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 on: January 26, 2019, 05:49:30 AM 
Started by thedietz - Last post by bel4_20

That's the perfect loaf! looks great!

 on: January 25, 2019, 01:53:56 PM 
Started by thedietz - Last post by thedietz
Not on the keg, but i baked a loaf of bread to take to my parents tonight

 on: January 25, 2019, 06:24:47 AM 
Started by Cajunate - Last post by thedietz
Looks great!  I was starting to think this place was dead.

I've used the keg a little but mostly grilling and making pizzas.  I should smoke something soon.  I always forget to take pictures because i am being peppered with questions and "watch this" from my 3 small kids!  I'll try to start to contribute a bit more.

 on: January 25, 2019, 05:07:36 AM 
Started by Cajunate - Last post by Cajunate

It's been a while since I've done any significance Keg grilling but I did this yesterday.

The other day I wanted to smoke a couple of pork butts for pulled pork. My wife tells me there's a pork butt in the freezer in the laundry room. So I pull it out and put it on a tray to thaw in and head to the outside fridge and I notice it's not a butt but giant pork country ribs. So I still put it in the fridge to thaw. It was so big I knew it would take a few days. So yesterday I figured they were thawed enough to cook. I seasoned them up and put 'em back in the fridge while I got the Keg heated up. I lit the Keg and got it up to a little over 400 degrees, added a nice big chunk of apple wood for smoke and put the meat directly on the cast iron grate to get some smoky goodness. After about half an hour I flipped them so the other side could get a little of the charring and smokiness. Another half hour later I removed the pork and put it in an oval aluminum pan(disposable of course). took the grate out and added another. chunk of apple wood and two sheets of aluminum foil to act as a diffuser but not a heat sink, put the grate back on and the pan of pork on the grate. I added a good bit of BBQ sauce and some water then loosely covered the pan with another sheet of foil. While that was going outside I threw together a potato salad and barbecue baked beans. Two hours later after braising in the BBQ sauce and still taking in some of that smoke the country style ribs(with bone in)were done. The tops had a sticky, candy like bark on them which wasn't dry but moist. I rang the dinner bell(not really a bell but a loud "y'all, dinner is ready"). When serving, the ribs were falling apart. They were dark and my son asked if it was burnt ends but that was just the sauce covering the top of the pan's delicious braised pork.  These were some of the best! It was quiet during dinner as everyone was enjoying their meal. Now I still need to get some pork butts to make pulled pork.

 on: January 14, 2019, 03:35:46 PM 
Started by uncle - Last post by bel4_20
Thats fantastic! All of it!!

 on: January 14, 2019, 06:07:15 AM 
Started by uncle - Last post by Dataspaz
German chocolate........................mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

 on: January 13, 2019, 02:35:39 PM 
Started by uncle - Last post by uncle
Got 11 inches of snow so I thought why not cook a cake the cake was a German chocolate  and when the cake was done I  cooked a frozen dinner which was ham, cheese and potato bake which was very good and the cake was also great.

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 on: January 11, 2019, 04:03:01 PM 
Started by Dataspaz - Last post by bel4_20
What a beauty! Shocked

 on: January 11, 2019, 08:48:27 AM 
Started by Dataspaz - Last post by Dataspaz
Did up a small turkey over the break. It came out really good.

 on: January 05, 2019, 06:16:43 PM 
Started by Cajunate - Last post by bel4_20
Phenomenal!  Shocked

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