Grilling Some Good Eats

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Re: Grilling Some Good Eats

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Did some smoked hot dogs today. Friggn so easy and the flavor was amazing.

Cross cut the dogs. Did a jalapeño rub to give it a kick. Put them on the smoker at 220 degrees for 1hr 15min with pecan wood.

Put them on the buns with cheddar cheese, mayo, cut onions and cut jalapeños.

Good stuff.


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oldslurrydog1 wrote: July 4th, 2022, 6:11 pm Did some smoked hot dogs today. Friggn so easy and the flavor was amazing.

Cross cut the dogs. Did a jalapeño rub to give it a kick. Put them on the smoker at 220 degrees for 1hr 15min with pecan wood.

Put them on the buns with cheddar cheese, mayo, cut onions and cut jalapeños.

Good stuff.
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I'm not a huge hotdog fan, but you're intriguing me with the thought of smoking some. Here are some trout that we smoked up last week. Of all the things I put on the smoker, I think this is the most satisfying.

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Re: Grilling Some Good Eats

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I gave my smokers the holiday off. It's too damn hot to babysit my vertical wood fired unit, and I refuse to be so lazy as to use the Traeger on this glorious American weekend of sacrifice. Pretending to do the hard stuff while it's on bluetooth doesn't feel right. Maybe it's the new "American", but I gotta draw the line somewhere.

So, I'll just be lazy inside with the A/C turned low...while the contractors finish up my bathroom remodel. LOL

Happy 4th!
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lol, pork butt on the egg, dang good, and enough left over for sandwiches rest of week,
brisket on thursday, good eats in july
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Went all Merica baby, Smoked ribs. slaw and fries.
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Re: Grilling Some Good Eats

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Re: Grilling Some Good Eats

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AZ_Five56 wrote: July 4th, 2022, 6:39 pm
oldslurrydog1 wrote: July 4th, 2022, 6:11 pm Did some smoked hot dogs today. Friggn so easy and the flavor was amazing.

Cross cut the dogs. Did a jalapeño rub to give it a kick. Put them on the smoker at 220 degrees for 1hr 15min with pecan wood.

Put them on the buns with cheddar cheese, mayo, cut onions and cut jalapeños.

Good stuff.
Pics or it didn't happen!

I'm not a huge hotdog fan, but you're intriguing me with the thought of smoking some. Here are some trout that we smoked up last week. Of all the things I put on the smoker, I think this is the most satisfying.


72c13a20-bce6-4360-95a5-fa28f09b1e04.jpeg
I forgot to take pics :oops:
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