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Weekend Cooks as well as a stuffed pepper question

Howdy,

Figured I throw down a few of the pics from my weekend egging....

Saturday night had a buddy over for the fights....that morning, I lit the egg about 10:00AM, steadied it at about 240,
threw on some ribs at  11:00AM. I used a rub a buddy from another forum has kicked me down...

at Noon I threw on drumsticks and thighs....used the same rub, but added some lemon pepper

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Pulled at about 4:00 PM....

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They came out great...and my buddy, who had been talking about picking up a Green Mountain pellet rig,
now wants to consider an egg....we also killed a growler of 90 Minute IIPA and another sixer of New Belgium Rampant IIPA..
we were feeling pretty good by the time the fights came on..


On Sunday, I decided to do some rib eyes, baked spud and some golden beans from our garden..

I tired the reverse sear method and they came out great...

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Everything turned out awesome...well, except my pictures...I do need to work on that. I also picked up a small grill
for the bottom of my PSWoo3, so will try a sear closer to the coals next time..


Now for the question...

Neither wife or I eat out whole rib eye, we have about half of each left.  I was thinking of chopping it
up and mixing it with a little bit of cream cheese, chopped green onion and habanero cheddar and stuffing
either Poblano or Anaheim (what ever the store has)..

any suggestions either with additional ingredients or temp/time/cook method?


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