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Rajun Gardener

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#1652889 Pepper People are the Best

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 16 September 2019 - 03:14 PM

It's Christmas in September!! :onfire:  :onfire:  :onfire:  :onfire:  :onfire:

 

Props to Stetto for sending me 2 jars of Chokecherry jelly. This is a first for me trying it and it'll get used. Thanks Stetto and you'll be getting a package in return,

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I finally broke down and contacted Shoe Rider about getting some of his rub that everyone talks about and we arranged a trade. He loaded up a box with his sauce and rub along with some local items, I'm stoked to try all of it. Thanks SR and your box will be in the mail this week.

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Somehow the post office(SR :crazy: ) delivered the wrong boxes to me and GIP????  So we had to ship boxes to each other that SR sent and GIP also sent me some of his rub and Serrano POW. Thanks GIP for the legendary POW!!!

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Shout out to THP for this pepper community and this is another example of why Pepper People Are The Best!!!




#1652739 Finally, a Smoker I Can Call My Own

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 15 September 2019 - 10:15 AM

F'ing score!!

 

Those thick steaks look awesome too.




#1652661 Curbside pit

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 14 September 2019 - 04:02 PM

Thanks! I'll be glad when I get it redone but it'll have to wait a while.

 

I'm impressed, it's still at 250. I can't wait to do a long cook on it.




#1652647 Curbside pit

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 14 September 2019 - 02:35 PM

This morning I fired up this pit to do a test smoke on stuffed turkey wings. I used 3/4 of a chimney to start and lump and a few chunks of pecan to smoke for 3 hours then I wrapped them in a 1/2 pan with a little water to steam, potatoes and topped it with bacon just cause. It ran better than I thought it would and it's still at 300 from 9:30 with only a 6.6lb bag of lump. I need to fix the air inlet, it ran at 250 for the first hour then jumped up to 350 and I couldn't slow it down due to the leaky air inlets. It would probably run longer once I get it sealed up to control the air.

 

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#1652642 The Ramen Lover's Thread

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 14 September 2019 - 01:57 PM

If you look back a few pages you'll see that's one of my favorites to Dr up. 




#1652408 FYI!! Problem With The Oklahoma Joe's Bronco

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 12 September 2019 - 05:37 PM

I just wanted to let everyone know that they fixed the problem and if you get a bad one they will send you a replacement tube.

 

 

 

ALSO:::::: Walmart is starting to mark them down. people have been finding them as cheap as $74 up to what most people are finding them at $184. Check your stores and Good Luck!!

 

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#1652175 Get your skull shaped charcoal before it's gone

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 10 September 2019 - 08:26 PM

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https://skullcharcoa...pMtNZoXNzMX9RlQ




#1651947 Cooking on the Pit Boss Copperhead pellet smoker

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 09 September 2019 - 10:15 AM

Yeah, that's corn just microwaved to soften them up.




#1651927 Cooking on the Pit Boss Copperhead pellet smoker

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 09 September 2019 - 07:45 AM

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#1651840 Cooking on the Pit Boss Copperhead pellet smoker

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 08 September 2019 - 12:29 PM

I'm not sure the brisket will be done when company comes over so I called an audible.
All the recent talk about fajitas made me crave some, I'm using the suggested marinade. 3 parts pineapple juice, 2 parts soy sauce and 1 part water.
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Cleaned up and seasoned, they were so long I had to cut these in half.
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FYI! A can of sliced pinapples will give you a cup of juice and the grilled pineapples should go fantastic in fajitas too.
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I used the last gallon ziplocks yesterday so in a container for a while.
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#1651838 Cooking on the Pit Boss Copperhead pellet smoker

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 08 September 2019 - 11:53 AM

Wrapped in paper after 5 hours of smoke.

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#1651831 Cooking on the Pit Boss Copperhead pellet smoker

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 08 September 2019 - 10:58 AM

Did I mention we're having tacos today?
 
It's smelling good in here, I have the salsa simmering then I'll let it sit till serving time to meld all those flavors.
Roasted tomatillos, garlic, hatch peppers and onion.
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cleaned the peppers and diced ready for the whizzbanger
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In the pool with cilantro, salt and pepper
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Magic sauce
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simmering now to thicken and cook everything
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#1651823 Cooking on the Pit Boss Copperhead pellet smoker

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 08 September 2019 - 09:30 AM

A little over 2 hours and time to spritz. I'm using apple juice, a little soy sauce and rice vinegar today. 
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#1651810 Cooking on the Pit Boss Copperhead pellet smoker

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 08 September 2019 - 08:10 AM

Coffee and smoke!

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#1651760 Sandwich of the Month

Posted by Rajun Gardener on 07 September 2019 - 05:53 PM

It's that scum that floats to the top when you boil meat. It happens with all meat even if you browned it first. Check next time and you'll see all those tiny foam bubbles that you usually stir back in the mix.