How about a contest to liven things up?
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    Administrator Big Poppa's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
    La Quinta California

    How about a contest to liven things up?

    A little quiet around here this week! Remember before you know it you will be in winter! Attack Summer!

    Here we go

    We are going to have Matt in the bps office judge this week Get your entries in by midnight sunday pacific standard time

    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 Smokers

    $5 credit for all other posted entries!

    Bring it on!

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    Aug 2013
    Indio, CA

    Lets see some awesome food, I'll be watching! (and drooling)

    Good luck to all!

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    BP, you were reading my mind!
    MAK 1 Star General #651 - 2014 Model
    former owner - MAK 1 Star General #171
    22.5" Weber Performer with Stoven Pellet Grill attachment
    27 + year old 22.5" Weber Kettle (still works fine)
    Modified Horizontal Offset Smoker - used mainly for cold smoking.

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    Moderator scooter's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    SF Bay Area, CA
    Do we need to have 6 entries to have a contest?
    - MAK owner for life! -
    2015 2 Star General prototype #0 with WiFi and beta FlashFire™ Ignition System
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    Administrator Big Poppa's Avatar
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    La Quinta California
    usual rules apply except for the judge this week

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    Senior Member RickB's Avatar
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    Oct 2011
    Atlanta Ga
    Yea I'm in. Lobster salad BLT

    Lobster tails with some spice

    Bacon with some Happy Endings

    On the Mak

    Lobster done

    Bacon done

    Look at this home grown mater!!!!

    Lobster salad made

    Lobster BLT

    Keep Smoking My Friends

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    Senior Member MossyMO's Avatar
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    Jan 2012
    Glenburn, ND

    BBQ Chicken, Bacon Wrapped Corn & Creamy Broccoli/Cauliflower Salad

    Seasoned the chicken thighs with Mo'-Rockin' Chickin seasoning and wrapped some Indian corn from the farmers market with bacon and onto the Yoder with some apple smoke.


    Basted the chicken with Chile Slinger Sweet & Smoky Chipotle BBQ sauce.


    BBQ Chicken, Bacon Wrapped Corn on the Cob & Creamy Broccoli/Cauliflower Salad

    Thanks for looking!

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    Dang not home this weekend. Love me a contest

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    Jan 2012
    Lake Stevens, WA
    East meets....Smoke!
    Sweet and sour chicken with a twist - smoke.

    Put the chicken in the smoker with some apple pellets for a half hour cold smoke.
    Green and red peppers and pineapple get some roasting in the drum.
    Chicken bites in egg wash and flour with some desert gold rub and into oil for a browning. Then into a baking dish with onion, peppers and pineapple layered on top. Sweet and sour sauce poured over all and into the drum with some apple pellets for a bake.
    Served over a bed of rice. This turned out really good. Even got raves from the wife.

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    Senior Member Tatonka3A2's Avatar
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    Jan 2012
    Glenburn, ND

    Chicken Sausage Stuffed Peppers and Green Beans

    First time doing stuffed peppers. Used some homemade chicken sausage that we had in the freezer.

    Chicken Artichoke Sausage

    Buffalo Chicken Sausage

    Thawed the sausage and removed it from the casing so that I would have a bulk sausage. Fried up each flavor separately and set aside for mixing.

    To the Chicken Artichoke sausage I added some cut up artichoke hearts, some cooked spinach, and some shredded mozzarella cheese. To the Buffalo Chicken sausage I added some chopped up cooked cauliflower, some blue cheese crumbles, and a little buffalo wing sauce. Took each mixture and stuffed into the bell pepper half and into a disposable pan for grilling.

    Went onto the grill cooking indirect at 350° with MHC (Maple/Hickory/Cherry) pellets in the hopper.

    About half way through cooking I added some green beans onto the grill. Added to the green beans was - bacon, red onions, butter and seasoned with Tatonka Dust.

    Almost finished - topped the stuffed peppers with some shredded cheese.


    Had to slice them open to get an inside shot as well.

    Last edited by Tatonka3A2; 07-20-2014 at 08:10 PM.


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