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ABT's - To smoke or not to smoke

ChrisCChrisC Posts: 107
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
That is the question - Just checking public opinion - who adds smoke - i.e chips or chunks when cooking ABT's and if so what flavors???[p]Thanks,
Chris

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  • ChrisC,
    Funny you should ask. I just made some for my sickly neighbor and smoked them with some hickory left over from an earlier cook. I didn't eat one but they sure looked and smelled good. I normally do not smoke my ABT's. As with anything, try variations and pick the one that best suits you and your family/friends.[p]Spring Chicken
    Spring Texas USA

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  • ChrisCChrisC Posts: 107
    Spring Chicken,[p]Thanks I am still new - I made them once and they came out great and now I am trying more and I cannot remember - today I am starting a journal to try to keep track. Either way I am sure they will be great.[p]Thanks again,
    Chris

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  • ChubbyChubby Posts: 2,790
    Spring Chicken,[p]I mad'em like you do this past week and used a few maple chips and gtlazed them at the end with some Grade B maple syrup!![p]My wife said I was a genius!![p]"It's just the peppers"!!.. I started to say...then I wised up shut up.... and smiled as she gave me my just rewards!![p]Evans(slightly blushing)
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  • ChrisC,
    I use a little apple wood and it gives a great flavor to the bacon.

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  • RRPRRP Posts: 14,134
    ChrisC,
    if you read my earlier post today I made ABTs today and I smoke them along with baby back ribs and used 50/50 apple chips and hickory chunks. I much prefer them smoked over not smoked. Today was a first for me - the meat I used tucked in the boat bottom was Armour brand Vienna sausage. - perfect to have on hand - in the past I've always used pulled pork or chili dog sauce - I got the idea of the little weenies from Spring Chicken - not that he's a little weenie mind you...8^)
    PS Vienna sausage is what you meant wasn't it Leroy - or not?

    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
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  • ChubbyChubby Posts: 2,790
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    <p />RRP,[p]Not trying to speak for our "Feathered Friend"...but I'm pretty sure he uses "coctail smokies".[p]The little beef or pork smoked sausages!![p]Hillshire farms also has a pork "smokie" with Cheddar cheese inside...(sorta like their "CheddyBrats"). I used some this last week!! [p]
    I doused this batch with a little Calvados, and smoked with apple wood
    ....mmm...mmmm...good!![p]The Wife will almost beg for the ABT's now...she's shamefull!![p]Good evening to you!![p]Chubby

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  • RRP,
    Little winnie, huh? I represent that remark very much.[p]Spring "Chicken Little" Chicken

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  • Chubby,
    Has she seen your posts on the BGE forum? Man, if Tammy did, well it would be awhile.[p]I go with Oscar Mayer beef, they also have a cheese one.[p]Mike

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  • Chubby,
    You must be doing something right. Even your pictures look good enough to eat. I've got a feeling you are going to have a sizable crowd hanging around you at the Texas Eggfest.[p]Spring "Austin Bound" Chicken

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