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Old 07-30-2015, 11:42 AM   #1
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Smoked and Grilled...

I fired up the Akorn with lump and apple wood chunks. Got her to 250* and put on some marinated chops, cubed beef ABTs and some poppers. Then cranked up the heat a sear the chops a bit. Turned out great.








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Old 07-30-2015, 11:53 AM   #2
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Nice spread! Are the ABTs actually wrapped in cube steak (beef) and then bacon? If so, did you use any seasoning on the beef before making the ABTs?
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Looks great, Paymaster!
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Nice spread! Are the ABTs actually wrapped in cube steak (beef) and then bacon? If so, did you use any seasoning on the beef before making the ABTs?
I split and cored jalapeno peppers and put Mont. Jack and Cheddar cheese inside. Then wrapped with cubed steak. Then wrapped that in bacon. I did not season. Could have used a bit of salt. Tooth picks were removed after the cook while still hot.

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Same here.
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