BBQ/Smoking while having free time

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Re: BBQ/Smoking while having free time

Post by steve a pac » Wed Sep 23 2020 19:37

Scott wrote:
One from a few week ago , a dirty battenburg .
2 lots of sausage meat , haggis and black pudding .
Wrapped in streaky bacon , a rub then smoked .

Only a few slices left in freezer , nice heated up with homemade chutney in bread/roll . Lush brunch snack

Looking good that everything better when wrapped in bacon.

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Re: BBQ/Smoking while having free time

Post by nortchul » Wed Nov 18 2020 19:14

Just tried beer can chicken for the first time.
Rubbed with pit happens, half full can of lager shoved up the cavity to help it stand up.
Smoker sitting at 160°c cooked for 2 hours.
Moist beyond belief and tasteir than Tesco's rotisserie offerings.

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Re: BBQ/Smoking while having free time

Post by steve a pac » Wed Nov 18 2020 20:11

Well done, you can’t beat some beer can chicken :thumbs:

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Re: BBQ/Smoking while having free time

Post by jonsykes » Wed Nov 18 2020 23:01

It's on my to-do list in the wood-fired oven, but I'll have to put it in the cast iron pot to cook it evenly I think.

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Re: BBQ/Smoking while having free time

Post by nortchul » Thu Nov 19 2020 11:42

I spun mine round half way through.

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