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Interesting! Apple, plum, apricot, & peach. Don't see those fruits playing together very often.

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Yeah I know that's why I had to try it was a great twist on just normal sauce

Interesting! Apple, plum, apricot, & peach. Don't see those fruits playing together very often.


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Beets on burgers. Brilliant! Pickled beets or just roasted and sliced?

Next thing you know, people will be dipping fries in something other than ketchup...

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Spun a chook for dinner tonight. Hadn't done one in ages. Used the basket splitter, fire in the rear, with a chunk of cherry wood. Ran about 350F for a bit over an hour. 

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Plated with sous vide mashed potatoes and a nice side salad. Tasty rose was a good accompaniment.

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Had to replenish my bacon, that is one thing I don't like to be without at breakfast time. ;)

Did a 3 hour cold smoke with cherry pellets, the cold smoker worked flawlessly for the entire smoke.

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Then when the KK was ready the pork belly can out of the fridge for a hot smoke. Oh my goodness the ODK smells wonderful as does my fridge and kitchen.

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Interesting how the 2 pieces came out so differently. They were one pork belly that I cut in half for easier handling.

All sliced, packaged and in the freezer. :) All set for breakfasts for a while, 10 lbs of pork belly.

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While I was out smoking I notice those same flying insects that plugged my torch, have plugged my rotisserie hole. What next. :) 

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Yum MacKenzie. That looks like a mud wasp nest. Was there a small larvae inside when you poked it out? Or a few little dead spiders or other dead insects?


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35 minutes ago, Basher said:

Yum MacKenzie. That looks like a mud wasp nest. Was there a small larvae inside when you poked it out? Or a few little dead spiders or other dead insects?


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Thanks, Basher. 

I didn't clean it out yet, just thought they'd plug it up again. I'll check for bodies when I do clean it out though. :) 

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hot and fast beef ribs. 350 for 2 hours on smoke. 350 for 2 fours wrapped in paper.

pulled at 195 IT when probed like soft butter.

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Calling Bruce, I tried to send you a PM but the response was, "Bruce Pearson unable to receive messages." Is your mailbox full? 

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Bruce the little message icon at the top of your page- like a cartoon character statement circle.

Click on that and it will take you to all your messages, read them, respond, delete,..... whatever you want.

Mac if they are mud wasps, not sure I'd want it hatching or you will end up with mud nests all over your house. They also get tougher to clean out as the mud dries.

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Looks great mate

Spun a chook for dinner tonight. Hadn't done one in ages. Used the basket splitter, fire in the rear, with a chunk of cherry wood. Ran about 350F for a bit over an hour. 
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Plated with sous vide mashed potatoes and a nice side salad. Tasty rose was a good accompaniment.
1949771279_RotisserieChicken-Oct19005.thumb.jpg.bacdfdcc7288be6bed4cac4c9cafc39f.jpg


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Nicely done

Long time no post......
hot and fast beef ribs. 350 for 2 hours on smoke. 350 for 2 fours wrapped in paper.
pulled at 195 IT when probed like soft butter.
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