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Unread 05-12-2008, 05:42 AM   #31
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bbb for me too.

and maybe try brining something.
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Unread 05-12-2008, 06:21 AM   #32
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Prime rib is in my near future.
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BBB and pastrami and turducken... can't think of a lot else I haven't tried that I really want to, though I hope to come up with something soon!
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Unread 05-12-2008, 02:31 PM   #34
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smoked oysters and paella
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I'm adding about 95% of the posts to my list.....some of which i have to research what they are.
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Bologna.
Buckboard bacon
Home ground sausages. In particular, Elgin style sausage, or Sheboygan style brats. Also would love to learn how to make a really good smoked duck sausage.
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Pizza (need a stone), Pastrami, Bologna (wife wants me to try that), Prime Rib...
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Pizza (need a stone), Pastrami, Bologna (wife wants me to try that), Prime Rib...
Nope, don't need a stone. Make grilled pizza directly on the grate instead.

One of these days, I'll have to get some photos and video up for this topic.
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Nope, don't need a stone. Make grilled pizza directly on the grate instead.

One of these days, I'll have to get some photos and video up for this topic.
I tried once...burnt the bottom before the cheese melted.

I wanna try for some good jerky too.
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I've always wanted to try and smoke a chub of bologna.
The recent pixs of chicken tenders wrapped in bacon is on the list and after last weekends Smoke n Steam grilling contest, gotta love those oysters........
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I tried once...burnt the bottom before the cheese melted.
Yeah, hate when that happens. I'll have to shoot video and then we'll broach this topic again.
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BBB. I've bought the stuff, but haven't gotten to do it yet.
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A threesome with...............oh wait, wrong forum. Sorry!

BBB for me too.
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leg o lamb turkey (whole) goat
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There are so many... Some of the ones that come to mind...

Carnitas
Tacos Al pastor
Pulled Pork Tamales

There's an Al Pastor Recipe on here ? Can you point me to it ?
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