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Unread 10-17-2012, 08:01 AM   #1
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Default HELP: What should I make this weekend?!

OK folks... I have a major problem. I have cooked to much of the staples (brisket, pulled pork, chuckie, ribs, chicken) and the wife has gotten bored of them. Me, I could never stop eating ribs.

Anyway, I recently fell in back in love with my BGE and want to do a long-ish cook on it this weekend but I need suggestions. What should I cook?! Please keep in mind that this doesn't have to be BBQ - though BBQ is preferred. I do pizza quite often as well (and love it) but I recently broke my pizza stone and need a new one.

Please post any ideas that you have and I will either pick one at random or pick them best one. Then, ala Bigabyte, I will post all the pr0n here.

So have it, what should I make on the BGE!?
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Pork loin and wild rice?
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mmm pork loin - that's def a great suggestion!
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Stuffed pork loin. Endless possibilities.
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make a bunch of appetizers....abts, moinks, pig snouts!! Quick, easy, and can accompany you on the couch with college football on Saturday and NFL on Sunday (if you do so choose)! As for me, i think im gonna make some pulled pork...again....and LOVE IT!
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Meatloaf, mmmmm.
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Cook a tri-tip like a brisket
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mmm pork loin - that's def a great suggestion!
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Stuffed pork loin. Endless possibilities.

Pork loin eh? Try THIS one. It's one of my favorites......





OR then there's smoked meatloaf. THIS one was really good when I did it.

Neither one of those are really LONG cooks, but sort of longISH.

You COULD do some BRISKET CHILI, which would requre you to smoke a brisket for the point. The chili iteslf takes a few hours, so that's longish.
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Ditto on the pork loin!!! Give you a chance to be creative and still use the smoker. The wife will be happy because it is nothing like the typical BBQ and you can be happy because you get to play with fire and smoke for around 4 hours depending on the size of the loin. Suggestions

1. Cut it in "The Round"
2. Brine the piece of meat
3. Wrap in Bacon Weave
4. Pull of smoker when internal temp reaches 140-145

There are some fabulous recipes on this site for Stuffed Smoked Pork Loin
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You are really taking a risk asking this sort of question around this crowd!

How about a beef tenderloin roast stuffed with caramelized onion and gorgonzola, all wrapped up in bacon, and covered with a mushrooms in wine sauce?
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Meatloaf, mmmmm.

I will second the meat loaf but stuff it with yummy goodies
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Cook a pork butt then make some Brunswick Stew.
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Butterflied pork loin marinated in mojo sauce or jerk seasoning.
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How about a beef tenderloin roast stuffed with caramelized onion and gorgonzola, all wrapped up in bacon, and covered with a mushrooms in wine sauce?

MMMM Another excellent idea! My wife isn't a huge fan of smoked beef so I am leaning toward pork loin but I like this idea too!
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Oh boy, how about meatloaf stuffed with chedder cheese, carmelized onions, and real bacon bits!!!
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