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    Contest!!! Lets dazzle them!

    Ok you kids know the drill Bring on some great pellet fired chow

    First place $25. Store credit to big poppa smokers
    Second place $15 store credit to big poppa smokers
    Third place. $10 store credit to big poppa smomers



    $5 bucks in credit to bps to all other entries

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    I may be in violation of the rules with this post as we cooked it a few days ago and sliced it now. It is sandwich meat we will be taking to the Stagecoach Music Festival. The eye round roast is from BP meat locker. Cooked to 125 internal. Then wrapped and left out for at least one hour. then in the freezer for two days, next put in the frig for a day to start the thaw. Slice while still a little frozen allows thinner slices and not losing much of the meat juices. Vacuum packed and frozen until time to go. Also cut a few thin steaks from the roast







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    Burgers Chicken and Corn

    Wrap some corn on the cob with some butter, salt and cayenne pepper



    Onto the Mak at 275



    Mak to 375

    Some teriyaki chicken for the wife



    A couple of burgers for me



    Chicken on



    Burgers on



    Wifes plate first. Chicken , salad and some corn off the cob.



    Now mine



    Enjoy!
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    I posted pics of my first ribs on my MAK. How do I get those pics into this contest? Do I have to repost them here?
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    Scott - you can just *edit* your original post, highlight the entire post, copy the post (crtl/c), then paste (ctrl/v) it into this thread. East and fast post into the contest..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kite View Post
    Scott - you can just *edit* your original post, highlight the entire post, copy the post (crtl/c), then paste (ctrl/v) it into this thread. East and fast post into the contest..
    Hey thanks Kite, I will try that
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    Decided to cook ribs for the first time on my new MAK 2.
    Started off by rubbing the Baby backs with vegetable oil. I then rubbed some homemade rub along with some Big Poppas Money rub.
    wrapped up and in the fridge for two hours.




    Set the MAK to 225 F and placed ribs on the upper rack with some BBQ beans and bacon below.





    Cooked for 4 hours at 225. pulled ribs off remove flame zone covers and cranked up to high. brushed ribs with some homemade BBQ sauce and back on the MAK.






    Some Texas Potato's and Corn Casserole




    Homemade from scratch cinnamon rolls for desert


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    I wanted to build layers of flavor, and having enjoyed Chris Lily's peach pulled pork, borrowed from his fondness for pork and peaches. I then used some techniques from Adam Perry Lang to intensify the favors.

    Rub three racks of baby backs with a mustard glue:
    1/4C yellow mustard
    1/4C water
    Tbs Worcestershire
    Tbs apple cider vinegar

    Then a heavy coat of BPS Money
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    On to the grill for 2 hrs, meat side up. I maintained the MAK 2 Star at 275F throughout the entire cook.

    Meanwhile make up a wrapping mixture:
    1C brown sugar
    1C peach preserves
    1/4 C peach nectar

    After 2 hrs, ribs are ready to wrap.
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    Pour equal amounts of the wrapping mixture onto sheets of foil and place each rack meat side down into mixture and seal foil tightly. Return to grill, meat side down for 1hr, turning once.

    After 1hr, remove the ribs from the cooker and let rest for ~15 minutes. Then unwrap the ribs and give another dusting with BPS Money. Then back on to the smoker for 30 minutes.
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    Follow Chris's recipe for peach bbq sauce:
    2C Big Bob Gibson's Red Sauce
    1 can of peaches, drained and chopped

    Mix together over medium heat and summer for 10 minutes.

    After 30 minutes, remove the ribs and give an even coating of the sauce. Then back on to the cooker for 25 minutes.

    Give the ribs a couple sprays with a peach juice spray (1/2 peach nectar, 1/2 water) and remove from the grill.
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    Slice and enjoy!
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    Ran out of pictures on the prior post - did a simple playing with peachy ribs, baked beans, and garlic bread.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1365980050.389080.jpg


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    Beef Ribs... It's what for dinner!

    Started with 2 sides of beef ribs...


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    Used a cherry flavored balsamic glaze and Simply Marvelous cherry rub on one rack of ribs...


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    and a whiskey flavor balsamic glaze with Tatonka Dust seasoning on the other rack.


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    Fired up the grill, set it to 225 and had cherry pellets in the hopper and tube smoker.


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    Seasoned some Potato Grillers with Money rub...


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    and added the Potato Grillers to the grill.


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    Seasoned some vegetable steamers with Desert Gold seasoning.


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    Ribs off the grill and ready to be sliced and served...


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    Getting ready to serve the ribs with a side of Plowboys Sweet 180 BBQ sauce.


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    The meal was delicious as were both flavors on ribs.

    Thanks for looking!

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