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Old 09-06-2013, 09:00 PM   #1
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After 16 weeks I finally got my Backyard Bomber MJH, unfortuntely it was missing the Guru and an ash pan. Everything finally arrived by week 18, time to do some cooking. I seasoned it as you normally would and then ran a couple of fatties through, so far so good. For Labor Day weekend I did 2 pork butts from Sams's (16 lbs), They turned out fantastic, unfortunately I forgot to take any pics (sorry).

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On to the main event, did some ribs that had great flavor but I had to pull a little early (the wife was starving) so they had a little too much tug.

I started out with a cryo pack of spares.

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I cut them down to 3 St. Louis racks and the trimmings, covered them in Yardbird and on they went.

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The racks look like this when they came off.

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I cut them up and we got busy!

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Tonight I took a shot at my first Pepper Stout Beef. I started with some Mesquite (I'm out of cherry at the moment).

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Added these to the mix.

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While the cooker was heating up, I started working on these. Did one with S,P, & G, the other with SM Peppered Cow.

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While they were on at 300 F I chopped up some peppers and onions.

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When the meat hit 165 F IT I put them in the pan (read hot tub of goodness) with the veggies, Guinness, and Worcestershire.

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I took them up to 205 IT and held them there for about an hour to let everything melt, and ended up with this tasty treat. Next time I might add a little beef broth and reduce it after the cook to intensify the flavor, but it was good as is.

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Thanks for viewing this lengthy, pRon saturated post. Hope you enjoyed!
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:06 PM   #2
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Looks good. Great job. BYB must be real busy?
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:07 PM   #3
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Looks Good. what kinda capacity that cooker have?
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Congrats on the cooker. She looks like a beauty
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Troy that looks excellent! Congrats on the new smoker too!
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BAM! Mighty Fine!
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Yes sir that looks good.
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Congrats on the new toy, err, I mean smoker :). Te food looks mighty tasty.
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Great looking smoker my friend.
All the pr0n made my mouth water, good going!!!!!
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What a way to break in that beautiful smoker! NICE!!
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Looks Good. what kinda capacity that cooker have?
It's got 5 shelves and I have done 3 racks of ribs on a shelf, so 15 racks of ribs if needed. Probably 10-15 butts, 5 briskets, etc...
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Nice smoker, and nice food!
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Great looking food, love those chuckies. I'm sure you know if you turn the metal spacers so the small side goes up against the solid wall and the other on the opposite side, you create the maze or minion method for the fire to follow.
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Awesome smoker. Great food. Enjoy!
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