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I dont like a really heavy smoke flavor...going with pecan

I like tri-tip because I can do it like steak with a reverse sear
On my fridge there's a smoke chart or something to that effect that lists the temp you want for all kinds of meat and it has a list with a bunch of different woods that work with them. It says that pecan is the best wood to smoke with.
 

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That's not a BLT :hihi:
Agreed. Pet peeve of mine, when you add pulled pork, brisket, or any other significant meat substance to a burger, it is no longer a burger. I'm on the fence but currently accept bacon as a burger addition but reserve the right to change my mind....
 

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Agreed. Pet peeve of mine, when you add pulled pork, brisket, or any other significant meat substance to a burger, it is no longer a burger. I'm on the fence but currently accept bacon as a burger addition but reserve the right to change my mind....
I do not like bacon on a burger.
 

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Cheddar cheese, white wine, fresh habeneros and jalepenos, and sodium citrate = best nacho cheese ever.
my grandmother had one of those old stoves with the broiler underneath the oven where there is generally just a drawer these days. When she passed we renovated her place as a rental and I stayed there for about a year. That thing made the perfect nachos in exactly one minute. I wish I had one of those broilers now.
 

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Yesterday I took some pork shoulder / country ribs, seasoned them, and slow cooked them in BBQ sauce.

I'm thinking about starting a pot of red beans soon, but was wondering. Would it be weird to use some of the left over bbq pork to throw in the pot? It isn't saucy.

I'm also using the pork shoulder I didn't cook that's left over.
 

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I do not like bacon on a burger.
I won't refuse bacon on a burger, but I prefer a high quality cheeseburger with ground chuck (80/20), finely shredded lettuce and cheddar cheese, diced raw onion and claussen pickle on a griddled brioche bun with a combination of mayo and mambo sauce (spicy bbq like sauce made in DC)....dankishness....
 

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