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Just loaded the smoker with 2 packer briskets. Now time to wait it out!

Gonna be eating brisket for a while, and loading the freezer too! Love the brisket!
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Smoked some lamb shanks with apple and cherry. 3-3.5 hours on the BBQ

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From before the snow fall.
Hasselback potatoes and boneless strip loin smoked over mesquite.
All the fatty flavour goodness dripping onto the potatoes.
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Feb 8th, 2019 10:47 pm
What kinda wood sticks are those?
The chunk at the top is apple, the sticks are cherry. Generally like getting bigger chunks but the orchard I got them from only had sticks left.
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BongoBong wrote:
Feb 8th, 2019 11:56 pm
The chunk at the top is apple, the sticks are cherry. Generally like getting bigger chunks but the orchard I got them from only had sticks left.
Nice. I love fruit wood. I used to be such a hickory guy. Now its all about apple wood for me!
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Feb 9th, 2019 9:52 am
Nice. I love fruit wood. I used to be such a hickory guy. Now its all about apple wood for me!
Growing up my dad had a home built smoke house (it was huge) and all he used was apple wood. Any time someone cut down an apple tree he went to get the wood, we had a big pile in the back yard, comparable to what others had for their fireplace. I still prefer the taste of apple wood and use it most, I guess because its the taste I grew up with.
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Some bacon wrapped meatballs I made recently

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Frank311 wrote:
Feb 19th, 2019 4:08 pm
For anyone with a pellet grill, Costco has the Pit Boss pellets online at a decent price. $34.79 for a 40lb bag, including shipping (~$0.87/lb).

Here's their competition blend, they also carry hickory and apple:
https://www.costco.ca/Pit-Boss-Competit ... 27300.html
In store 33lb traeger gourmet blend for $25, up a dollar from last year. Just back in stock at our store.
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Keelie wrote:
Feb 19th, 2019 11:11 pm
In store 33lb traeger gourmet blend for $25, up a dollar from last year. Just back in stock at our store.
Awesome. That's a better deal for sure. I haven't seen it in my store yet but good to know they're coming back.

Edit: Saw them today at the Oshawa store, they're $27 now.
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Some jalapeno cheese sausages with potatoes and asparagus.

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Did smoked turkey legs (massive ones). Basic BBQ rub and mopped with a basic BBQ sauce towards the end of the cook. Skin wasn't great unfortunately but the meat was very good.

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Bought a side of lamb. I normally "butterfly" a leg of lamb and do a garlic, rosemary, dijon mustard but for this one went with a soya sauce, honey, ginger, chilli's marinate.

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Side of lamb had a bunch of random pieces so salted them and roasted them slow over a low fire intending to eat some of the meat and make a soup from the rest of the meat/bones. The meat on that weird rack of ribs that looks like a Y was actually amazing which was a pleasant surprise

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BongoBong wrote:
Mar 5th, 2019 7:31 pm
Some jalapeno cheese sausages with potatoes and asparagus.

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Did smoked turkey legs (massive ones). Basic BBQ rub and mopped with a basic BBQ sauce towards the end of the cook. Skin wasn't great unfortunately but the meat was very good.

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Bought a side of lamb. I normally "butterfly" a leg of lamb and do a garlic, rosemary, dijon mustard but for this one went with a soya sauce, honey, ginger, chilli's marinate.

Image Image

Side of lamb had a bunch of random pieces so salted them and roasted them slow over a low fire intending to eat some of the meat and make a soup from the rest of the meat/bones. The meat on that weird rack of ribs that looks like a Y was actually amazing which was a pleasant surprise

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