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Unread 03-19-2008, 10:51 AM   #1
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Being I am off today due to weekend work schedule, and we are getting steady rain, I had no choice but to fire up the WSM- threw on a trimmed brisket rubbed and coated with "whatsthisheressauce"-this pic 2 hrs into cook
The ABTs are ones that I made a couple weeks ago and threw in the freezer already prepared- Will post finished pics and let you all know how the ABTs came out- If it works, I'll mass produce them when the plants are loaded this summer, and freeze them for later use
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added finishd pics of brisket-cooked to 170 put in glass baking dish with a small can of beef broth,foil on top and took to 190- still a little dry until spooning broth over slices
ABTs worked well- will do them this way again for sure
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Looking like a winner.
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Looks good... Slice me of a slab of that brisket for breakfast...

Being up in the N.E. how do you get peppers to "load up" on your plants? I live in the N.W. and was lucky to get a dozen peppers off three plants last year. Do you have long summers up there? We don't, 100 days growing season is a long one here.
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try to get them in early as possible after frost and lots of water-I start my plants from seed - Mucho Nacho Japs from Park seeds- last year they were over waist high, but they didn't get enough water- had lots of small peppers,but it was to close to frost for them to mature so I only got small ones-
http://www.parkseed.com/webapp/wcs/s...cid=pext000001
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