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    Salmonsmoker, that Chicken looks great. My first attempt, the skin was tough. I'll have to give it another try soon.

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    Wneill20, Looks great. I have a small brisket flat in the freezer. My Dad's wife is begging me to make her Montreal smoked meat. Your meat is perfectly cooked. You'll have to share your recipe. Cheers!

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    Ok Kids...who wants a free jar of the new sweet money rub?

    I used a store bought corn beef soaked in water for two hours changing the water ever half hour. Smoke it at 275 until IT was 165 put in pan with the veggies and bottle of beer covered until it was tender about two more hours.
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    Well did a tri tip and used some 3eyz on it and I finished it off with some gun powder, It came out pretty good just wish I could have got a whole shot of the tri tip but I forgot.

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    All the food looks great. Sorry I missed the party The kids are full blown Lacrosse now and the weekends are crazy on my end. Great cooks everyone.
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    Keep them coming! Post in this thread, or create your own in the gallery. You have until Friday, March 15!!! Get those entries in so I can send you some Sweet Money--its delicious BTW. I tried it this weekend on chicken.

    If you have posted, please email, or send me a PM with your screen name & real name so I know where to send your goodies. Or if you are planning on placing an order feel free to add in the comments that you earned a bottle of Sweet Money!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdad View Post
    All the food looks great. Sorry I missed the party The kids are full blown Lacrosse now and the weekends are crazy on my end. Great cooks everyone.
    Its not too late! You have until Friday to post & win!

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    I made a tri-tip this past Saturday. I covered it in olive oil first, then Money and Little Louie's seasoning.
    20 minutes on the smoker, then turned it over for another 30. Then on a grill on high for a minute on each side.
    The bread is a loaf of italian bread, butter, money and little louie's as well. I put it on the smoker for about 5 min to melt the butter and make it nice and warm.




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    Looks great Jack!
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    Mo Money

    Like others I have been cooking just not snapping photos of the same old stuff. But for FREE stuff. All bets are off(First horse racing reference, with Santa Anita this weekend) (And we have a family event Saturday, who plans without checking the BBQ schedule?) The Cooking Form shows up today are Chicken thighs @ 3-2 Bok Choy @ 5-3, Brussel Sprouts @ 3-1 and Onion @ 2-1. these thoroughbred of food will be spiced up with Big Poppa Smoker Rubs. Riding the bottom grate which runs at 350 will be the chicken and onion. Riding the top grate at 325 is the Bok Choy and the sprouts are in the Cast iron pan with a little grape seed oil.


    Face down in the feed trough of balsamic , the sprouts soak up the goodness


    Butter bacon bits and BPS spice in the onions feed bag


    Bok Choy waiting to load the gates


    Pellet dust for more smoke


    My hat smells a lot better now!


    The favorite and always in the "Money" the chicken thighs.

    They're off (actually on) Cooking away on the drum. With the Chicken in the lead , then the onion with the Sprouts coming up third and the Bok Choy bringing up the tail end.


    Sweet Money Shot.

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