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Cactus1
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USA
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Posted - 03/16/2012 :  10:06:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Doing the whole St.Patrick's Day thing. Point piece of corned beef on the WSM. Will grill a whole head of cabbage and simmer potatoes, carrots, and onions in beer on OTG. Kids and their aunt will be here for dinner. Wife will do conventional, she has a flat, in the crock pot. Rye bread, kraut, swiss cheese, & Russian dressing - oldest step-son prefers Reuban's.
Wonder which of us will have more leftovers? Doesn't matter - both will be good.
Have an almost 9 lb. whole pork loin for Sunday. Probably 1/3 rubbed one way, 1/3 rubbed another for the WSM. Will slice other 1/3 for chops on the grill. Will make a Red-Eye BBQ sauce for one of the roasts. Will grill fresh asparagus to go with the chops.

* IHP Cactus Farm & Sauce Shack *
" A Balanced Diet Is A Rib Bone In One Hand
And ... Uh ... Oh Yeah ... Maybe A Chicken Wing In The Other!"
Member - IBS, Nelsen's Hall Bitter's Club, & West Side Rooters Social Club
Whatever You Do - Wherever You Go - Have A Great One!
22 1/2" Weber One Touch Silver (my "go to grill"), 26 3/4" Weber One Touch Gold, 18 1/2" WSM (with basic mods), 22 1/2" WSM (with basic mods), 1970's era Weber Kettle (rescued from & at my Dad's in Ohio - my cooker when I'm there), MasterBuilt Digital Electric

mountainpitbbq
Member

China
3251 Posts

Posted - 03/16/2012 :  10:15:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'll smoke the corned beef as I did last year on my Weber kettle. Cabbage and potatoes, as well as some Guiness and Mcsorleys' will be on hand as well

-Dave Putnam Valley NY Peoria Custom Cooker Backyard 24x48 w/ firebox grill NEBS member KCBS certified bbq judge
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BigOrangeSmoker
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USA
5267 Posts

Posted - 03/16/2012 :  19:11:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
RIB AND CHICKEN PRACTICE

Off The Sauce Cookers
Stump Monster Ordered


Stump Stretch
Orange Nation
Huntsville,Alabama
Eat A Pig Save A Farmer
phil.white@comcast.net
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Farmdog
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1162 Posts

Posted - 03/18/2012 :  07:27:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Just gonna grill up some Brats

Bill
Junction City, KS
Weber 22 inch kettle
Baby Stumps
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BILLYBONESBBQ
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USA
1707 Posts

Posted - 03/18/2012 :  13:40:30  Show Profile  Visit BILLYBONESBBQ's Homepage  Reply with Quote
DOES A COUPLE HOT DOGS WARMED IN SAUERKRAUT QUALIFY ?? I PROMISE TO THINK OF SILKY'S PUB IN LISDOONVARNOE, IRELAND, AS I QUAFF A COUPLE GUINESS

locate billy in Red Keg, michigan - half way between Paradise and Hell
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Cactus1
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USA
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Posted - 03/19/2012 :  01:31:28  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Simmered my taters, carrots, and onions in Harpoon Irish Red. Never had the Harpoon, but I like Irish Red's - both the beer and the beautiful redheads from Ireland.
Forgot when I started the thread ...
Cold smoked - 150 degrees on the WSM with hickory for smoke - my 1st attempt at home made home cured bacon 1st thing Sunday morning. The little taste that I had came out really good. BLT's minus the T for lunch before I go to work today.

* IHP Cactus Farm & Sauce Shack *
" A Balanced Diet Is A Rib Bone In One Hand
And ... Uh ... Oh Yeah ... Maybe A Chicken Wing In The Other!"
Member - IBS, Nelsen's Hall Bitter's Club, & West Side Rooters Social Club
Whatever You Do - Wherever You Go - Have A Great One!
22 1/2" Weber One Touch Silver (my "go to grill"), 26 3/4" Weber One Touch Gold, 18 1/2" WSM (with basic mods), 22 1/2" WSM (with basic mods), 1970's era Weber Kettle (rescued from & at my Dad's in Ohio - my cooker when I'm there), MasterBuilt Digital Electric
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