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Old 02-21-2021, 07:44 PM   #251
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I'm digging this one back up into the new decade, it's the Official thread after all.

Late to the game, but finally made the jump into getting a smoker. Picked up a Pitt Boss Sportsman 820 from Cabelas a few days ago; along with various pellets and rubs. I already had the ribs itching to go yesterday and those were great, but today decided to try some bacon wrapped chicken breasts. I stuffed them with Friulano, feta, and parmesan cheese - a few were rubbed with just salt and pepper and the others with Cabela's Blackened rub. Apple pellets. 1.5 hours at 250f and then 350f until 170f inside. The fam is happy, I should not have waited so long, and the juice is worth the squeeze.









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Old 02-28-2021, 01:19 PM   #252
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On the left is a small black bear roast and on the right is a small piece of moose backstrap (the tastiest part of moose). I am a hunter for family sustenance and personally harvested these animals last fall.

Black bear has been marinating for two days with: sweet molasses, honey, sea salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and paprika.

Moose has been marinating two days with: butter, garlic powder, sea salt, and black pepper. Simple flavours for a delicious piece of meat.

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The moose turned out perfect, my kids gobbled this down in seconds.







The bear tasted great - the molasses mixed with paprika and a little chilis was a great combo that the whole family loved.






And then to finish it off, chicken thighs with 4 different rubs, a simple salad, and a nice bottle of Syrah. We're all loving this smoker.


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