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Tonight’s selection is hamburgers on the smoker. Mixed 80/20 beef with Tennessee pride hot sausage and blue cheese crumbles. Served with dukes mayo and claussens garlic pickles


I want to try this, man it sounds good, and looks tasty! How long does it take to smoke the burgers, and do you flip them?


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Versus our usual red meat on the grill we went healthier tonight.

If you've never bought Aldi's seasoned salmon, give it a try as its utterly delicious.

Basically $10 for the salmon and add their bagged Caesar Salad at $2.29, and you have a very inexpensive, quick and easy, but yet tasty dinner for two.





 
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Snapper and shrimp.

Pan seared, to halfway. Temperature turned down and finished with Goya sofrito tomato cooking base, rotel fire roasted tomato and chili, crushed olive spread, and capers, with cotija on top.

Seasoning for the fish and shrimp, Caribbean seafood seasoning, with a small amount of old bay, and chipotle, and hot chilies power.

Corn on the cob boiled/steamed with old bay, salt and butter.
 
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Snapper and shrimp.

Pan seared, to halfway. Temperature turned down and finished with Goya sofrito tomato cooking base, rotel fire roasted tomato and chili, crushed olive spread, and capers, with cotija on top.

Seasoning for the fish and shrimp, Caribbean seafood seasoning, with a small amount of old bay, and chipotle, and hot chilies power.

Corn on the cob boiled/steamed with old bay, salt and butter.


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Looks good AR!




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Looks good AR!



Thanks! I like trying out different things, this really came out well!

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Homemade salsa, and shredded beef tacos.









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I want to try this, man it sounds good, and looks tasty! How long does it take to smoke the burgers, and do you flip them?


Generally I don't time them, just check them after 10 to 12 minutes, on a smoker you don't have to flip them unless you want grill marks, I do though anyway, out of habit. Probably 30 minutes at 275, checking every 10.



 
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