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    Ribeye Steak and Homemade Smoked Sausage
    First making the sausage






    On to the MAK set on smoke



    Ribeye Steak seasoned





    Time to plate everything






    This was my first time making sausage. I thought it turned out really good. Enjoy!
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    Nice job, really looks tasty.
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    Great job on the sausage scott! Very nice plate.

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    Greek Easter this weekend and my wife is Greek so I had to do a leg of lamb. Only had Boneless legs, I would prefer to to have a bone in leg.
    The paste is a mix of garlic, butter and herbs with some salt and pepper.
    I cooked the roast at about 325. I didn't get to smoke it at a lower temp first due to time restrictions on the day.









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    Cinco de Mayo today. I love me some Mexican food.

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    Bone in butt. I cut it up and hit it with a little jalapeņo seasoned salt and little Louie's.

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    Onto to MAK for some smoke for an hour or so.

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    Looks good!

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    Next step. Some water onion orange and bay leaf. Simmers until the water is gone and resting in its rendered fat.

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    Almost there!!

    Gonna have to continue this..

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    While you can simply eat as is at this point I like to continue crisping some of the meat a bit more. Can also do in the same pot

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    Looking good!!

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    Staring to get crispy now!

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    I had to do some quality testing. It passed.

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    Meanwhile...(actually beforehand)

    Continued again.

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    Next in the pan.

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    That's some bacon from my homemade MAK bacon.

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    Liquid is some homebrew red ale beer. Pinto beans just joined the party.

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    A little kiss with smoke.

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    Some veggies. Gonna oven roast and pan toast these. I forgot to snap a post roast pic. Made some salsa with these.

    Continued....

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