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With winter in full gear, we’re enjoying all the awesome photos of EGGs in the cold weather. Stay warm with some of our favorite Dutch oven recipes: Chicken & Dumplings, Chili Con Carne and BLT Soup.

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  • I must have been a very good boy this year!

    Thank you Santa!image


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  • Re: Thank you SGH!!!

    @stemc33...I prepped normal like I was doing pulled pork.  No injection, nothing but my rub and  cooked at 350 dome until IT of 160.  Cubed and put into a pan and added my family favorite sauce 50/50 mix of Blues Hog Original and Sonny's Sweet.  You would think it is going to be to sweet but it's not, great favor.  Then back onto the BGE, still at 350, uncovered until they get tender.  These took about 2 hours more on the egg.  I did check on them every 1/2 hour and gave them a stir. No reason other than I wanted to check on them, get a good color and test for tenderness.
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  • Thank you SGH!!!

    Did pork butt burnt ends tonight and wife kept saying "these are good, these are really good!"  5 year old granddaughter said "Papaw cooked good!" I have to agree with them.  But the pieces with the bark on them are bite size pieces of heaven.  I'll call this a success.

    At 160, cubed, panned and getting ready to go get the BGE love.image

    After 2.5 hours more 350 and they finally decided to get tender.  image






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  • Wife approved

    Wife gave these a "These are friggin outstanding" Think I will count that as a successful cook. Single bite tender.

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  • Re: Re: 1st time grilling Pork Loin

    Do one in Mickey's coffee rub. OMG good.  We shape them as stockings and give them to friends as Christmas Eve gifts.  As you can see in the pan, they are very juicy.
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