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    Smoking a pork loin roast from Costco for the missionaries tonight. Rubbed with salt, lemon pepper, granulated onion, and some seasoning salt and put it on the smoker at 275. Starting from frozen, of course.

    Just added some potatoes to the smoker and bumped the temp up to 300. I'm thinking to pull the pork loin at 145 and FTC until dinner time.
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    I feel like today is a bbq day. Trying different things out to see what to put on the Super Bowl. Trying a new pork burnt ends recipe/process. Going to treat these very similar to the 3-2-1 ribs process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJF View Post
    I feel like today is a bbq day. Trying different things out to see what to put on the Super Bowl. Trying a new pork burnt ends recipe/process. Going to treat these very similar to the 3-2-1 ribs process.

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    How did they turn out? Are they going to make the roster for the Super Bowl?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJF View Post
    I feel like today is a bbq day. Trying different things out to see what to put on the Super Bowl. Trying a new pork burnt ends recipe/process. Going to treat these very similar to the 3-2-1 ribs process.

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    What is the cut of meat that you're making those from? Pork belly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker View Post
    What is the cut of meat that you're making those from? Pork belly?
    Yes. Pork belly from Costco. $2.99 a pound.

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    How did they turn out? Are they going to make the roster for the Super Bowl?
    I think so. My kids love them and they’re super easy. When I can get 3 kids under 11 to come back for seconds I feel like I’ve won the lottery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJF View Post
    Yes. Pork belly from Costco. $2.99 a pound.



    I think so. My kids love them and they’re super easy. When I can get 3 kids under 11 to come back for seconds I feel like I’ve won the lottery.
    What kind of sauce did you put on them for the last hour?

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    i've done the pork belly burnt ends. good, not great. seeing that however, makes me want to give it another go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPiney View Post
    What kind of sauce did you put on them for the last hour?
    I put a little butter, homemade sauce and some honey. Basically the Johnny Trigg method minus the Tiger Sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    i've done the pork belly burnt ends. good, not great. seeing that however, makes me want to give it another go.
    I don’t absolutely love them, but they’re easy and a change up from regular bbq stuff. It will be just part of the Super Bowl menu. Definitely not strong enough to carry that kind meal on its own. But a regular Monday? Yeah, worth it as a stand-alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJF View Post
    I put a little butter, homemade sauce and some honey. Basically the Johnny Trigg method minus the Tiger Sauce.
    I tried the Johnny Trigg ribs once. Barf. Straight sugar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    I tried the Johnny Trigg ribs once. Barf. Straight sugar.
    For ribs, I’m not a fan. Neither is Johnny. I’ve heard him talk about never making ribs that way except for competition when it’s one bite. I also didn’t add the brown sugar that his ribs call for. These have a hint of sweet, but with the density of the meat it’s not overwhelming. That said, my wife and I will dip into a mixture of spiced vinegar, soy, and lemon. That cuts both the taste of sweetness and the richness down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJF View Post
    For ribs, I’m not a fan. Neither is Johnny. I’ve heard him talk about never making ribs that way except for competition when it’s one bite. I also didn’t add the brown sugar that his ribs call for. These have a hint of sweet, but with the density of the meat it’s not overwhelming. That said, my wife and I will dip into a mixture of spiced vinegar, soy, and lemon. That cuts both the taste of sweetness and the richness down.
    My random BBQ sauce comment: While in Nashville, on our way to a BYU victory in Knoxville, my brother and I partook at the Peg Leg Porker. Everything was very good. However, their spicy sauce was simply amazing. Seriously, our eyes lit up when we tasted it. When I got home, I ordered a bottle online and have been enjoying it ever since. Unfortunately, it is presently out of stock. Sad, because I'm just about out.

    https://www.amazon.com/Peg-Leg-Porke...ef_=ast_sto_dp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    My random BBQ sauce comment: While in Nashville, on our way to a BYU victory in Knoxville, my brother and I partook at the Peg Leg Porker. Everything was very good. However, their spicy sauce was simply amazing. Seriously, our eyes lit up when we tasted it. When I got home, I ordered a bottle online and have been enjoying it ever since. Unfortunately, it is presently out of stock. Sad, because I'm just about out.

    https://www.amazon.com/Peg-Leg-Porke...ef_=ast_sto_dp
    They've supposedly shared the recipe:

    https://www.gq.com/story/nashville-p...q-sauce-recipe

    Bringle's Basic BBQ Sauce

    2 cups tomato ketchup
    1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
    1/4 cup brown sugar
    1/8 cup yellow mustard
    1/4 cup honey

    A Sweet, Spicy Variation for the Fancy Man

    Add 1 cup red pepper jelly or Asian Chili Glaze
    Add 1/4 teaspoon of Cayenne pepper
    EDIT: Nevermind - that's not their official recipe. It's an "easy" recipe.

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    Sometimes simple is good. We did Kalua pork in the crock pot yesterday - pork butt, salt, liquid smoke. Made sliders with Hawaiian king rolls. They were great. Pigs are delicious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Sometimes simple is good. We did Kalua pork in the crock pot yesterday - pork butt, salt, liquid smoke. Made sliders with Hawaiian king rolls. They were great. Pigs are delicious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigFatMeanie View Post
    They've supposedly shared the recipe:

    https://www.gq.com/story/nashville-p...q-sauce-recipe

    EDIT: Nevermind - that's not their official recipe. It's an "easy" recipe.
    Yeah, might be worth a try, but I wouldn't base my opinion of actual PLP Hot on the results of a copycat recipe. Especially since the deft approach with the heat in the actual sauce is what is so tantalizing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Sometimes simple is good. We did Kalua pork in the crock pot yesterday - pork butt, salt, liquid smoke. Made sliders with Hawaiian king rolls. They were great. Pigs are delicious!
    That sounds delicious. I haven’t done pork in a crock pot in a really long time. I think that might be our Sunday dinner this week.
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