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Unread 06-10-2013, 04:26 PM   #16
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Perfect weather here at the moment for a feed of that.
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Wow, what a great idea to enhance sloppy joes.
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No wonder it didn't work when I tried it, your supposed to put it in a Black Iron skillet mine was falling through the grates For real, got to try that the big kid in me loves that stuff.
That's funny! But yea, I gotta try this. Cirk, thanks for posting this with the recipe.
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Now that's a meal I can cook on the weber for the whole family. That does look good. Thanks for posting this!!
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Those look really good!! I'm hungry now, LOL
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Those look awesome. I tried this once, very similar recipe (my mother's of course, grew up eating sloppy joes) and I put it in the smoker for a bit, low temps. Your's looks way better than mine, but I did mine in a loaf pan and I thinked I dried the beef out a little. Regardless, I would of had three of those, hahaha.
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look real good!
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Looks great! That extra smoke flavor and the cheese probably tasted really good. What were your temps/times?
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Looks great! That extra smoke flavor and the cheese probably tasted really good. What were your temps/times?
Half a chimney of kingsford gets my OTG to about 350 400 with all wide open. And I moved the pan off of the coals once I added the liquids and cooked 25 minutes or so.
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