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Thread: What Will You Smoke For Smoke Day This Year?

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    TVWBB Hall of Fame Bob H.'s Avatar
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    Arrow What Will You Smoke For Smoke Day This Year?

    So many choices available..... I will be smoking a Chuckeye steak, a chicken breast, and a nice pork chop. All low and slow, and hope to
    figure out how to get them done at the same time. Choice of wood this year is oak, and all on the WSM 14.5.

    What will you smoke for Smoke Day?

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    I'm doing the usual pork butt. I've done one every year on smoke day for the last dozen years. I use the Renowned Mr. Brown recipe. Lately, I've been doing both mustard and vinegar sauce for serving.
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    I'm leaning toward a smoked meatloaf. Haven't done that since forever.

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    Smoking some spare ribs. Mustard coated and then spiced with Jeff Phillips rub. Using the 3-2-1 method.
    2009 18" WSM, Smokey Joe

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    As that Sunday is also John Wayne’s birthday (111 this year), I am planning a party for Sunday which will include but not be limited to, brisket, pulled pork, maybe ribs, salad, beans, pie, Wild Turkey, Sauza Conmemerativo tequila.
    Will have my band buddies over for the feasting too so, also on tap will be music, and merriment!
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    I'm thinking baby backs, or spares. I did a couple of pork butts a few weeks ago so the freezer is still full.

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    Unfortunately, we won't be participating in Smoke day this year. We're heading to the south side of town and going camping.
    But I'm gonna grill something! Does that count?
    Lagers and pilsners and ales, oh my!

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    We're going to a new (to is) campground in Boone over the holiday, and we decided all our meals would be cooked outside either on the grill, smoker, plow disc wok, or dutch oven! If I take my mini, it will be pulled pork, if I take the 22" WSM, brisket will be on the menu..decisions decisions....
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    I canít decide between pork butt or brisket.

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    I have smoked six briskets for three separate occasions over the past three weeks. I am going with pork butt. I'll be making some jalapeno poppers too.
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