So my wife was very good to me this year and bought me a Weber Smokey Mountain smoker. I'm extremely pumped and have been doing a mental inventory of what's scattered in the freezer. In addition I'm searching out various recipes, and I'm open to anything, so lay it on me. What works for you and how do you it. I figure this is going to be a process of trial and error, but hopefully a delicious one as well. Thanks.
Try Primal Grilling with Steven Raichlen. Simply google his name and his web site comes up and there is a box at the top with recipes. I have not tired his recipes yet but I have watched his shows and they sure do look delicious!!!
The link posted before is great. Within that site, definitely make the Kerry's Hog Apple Baked Beans. Also, ABT's (Atomic Buffalo Turds) are great.
I made up some smoked hamburgers last week on my WSM with some beef I ground up at home, and they were absolutely fantastic. Just use a fattier cut of meat to start.
Pick up a nice pork loin, trim off the fat and silverskin; butterfly it open and stuff with just about anything. My favorite is cooked Italian sausage, baby spinach, tomatoes and cheese, but you can use almost anything. Fold it closed and tie it, wrap with a few pieces of bacon. I usually smoke it @ 225-230; throw in a handful of cherry chunks at the beginning and again every hour or so till it reaches 140-145 internal temp. I like to then wrap it in foil and let it sit for 30 minutes or so. Delish
Originally Posted By CaesAR15:
Thank you very much!
Go with one of the starter recipes form the parent site: http://virtualweberbullet.com/cook.html
I started my WSM journey back on Memorial day. Now I feel like an old pro when I use it. I used it a lot through the summer as well as doing the Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys in it. I would start with whole chickens since they are cheap and very forgiving of high heat that way you can learn to control the temps and still have something edible when you are done. Having tried both water and empty pans I now only do empty foiled water pan cooks.