Fired up the smoker this morning

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  1. Arkansascatman777

    Arkansascatman777 New Member

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    I decided to rest today and get ready to return back to work on Monday :angry::smile2:. I fired up the smoker and put on a wild hog front shoulder and ham. I'll post some pics later today on what the finished product looked like. I put onions and red bell peppers and some other seasonings on them then added 1 beer to each. I'll smoke them at 250 degrees for a couple of hours open then close the tin foil over the top, throw in some baking poatoes then smoke for an additional 4 hours or so.heres some pics to get your mouths watering :wink:.
     

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  2. Dirtdobber

    Dirtdobber Guest Staff Member

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    Dang Wish I didn't have a bunch of plumbing to do. It would be ready by the time I got there with the ice tea and sour dough bread.:smile2::smile2::smile2:

    Looks good.
     

  3. Arkansascatman777

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    The smell was making me hungry so I throwed in some sausages and had a couple for breakfast :big_smile:. The rest I put back in the package and they will have a good smoke flavor when I put them in the microwave later in the week. This is a good tip for when you have the smoker fired up. I have also done this with bacon at a really low temp and the smoked flavor in the bacon is really good.
     

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  4. plainsman

    plainsman New Member Supporting Member

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    I'm hungry already, but my wife wanting to clean up threw away the racks for my smoker. How is that smoked beer?
     
  5. festus

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    This sounds and looks great, Johnny. Was this wild hog a Russian Boar, or a wild domestic hog? Do the wild hogs taste as good as the tame ones?
     
  6. Arkansascatman777

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    2 of them were black russians and the other one was mixed or at least it had a lot of white on it. One had about 2 inch tusks razor sharp. They taste great.
     
  7. Arkansascatman777

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    I eat too much :eek:oooh::smile2:.
     
  8. Big Sam

    Big Sam Well-Known Member

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    I knew i smelled something good from the north wind yesterday!!!:eek:oooh::tounge_out: Yes glad ya smoked the pig to bring for sandwiches at Tawakoni:eek:oooh::cool2::wink:
     
  9. thunderchicken

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    Man that sounds so good. What kind of wood did you use, hickory or maybe pecan???

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  10. Arkansascatman777

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    Mike I used hickory this time but have some pecan in the wood pile also, I like both.
     
  11. JEFFRODAMIS

    JEFFRODAMIS New Member

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    Id settle for the beer right bout now///looks delicious brotha