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Jebby14

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Posted: 06/16/20 06:58am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

doing chicken quarters and ribs this weekend. what should I do with it?

usual sides are:
smoked baked beans
smoked mac and cheese
smoke potatoes
potatoe salad
cucumber and tomato salad
bruschetta


looking for something new. im keen on cool sides with some acidity to cut the grease.

* This post was edited 06/29/20 07:31am by Jebby14 *


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Corn on the cob
Broccoli salad
Coleslaw


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Baked Potato
Coleslaw


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Posted: 06/16/20 08:12am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

ABTs! (smoked stuffed jalapeno poppers) since you're already smoking the meats!

jalapeno_poppers

I always do my baked beans in the smoker if I'm smoking pork or beef, and put them under the meat so all those delicious drippings find their way into the beans.

One of my aunts always brought this to potluck picnics - was one of my favorites

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Posted: 06/16/20 08:25am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

In NY Salt Potatoes go with any cookout.


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never did poppers in the smoker. thats on the list for sure!

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beer!

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Risotto Rice is a nice change
add some pineapple tidbits and walnuts to a regular tossed salad


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smarty wrote:

beer!
That just goes without saying,you can't grill, smoke or any other form of outside cooking, without beer, i think it's illegal , or at least immoral. [emoticon]

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Jebby14 wrote:

never did poppers in the smoker. thats on the list for sure!


They are awesome but my one tip or recommendation is to slightly par cook the bacon a bit as the smoker temps tend to not crisp it well. I put the bacon in the microwave for at least a minute to give it a head start, still plenty flexible for wrapping.

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