New things will be coming to this location. Hopefully soon.
So much zucchini that we put it on pizza. Also grilled up a bunch for a feta salad.
We were visited by our friends from Long Island so we decided to have some fun.
Follow the pictures for a smoking of a full sized port butt. My first time trying something this large.
The rub was my standard that I use on pork. The recipe has been posted previously.
The night before I seasoned in and wrapped it up in plastic wrap.
It was about 6am when I went outside to start the BGE.
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Used a mix of apple and cherry wood chunks.
Its looking pretty good already and it hasn’t even started.
Almost forgot the injection. Good think I remembered.
A few hours in and its starting to look good.
Skip ahead of few hours and the Resin has been broken out. Love that stuff.
In an effort to be heat efficient, I surrounded the butt with potatoes and roasted garlic.
The final result was delicious. It was delicious.
I’m working on emptying my phone and putting up posts that I’ve slacked on. Here’s a picture from back in May. We don’t remember what kind of meat it was. I suspect beef with some sort of flavoring. 🙂
I need to work on “cleaning” out the freezer so I cooked up some tasty meat last Sunday.
A 2.75 lb beef brisket in the middle with a pork country rib on each side.
Here they are at the beginning of the 5 hours.
I mopped every hour or so. It was a mix of beer, white vinegar and spices.
The final product.
I don’t have a picture of it but my new favorite dipping sauce came out of the cook book. “Texas Style” sauce – pan drippings mixed with ketchup. I wasn’t sure at first if it would be good but I loved it. The vinegar of the mop mixed with the spices and ketchup was delicious. Worked great with the beef.