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LSUcdro
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Different things to do on your smoker
It seems like I'm always doing the same things on my BGE (pulled pork, brisket, etc)

Anybody do anything out of the norm with theirs? Looking for some new ideas


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re: Different things to do on your smoker
Wings
Pizza
Meatloaf
Jerky
Mac n Cheese
Queso

ETA:
Salmon
Turkey
Pork Belly
Ham
Cheese
Baked Beans


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Ed Osteen
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LSUcdro
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re: Different things to do on your smoker
Im sure they taste good but those Oreos look suspect

Mac and Cheese sounds awesome
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re: Different things to do on your smoker
I'm smoking a rib roast this weekend. Smoke to 120, let rest then sear the shite out of it.


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FAP SAM
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Mac and Cheese sounds awesome

It really is, and very easy


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AyyyBaw
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One thing that I've always thought of, but never tried is smoked cracklins. Cube pork belly and smoke until rendered. Almost like pork belly burnt ends, but then drop em in the hot oil at the end just like normal cracklins.


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Ed Osteen
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I'd try them for sure, I saw that picture a few weeks ago and was the first thing I thought of for this thread


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Beef ribs are my favorite.

Pork belly burnt ends are also very good.


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geauxnc0308
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Tuna for smoked tuna salad
Chuck roast for faux burnt ends
Giant arse carnival turkey legs
Smoked deviled eggs
Fatties - ground sausage stuffed with whatever rolled up and wrapped in bacon, google it
Jerk chicken thighs
Reverse seared smoked steaks
Green beans, purple hulls, etc, have to stir pretty regular to get deep smoke flavor
Boudin stuffed bell peppers


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re: Different things to do on your smoker
Smoked homemade Chex Mix


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TigerWise
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re: Different things to do on your smoker
Redfish on the half shell


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Dave_O
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re: Different things to do on your smoker
One of my wife’s favorite things I cook is “smoked potatoes”. Cube up some Yukon golds, toss is olive oil and SPG and put onto a cookie sheet. Onto the smoker at ~325 for about an hour or so until they are tender, moving them around every 20 minutes or so to get a decent crust on all sides.


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quote:

Mac and Cheese sounds awesome


Smoked mac and cheese is the bomb, but don't let it stay in too long The smoke can definitely overpower the flavor.


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MorbidTheClown
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re: Different things to do on your smoker
those pork steaks in the pork steaks thread seem tasty.


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REB BEER
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Please tell me more...temp, time, etc.

Image: https://i.imgur.com/MDXeSMh.jpg


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I do mine at 225-250ish for 2 hours then wrap in foil throw a little butter and go one more hour. Not much to it, they have enough fat you don't have to worry about it drying out so much and the meat is super cheap!


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Stay 'nilla on what I smoke but branching out on how it's used. Smoked meats go so well in all kinds of dishes.


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Smoked meatballs and them put them into a smoked spaghetti with way too much cheese

List eater makes a good one
This post was edited on 10/15 at 5:16 pm


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