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    Lessons from BW 2013

    Hey Brent this ones for u.

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    I hope they taste as good as yours.

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    num num num
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    They sure look good from here! Enjoy!
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    Not sure what those are, but shouldn't you cut the tails off before cooking them? What about the hide, did you skin them first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    Not sure what those are, but shouldn't you cut the tails off before cooking them? What about the hide, did you skin them first?
    Ya hold 'em by they little tails to eat 'em, and that skin is bacon. Skin 'em with your teeth.
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    good looking turds there Rob
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    how long to cook in oven rob and what temp did you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    how long to cook in oven rob and what temp did you use?
    Oven! Did you say OVEN? Man, I'm disappointed in you. We send you all over the country and you still don't know ABTs are made in a smoker or on a grill?
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    Aren't those called "Heart attack on a tray?" They look irresistible.
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    Re: Lessons from BW 2013

    Well they were darn good. Everyone enjoyed em and they got cleaned up in a few seconds.

    Larry i did em on lowest heat possible on my two burner BBQ on the foil trays on the shelf. ( Chez Brent said indirect heat so i listened to my tutor).
    Was trying to multiplex too much so forgot to put smoke in ..but the sausages used had smoke and so did the bacon so it all worked out ok.

    Had in mind to buy a smoker but Bass Pro Canada thinks i was born yesterday so they aint getting to rip me off.

    Was lucky to find great peppers.

    Thanks Brent for showing the way really inspired me to get back to some cooking.

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