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Smoked my first turkey breast on my "new" Weber smoker.

Best turkey I've ever had.

Very nice. Next time, if you haven't ever tried it, put some fruit in the rack below for aromatics. A few halved apples and a lemon. Some swear you can't taste the difference, but I think you definitely can. We used to smoke chicken breast with hickory and apple wood, then add some halved apples directly below. Best chicken ever.

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Too lazy to cook lately. Even though it's been hot I stop nightly, if I don't golf, and pick up a medium combo pho no noodles with extra tripe and tendon.

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Yellow coconut curry chicken with sauteed sugar snap peas and coconut ginger fried rice. Last night's dinner was chorizo stuffed sweet peppers and guacamole. I forgot to take a picture, and they didn't last too long...

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Smoked my first turkey breast on my "new" Weber smoker.

Best turkey I've ever had.


I've only had my smoker out once this year to make some moink balls and pork chops. Love me some slow smoked meat. :drool:

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I've only had my smoker out once this year to make some moink balls and pork chops. Love me some slow smoked meat.

I was really nervous about "Moink Balls" since I had to Google what the hell they were. Now that I did, I will definitely be making these sometime. (They're bacon wrapped meatballs smothered in bbq sauce for those who are curious)

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I was really nervous about "Moink Balls" since I had to Google what the hell they were. Now that I did, I will definitely be making these sometime. (They're bacon wrapped meatballs smothered in bbq sauce for those who are curious)


They are awesome. I try different combos. I think my favorite is sausage balls that I roll in a rub, then generously wrap in bacon and sprinkle with a bit of brown sugar for flavor. I put them on the top rack of the smoker and let the bacon grease drip on the pork chops below. I guess those would just be oink balls though.

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I am hoping to smoke my first brisket here soon. I had an UDS smoker which I miss and loved, now it have a smokey mountain from Weber which I like but not as much as my UDS. Any good brisket advice out there. I have done scores of Boston Butts and a few ribs but no brisket yet.

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I am hoping to smoke my first brisket here soon. I had an UDS smoker which I miss and loved, now it have a smokey mountain from Weber which I like but not as much as my UDS. Any good brisket advice out there. I have done scores of Boston Butts and a few ribs but no brisket yet.


I've never attempted brisket myself. I've heard they can be a bit tricky.

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I've never attempted brisket myself. I've heard they can be a bit tricky.

Yeah my wife wants me to make one for a special occasion but I want to do a trial run.

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