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Old 12-06-2017, 09:49 PM   #1
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Smoked up some pork shoulder steaks on the PK360 this past weekend. Started the pork directly over the flame to get a sear then moved indirect in a foil pan with beer and the remaining BBQ sauce from a couple near empty bottles that I found in the back of fridge. Was coasting in orange wood smoke at 275 for about half hour when I checked on it, and it hit me! Literally and figuratively a ripe tangerine hit me, so picked three more and squeezed the juice into the foil with the pork. I don't know what took me so long to figure this out, but is was good and will be done again with various other cooks! Usually pork steaks are served on bread, I chose pasta this time. Served with an IPA from the beer advent calendar!
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Old 12-06-2017, 11:54 PM   #2
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Looks great. Love the citrus on pork and the beers.
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Nice 360. Do you like it? I have the original PK and love it.
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Those pork steaks look fantastic!
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Nice steaks ... nice inspiration ... nice finished dish ... and nice PK!
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Nice 360. Do you like it? I have the original PK and love it.
Thanks and yes, I am enjoying the 360. It is large enough to use as a smoker for most of my cooks and is an excellent multi zone grill.
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Ha I love it! Sometimes the best ideas come from above ... Thanks for the tip on tangerine juice... I usually look to lemon, lime, orange or grapefruit and overlook tangerine.
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Looks and sounds great!
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I have never seen a beer Advent calendar. Nice, and nice cook as well.
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