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  Topic: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
rolltide

Replies: 7
Views: 1584

PostForum: Beef Recipes   Posted: Wed Jan 03 18 12:31 am   Subject: Results...
Ok, here is the outcome and some notes for those seeking it...

- 22# corned beef
- 12 hour water bath (changed every 2 hours)
- rubbed night prior to cook
- sat for 1 hour prior to smoke
- 12 h ...
  Topic: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
rolltide

Replies: 7
Views: 1584

PostForum: Beef Recipes   Posted: Sun Dec 31 17 9:15 pm   Subject: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
I think he is right.it will take 7-10 hours for 22 pieces of meat.and yes it will okay to chill in the fridge overnight.

Thanks Jane, just to clarify this is a 22 (pound) corned beef...not 22 piece ...
  Topic: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
rolltide

Replies: 7
Views: 1584

PostForum: Beef Recipes   Posted: Sat Dec 30 17 9:45 pm   Subject: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
Do you think it would be ok to chill in fridge over night?
  Topic: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
rolltide

Replies: 7
Views: 1584

PostForum: Beef Recipes   Posted: Sat Dec 30 17 5:40 am   Subject: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
Thanks for the detailed response here and on other posts I've been reading. So you think it will only take 8-10 hours for a 22# piece of meat?

I'm probably going to serve it the same day it finish ...
  Topic: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
rolltide

Replies: 7
Views: 1584

PostForum: Beef Recipes   Posted: Fri Dec 29 17 12:36 pm   Subject: 22# Corned Beef...new some guidence
This will not be my first attempt at a fauxstrami, but it will be the first at 22 lbs. This thing is a beast.

I will do the rince, water-bath, rub, rest prior to a 250 deg smoke on my Yoder (not s ...
  Topic: First Pastrami - too late?
rolltide

Replies: 9
Views: 7548

PostForum: Cured Meat Recipes   Posted: Tue Feb 03 15 12:18 am   Subject: This was amazing...
Really happy with the way this turned out...

http://s27.postimg.org/dexqa3wkj/2015_02_01_18_15_48.jpg
  Topic: First Pastrami - too late?
rolltide

Replies: 9
Views: 7548

PostForum: Cured Meat Recipes   Posted: Thu Jan 29 15 2:21 am   Subject: First Pastrami - too late?
Thanks guys. Got ahold of a 10# brined corned beef. Other than the rub just smoke it as if its a brisket?
  Topic: First Pastrami - too late?
rolltide

Replies: 9
Views: 7548

PostForum: Cured Meat Recipes   Posted: Thu Jan 29 15 12:16 am   Subject: First Pastrami - too late?
also....

going to go and look for a "Brined Corned Beef" and see about just smoking that since I may be short on time. Thoughts on this as well?
  Topic: First Pastrami - too late?
rolltide

Replies: 9
Views: 7548

PostForum: Cured Meat Recipes   Posted: Thu Jan 29 15 12:11 am   Subject: First Pastrami - too late?
Trying to find something different for the SB (5 days away). Have I missed my window to brine a brisket to smoke a pastrami? Even if so, would it be worth the smoke to go ahead and do anyway?

Tha ...
  Topic: Power went out, question on temps
rolltide

Replies: 3
Views: 760

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Fri Jul 15 11 8:27 pm   Subject: Power went out, question on temps
Posting on behalf of my friend...

He was cooking a butt last night and the breaker that the DigiQII was plugged into popped. When he awoke to check on the status of the cook the cooker was at 190 ...
  Topic: Butt did not cool off! Need help before I serve for Fathers
rolltide

Replies: 14
Views: 1843

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Jun 19 11 9:16 pm   Subject: Butt did not cool off! Need help before I serve for Fathers
Cooked a butt yesterday and put in fridge without pulling first. I put the towels on top that I used to rest in the cooler and I prevented the butt from cooling down like it normally would have.

S ...
  Topic: HELP!! - Food Temp during rest
rolltide

Replies: 3
Views: 793

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sat May 29 10 7:24 pm   Subject: HELP!! - Food Temp during rest
Cooked all day yesterday (4 butts) and finished at 12am (195 internal). Wanted food to rest as opposed to throw right on ice, so I wrapped really well and let sit in my smoker and I killed the fire. ...
  Topic: Fryer - anyone recommend one
rolltide

Replies: 2
Views: 1806

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Tue Apr 28 09 2:58 am   Subject: Fryer - anyone recommend one
Looking for a small fryer to do like hush-puppies in. Portable. Any suggestions?
  Topic: Pork box - what am I doing wrong?
rolltide

Replies: 12
Views: 3990

PostForum: Competition BBQ   Posted: Wed Apr 22 09 2:30 am   Subject: Pork box - what am I doing wrong?

so I am trying to work on presentation.

Question: two of the boxes above I have seen on this site. Do most presentations look this way where you have different cuts of meat? I thought most jus ...
  Topic: Pork box - what am I doing wrong?
rolltide

Replies: 12
Views: 3990

PostForum: Competition BBQ   Posted: Mon Apr 20 09 10:57 pm   Subject: Pork box - what am I doing wrong?
Thanks for replies...

Here are the scores for the pork...
766 789 788 778 777 767

I thought the butt was pretty good as far as taste/tenderness. We have scores and walked on butts that we ...
  Topic: Pork box - what am I doing wrong?
rolltide

Replies: 12
Views: 3990

PostForum: Competition BBQ   Posted: Thu Apr 16 09 1:15 am   Subject: Pork box - what am I doing wrong?
I have researched the web and I may not be putting enough product in the box, secondly I notice some lay the pieces sideways so you have a visual of the bark thru the ring and down the meat...all in a ...
  Topic: Last Backyard Scores...going PRO!
rolltide

Replies: 7
Views: 2271

PostForum: Competition BBQ   Posted: Wed Oct 29 08 3:44 am   Subject: Last Backyard Scores...going PRO!
Thanks for input.

So you know the pork WAS dry. I was not crazy about it, but trying to figure out a better way to present.

Ribs definetely need to be cut more even.

Chicken actually looke ...
  Topic: Last Backyard Scores...going PRO!
rolltide

Replies: 7
Views: 2271

PostForum: Competition BBQ   Posted: Thu Oct 23 08 2:34 am   Subject: Last Backyard Scores...going PRO!
This past event in Canton, GA (Cherokee Pignic) will be our last backyard event and we will be stepping it up to the pro circuit. We were pleased with our finished product (except for the butt) and h ...
  Topic: 1st Pro Event!! - Where did we go wrong?
rolltide

Replies: 10
Views: 2808

PostForum: Competition BBQ   Posted: Sat May 31 08 5:03 am   Subject: 1st Pro Event!! - Where did we go wrong?
Is it too late to mention this was my teammates question?!?

So what do most due to their ribs prior to cooking?



It is clearly stated in the KCBS rules.

This is what I do:
Take of membran ...
  Topic: 1st Pro Event!! - Where did we go wrong?
rolltide

Replies: 10
Views: 2808

PostForum: Competition BBQ   Posted: Sat May 31 08 4:48 am   Subject: 1st Pro Event!! - Where did we go wrong?
Is it too late to mention this was my teammates question?!?

So what do most due to their ribs prior to cooking?



even boil them for an hour that morning?



Only if you want to get DQ'd
 
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