Hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Independence Day!
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Old 07-05-2012, 10:07 AM   #2
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Wow! Awesome job
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Old 07-05-2012, 10:09 AM   #3
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Looks amazing!
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Looks like you nailed that one!

Very nice job with the Chuckie!

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What a fine looking meal! I'm with everything hold the cottage cheese.
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What a fine looking meal! I'm with everything hold the cottage cheese.
Then you probably wouldn't dig the cottage cheese salad.

1 carton large curd cottage cheese
1 large cucumber, large diced
Same amount of large diced tomato
LOTS of pepper, a little salt
Toss and enjoy!

It's SOOOO farkin good.

The SIL made it yesterday. She went a little light on the maters and cuc's IMO, but I think it was her first attempt.
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Old 07-05-2012, 10:26 AM   #7
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Farking outstanding! Your Mom's slaw looks very inviting. How was it shreaded? It's very fine.
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Great spread Wampus!
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Farking outstanding! Your Mom's slaw looks very inviting. How was it shreaded? It's very fine.
Not sure. She always used to use a box shredder like this:
cheese grater.jpg

I assume she did the same thing? She's not one to throw away kitchen tools.
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man that looks mouth watering. congrats.
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Now that is a great looking spread right there!!
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I know I'm new here so I guess my Invitation must have gotten lost in the mail.
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Yeah.....I sent it to "the van down by the river" but you didn't get it?
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Hey Wamp! Is the cottage cheese salad recipe a secret?
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