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As much as I LOVE smoking meats...I still have not smoked a brisket yet.
This is my first full summer with the smoker, so a lot of firsts for me, including this brisket. The electric smoker makes things so easy that everything I've tried so far has turned out great.

I need a wireless thermometer though, so I don't have to keep checking the smoker thermometer as I close in on a desired temperature.
 

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Trying something a little different with a Skirt steak tonight; cooked on an indoor Griddle (too much smoke outside to grill due to fires)-
Miso for the Umami, Wizard Hot Sauce (Sweet and Vinegary) and Pico Pica Hot Sauce (Bold, rich and Hot! 🔥)

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(too much smoke outside to grill due to fires)-
I see a painful irony in this...
But anything with Miso or Soy usually turns out great!
 

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I see a painful irony in this...
But anything with Miso or Soy usually turns out great!
Tasted great, the Skirt was a little chewy, so next time I think I'll take a tenderizing mallet to it first, but yeah 😋
Got the Iron Griddle super hot and cooked 3-4 minutes per side; ate with seasoned rice and browned butter sugar snap peas.
 
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Trying something a little different with a Skirt steak tonight; cooked on an indoor Griddle (too much smoke outside to grill due to fires)-
Miso for the Umami, Wizard Hot Sauce (Sweet and Vinegary) and Pico Pica Hot Sauce (Bold, rich and Hot! 🔥)

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Geez, Pupster...Had I found out about your barbecue sooner I would have shown up with my contribution...

pepcid.jpg
 

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Tasted great, the Skirt was a little chewy, so next time I think I'll take a tenderizing mallet to it first, but yeah 😋
Got the Iron Griddle super hot and cooked 3-4 minutes per side; ate with seasoned rice and browned butter sugar snap peas.
I am curious about the Wizard's Hot Stuff sauce. I'm always ready to try something spicy & it's rare you can find BBQ/hot sauce with out tons of sugar or fructose in it. I see it is easy to find in my area so I'll give it a try. Did you listen to Thomas Dolby while preparing the meal?

My favorite spicy is wasabi. But that only goes with so few things.
 

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I am curious about the Wizard's Hot Stuff sauce. I'm always ready to try something spicy & it's rare you can find BBQ/hot sauce with out tons of sugar or fructose in it. I see it is easy to find in my area so I'll give it a try. Did you listen to Thomas Dolby while preparing the meal?

My favorite spicy is wasabi. But that only goes with so few things.
I think it’s a pretty wussy Hot Sauce, it’s a very thin and vinegary sauce with a touch of sweetness. A nephew gave it too us to try, and we liked it. But I can’t find it out here in my stores, so I had to order directly from the company. I don’t actually try tons of hot sauces, but I do think this is slightly sweet.
Next time on the TD!
 
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For the 1st time my wife & I will be enjoying Thanksgiving alone, that is, just the two of us. Usually it's a good family get together of 6 adults & 4 kids. Thanksgiving is usually at one of my daughters house where there husbands are in charge of cooking the meat.

My son-in-laws are excellent grillers & smoker but the last few years they've developed an obsession for the perfect deep fried turkey. It's turned out pretty much anything but perfect with an "adverse event" each time.

Last year some kinda (broken) safety feature kept turning the flame off after ~10 mins. So my son-in-laws & I sat around the propane camp fire sipping beers & taking turns lighting the fire.

There was another year where it appeared to be cooked to perfection but was raw on the inside. Microwave saved the day & it still tasted good.

The 1st attempt was also the 1st time Brandon did his best to follow the cooking "by the book". Looking back I think he had a bad thermometer stuck at whatever he thought should be the right temp. It's the only time I've been able to document the tragedy inflicted on this poor bird:
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This year our entire meal comes from a our favorite grocery store fully cooked, just heat up.
 
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For the 1st time my wife & I will be enjoying Thanksgiving alone, that is, just the two of use. Usually it's a good family get together of 6 adults & 4 kids. Thanksgiving is usually at one of my daughters house where there husbands are in charge of cooking the meat.

My son-in-laws are excellent grillers & smoker but the last few years they've developed an obsession for the perfect deep fried turkey. It's turned out pretty much anything but perfect with an "adverse event" each time.

Last year some kinda (broken) safety feature kept turning the flame off after ~10 mins. So my son-in-laws & I sat around the propane camp fire sipping beers & taking turns lighting the fire.

There was another year where it appeared to be cooked to perfection but was raw on the inside. Microwave saved the day & it still tasted good.

The 1st attempt was also the 1st time Brandon did his best to follow the cooking "by the book". Looking back I think he had a bad thermometer stuck at whatever he thought should be the right temp. It's the only time I've been able to document the tragedy inflicted on this poor bird:
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This year our entire meal comes from a our favorite grocery store fully cooked, just heat up.
:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: I'm sorry man, but that's one fried bird 🦃
 

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For the 1st time my wife & I will be enjoying Thanksgiving alone, that is, just the two of use. Usually it's a good family get together of 6 adults & 4 kids. Thanksgiving is usually at one of my daughters house where there husbands are in charge of cooking the meat.

My son-in-laws are excellent grillers & smoker but the last few years they've developed an obsession for the perfect deep fried turkey. It's turned out pretty much anything but perfect with an "adverse event" each time.

Last year some kinda (broken) safety feature kept turning the flame off after ~10 mins. So my son-in-laws & I sat around the propane camp fire sipping beers & taking turns lighting the fire.

There was another year where it appeared to be cooked to perfection but was raw on the inside. Microwave saved the day & it still tasted good.

The 1st attempt was also the 1st time Brandon did his best to follow the cooking "by the book". Looking back I think he had a bad thermometer stuck at whatever he thought should be the right temp. It's the only time I've been able to document the tragedy inflicted on this poor bird:
View attachment 59697


This year our entire meal comes from a our favorite grocery store fully cooked, just heat up.

wow...looks like it was cooked at chernobyl🥶
 
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