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  1. #1
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    Default Buck Board bacon first

    Hey here is my 1st attempt at buckboard bacon,,,cured with High Mt cure..
    I used pork butt....boned it out and cure applyed.





    Cured in fridge and in plastic bag Ziplock gal size.Smoked with Apple and a little cherry wood and probly pecan if i rember right...lol
    Sliced





    Fryed it up big hit here...not salty at all...
    It was great and i vac sealed the slices up before we ate the whole thing up.lol


    So many smokers so little time
    Decisions, decisions, gas, lump, chip, chunks.

    Brinkman Smoking Pit Professional w/Baffel mods
    2 ECB Smoking Grills Married w/mod
    Char-Broil Propane Grill
    Strato Golden Clasic Propane w/mod
    GOSM Propane w/mod For Vertical Smoker
    ( Wok rack on a Brake drum. Lump and Chunks)
    Ugly Drum Smoker

  2. #2
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    Man that looks good. I've still got to try the BBB.

  3. #3
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    Looks great, was the fat similar to regular bacon fat? Great Job!
    ~Brian~
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  4. #4
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    Mmmmmmmmmm that looks good.
    Jim

  5. #5
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    What I have been told that the bacon dont take the cure like Meat does but it had a bacon flavor to me cured and smoked...I had about 5 hrs of cold smoke didnt get over about 100* tryed to keep it below 90* but to be honest had a few spikes smoked it in my GOSM with wok mods and small lump and apple and cherry,,,, and small pecan on the other half....


    So many smokers so little time
    Decisions, decisions, gas, lump, chip, chunks.

    Brinkman Smoking Pit Professional w/Baffel mods
    2 ECB Smoking Grills Married w/mod
    Char-Broil Propane Grill
    Strato Golden Clasic Propane w/mod
    GOSM Propane w/mod For Vertical Smoker
    ( Wok rack on a Brake drum. Lump and Chunks)
    Ugly Drum Smoker

  6. #6
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    Tulsa
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    Good lookin bacon.

    I can just see a plate of that fried up with a couple over easy on top and hash browns on the side.

  7. #7
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    being new to smoking, im not sure i understand cold smoking, anyone got a cold smoking for dummies handbook honest im not sure i understand? i need to get this, because i need to make my own bacon
    Life @ Home Party Grill
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  8. #8
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    Good looking bacon. I haven't tried that yet, but my turn is comin'.
    Keith

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