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    This is actually more of a cooking method than a recipe. If all steps are followed, you will not have any problem with any of the assertions in the name. You will get melt in your mouth brisket that is so juicy that it won't hardly accept any BBQ sauce, but the flavor will be so good that you probably won't want any. If you want burnt ends, you can certainly make them, but it's doubtful that you will want to. You will need a hot charcoal fire, extra long handled tongs, a smoker large enough to accomodate the meat, a large H.D. foil pan large enough to accomodate the brisket, 8-12 hours, smoking wood (We prefer hickory or mesquite), your favorite BBQ rub.

    Recipe #207187

    Oh my goodness, these are awesome! From the cookbook, Smoke and Spice.

    Recipe #238886

    I got this recipe from an elderly gentleman who volunteered to cook up a bunch of ribs for a fundraiser I was hosting. The fundraiser was a huge success, and my family and I have enjoyed this recipe immensely over the years. You can use either baby back or spareribs. Even country style ribs will work, but you'll have to adjust the cooking time.

    Recipe #152453

    This recipe is a lot of work if you are not "the more ingredients/steps the better" kind of cook. Even if you are not, you'll find it worth it; especially if you are cooking for a large group. In the end, the chicken will taste better than any chicken has a right to--your guests will be speechless. I recommend doing a several whole chickens cut in half, or 1/4 chickens (big thigh/drumstick pieces), and/or whole breasts. The idea is big pieces are best, and all about the same size/thickness. Prep time does not include time spent in the brine, prepping the smoker, the grill, etc. I got the brine recipe off the internet. It's called Don's Poultry Brine and is the best I've ever come across. I use it for brining turkeys as well. You may well ask "why brine at all?" Poultry will get very dry during the smoking process. Brining the poultry will result in tasty, moist meat.

    Recipe #153479

    I always cook up two birds for Thanksgiving. One cooked in the oven (see my aluminum football recipe) and one either smoked or fried. This is my smoked recipe. It's not easy, but smoking turkeys is not for the faint of heart. Prep time does not include time spent in the brine. Unless you want turkey jerky, please don't attempt this recipe without brining the bird first--it will be very, very dry.

    Recipe #153486

    This recipe has been passed around between me and my friends for a long time. I don't know who originally came up with it but it is simple to cook and worth the wait. The only problem you may encounter is regulating the temperature on your pit.

    Recipe #113495

    Smoking tomatoes gives thema rich quality that makes both sauces and soups taste terrific! It is an easy process that can be done up to 5 days ahead of when you want to use the tomatoes-store in a covered plastic container in the refrigerator. Use large, vine ripened tomatoes for best results. This is from Cooking with Caprial cookbook.

    Recipe #117225

    6 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    Classic smoked pork roast, amazing flavor, tender and juicy.

    Recipe #30132

    My husband thinks that the is the King of the Grill. He loves to cook this for our big family gatherings. I haven't heard any complaints yet.

    Recipe #34410

    This is a recipe I found in the Southern Living recipe book. We have a smoker, but do not use it that often because I just don't have many good recipes. Haven't tried this but it sounds good.

    Recipe #36987

    My husband makes this using our smoker. It produces the most excellent prime rib I have ever tasted.

    Recipe #65100

    ** I'm changing my description to dedicate this recipe to my doctor, Dr.M.C., who sliced her finger carving up some pulled pork the day before my surgery. Dr. C., use this recipe and you will not need to use a knife to cut the fat out, just pull it out with your fingers. And thanks for being a very good doc! This is a recipe that I only do about once every 1-2 years because it does take all day to do. But, I have to say it's worth the time! There are all sorts of different 'carolina style' sauces....the one that I use is a Piedmont or Lexington style sauce. These sandwiches taste excellent with coleslaw and ice cold beer. Adapted from 'Barbecued Ribs, Smoked Butts and Other Great Feeds'.

    Recipe #94727

    Posting on request....haven't tried it but not for lack of trying, the beasties elude me. According to the recipe I have, this is best water-smoked because it stays juicier and that it tastes really good sliced paper-thin and served cold. Let me know how it turns out!

    Recipe #97741

    I just made a pan of these and I think the price of the smoker was worth it for this recipe alone. These are so much better than store bought smoked nuts, which taste like all chemicals compared to these guys. I have a large smoker so when I take the trouble to crank it up for a roast or something, I try to use up the leftover space for anything I can get my hands on that looks like it could use a good smokin'. I used hickory chips for these nuts but I would think they'd be just as good with mesquite, oak or apple. I'm really sorry I didn't triple the recipe and I will next time. This is a great recipe to use up space in your smoker and serve with cocktails to your guests while waiting for the main course to finish.

    Recipe #97881

    My husband and I manufacture meat smokers and we of course use our own product regularly. We had tried several smoked salmon recipes but this one tasted the best to us. The recipe was given to my husband by a co-worker.

    Recipe #102596

    Excellent dish for Thanksgiving. Smoking the Turkey gives it a wonderful flavor and frees up the oven for other dishes. Serves 10 with plenty of leftovers. Serve with Recipe #77817 and mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #77815


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