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Old 03-13-2013, 12:12 PM   #1
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Here are some pics of smoked chicken and smoked Pork Butt steaks. I used a modified GrillPro performer in 30 degree weather! Smoked the Pork butt steaks first then grilled them at the end with some homemade BBQ sauce! Enjoy!
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Old 03-13-2013, 12:14 PM   #2
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Started around 315 degrees, sustained 275 degrees throught the 3 hour cook.
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Old 03-13-2013, 12:16 PM   #3
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Great looking grub, the chicken looks especially good.

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Looks like a Fine Cook to Me !!
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Wood comes in a bag????
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Looks great!!
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Great looking cook


I love pork steaks, but I've never considered smoking them. Typically just a good sear on both sides, they stay nice and juicy.
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Sure looks good!
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Looks great from here too!
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yep! Can't fit logs in there, so I go to Kroger's to get chunck wood! lol
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I love pork steaks, but I've never considered smoking them. Typically just a good sear on both sides, they stay nice and juicy.

I learned this from this forum, can't remember who though??? They smoked them for like 2 hours or so, then grilled them! Still nice and juicy, the fat renders and it's yummy!
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I learned this from this forum, can't remember who though??? They smoked them for like 2 hours or so, then grilled them! Still nice and juicy, the fat renders and it's yummy!

Awesome, I will definitely give it a try.
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you are going to love it! I'm going to try this with Ribeye steaks next! Prolly will just smoke it a little though, then grill HOT!
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That looks great! Pork steaks are gettin to be one of my favorites.
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