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Kevin B.

OLAF
Premium Member
Location
Stinkwater
(butter would have been nice, but I didn't see how to pack that in.
I've seen guys put a stick of butter in a ziploc and then in a small water bottle. It won't go bad over a couple days, and if you bury it in your pack the water in the bottle will insulate it and keep it solid.
 

DAA

Premium Member
Premium Member
Ghee packs well, without any special handling. Concentrated butter, basically. Real butter with a more buttery flavor. Easier to fry with than regular butter, takes a lot more heat. I eat a lot of it camping. I even add it to bacon in the pan for extra fatty fat in my diet. It goes good in coffee with heavy whipping cream too.

- DAA
 

Greg

Wanderlusting
Admin
Smoked 2 racks of ribs on the Treager today.... they are serious better than Famous Dave's or Rib City grill. I can't believe how well they came out, the perfect balance of tenderness. It took 6 hours, using the 3-2-1 method. I'm way impressed....


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ID Bronco

Registered User
Location
Idaho Falls, ID
No pictures, but yesterday I had a BLT with lettuce and tomatoes from the garden and a liberal amount of bacon. I love harvest time!
 

Noahfecks

El Destructo!
Premium Member
Bacon Candy

A whole pork belly diced into cubes, seasoned, smoke for 2.5 hours
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What could make bacon better? Brown sugar and butter. Back into the smoke for another 2 hours
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Pulled them off and let them sit for a while because Broncos. Back into the box for 15 minutes to let the glaze set.
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All done, now if Keenum could stop throwing interceptions all would be right with the world
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Noahfecks

El Destructo!
Premium Member
Packer briscut

S&P and season, into the smoke for 4 hours
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Internal temperature 165, bring it out and wrap in foil. Back on the smoke until it hits 200 internal temperature
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Nothing to take a picture of but wrapped in a towel and into a dry cooler for a couple hours

Finished product
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Jay5.9L

...I just filled the cup.
Location
Riverton
Me too. Just hard to justify dropping the coin for one. Plus there are so many to choose from. I hear that Treager is good but you pay for the name and others are better for less $.
 

Jay5.9L

...I just filled the cup.
Location
Riverton
I’m excited. Supposed to be a pretty good rig. How are you smoker guys storing the pellets? I got a 5 gallon bucket and one of those fancy screw of lids but it too small for a whole bag. Looking into air tight dog food containers like this:
 

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Jay5.9L

...I just filled the cup.
Location
Riverton
First cook with the pork belly “burnt ends” and a Tri Tip.
 

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