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  1. #11
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    What a nasty thing to do to someone that has an empty stomach. Now that is an entree that I could get used to Tim. Only you could come up with an encore like that.
    I am slowly getting back to the real world and will be cooking again soon. Last month was a bummer. First Mama then 20 days laterI lost dad, but hey, the sun is shinning and it's 95degs on the back porch and I just received a new toy. Motor freight dropped it off yesterday. Got me a 48" round rock pit grill and roto that should be able to take care of any cooks that come along. Next thing I be looking for ( at ) maybe a UDS or a smoker that will fit in a 4' space on my back porch. Ideas?. I've sure missed you folks at the joint, but like a bad penny???
    E.T.
    JennAir-750-0141 ng
    JennAir Rotisserie
    E-Z Que Roto, 8" Basket
    Rib O Lator
    Acu-Rite Digital Probe
    Maverick ET-72 Remote Probe
    Brisket Rack
    Heat Vent Blocks.
    1 1/2"x1 1/2" SS Angle piece,Smoke and Heat control
    Sub Grate Between Burners and Main Grill.
    No Flare Square Ceramic Tiles
    Kiln Shelving dividers
    17"x23" pizza stone



  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siesta Man View Post
    Next thing I be looking for ( at ) maybe a UDS or a smoker that will fit in a 4' space on my back porch. Ideas?. I've sure missed you folks at the joint, but like a bad penny???
    E.T.
    Well then all I've got to say is thank god for bad pennies!

    I've got an idea for you. How about one of these?

  3. #13
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    We love bad pennies like you around here! Welcome back! Sorry for all your trials.

    Soon as you're up to it, we'd love to see that new grill!

    And you can't go wrong with a UDS!
    "Once I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken."

    Tom, smoker of meats and fine cigars
    UDS, The Topper
    Weber One Touch Silver 22.5 in.
    Comalco Black Dog w/ CG SFB
    Gas Turkey Fryer


  4. #14
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    Thanks guys, I think that the new toy will keep me entertained for a while. Thanks Tim for the link. I'm still in the thinking stage. Those smokers look awesome. I'll do my burn in tommorow and try a cook this weekend. Will post some pics etc. E.T.
    JennAir-750-0141 ng
    JennAir Rotisserie
    E-Z Que Roto, 8" Basket
    Rib O Lator
    Acu-Rite Digital Probe
    Maverick ET-72 Remote Probe
    Brisket Rack
    Heat Vent Blocks.
    1 1/2"x1 1/2" SS Angle piece,Smoke and Heat control
    Sub Grate Between Burners and Main Grill.
    No Flare Square Ceramic Tiles
    Kiln Shelving dividers
    17"x23" pizza stone



  5. #15
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    Aug 2011
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    Sort en Chalosse, France
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    Italian Beef, do not know what the other is.
    Cal
    Hardware : Cold smoker, Weber kettle copy, SFB stick burner, Weber Spirit E-310

  6. #16
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    The other is the hot pepper and veggie relish to put on it.

    Italian Beef (debris style)

    3# chuck roast

    1 or 2 bottles mild whole pepperoncini (stems removed, liquid included)

    1 or 2 heads of garlic

    2 cans cheap domestic beer

    2-3 TBS Italian herbs (seasonings)

    Beef extract** to taste.

    Brown beef in 2 TBS oil or butter in Dutch oven.

    Add other ingredients all but the second bottle of pepperoncini.

    Bring to a boil and simmer covered until fork tender.

    Break down beef , add more pepperoncini if desired , then serve on well structure roll soaking the brad with the "gravy".

    **for beef extract, you can use concentrated bouillon, BV liquid beef concentrate, my Deep Beef powder, or anything similar.
    Last edited by SmokyOkie; 04-25-2012 at 11:23 AM.

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Italian Beef (debris style)

    .....1 or 2 heads of garlic

    2 cans cheap domestic

    2-3 TBS Italian herbs (seasonings).....
    Got it, thanks, one last question - If I can't find any "Domestic" can I use some "foreign" ?
    Cal
    Hardware : Cold smoker, Weber kettle copy, SFB stick burner, Weber Spirit E-310

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  9. #19
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    Looks good! Gonna have to try it
    ~Mike~
    www.buttloversbbq.com
    Big Green Egg - Large
    Backwoods - Custom Party
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