calldoctoday I cut a belly in half and did it two ways. On the left is wet cured and on the right is dry cured. The overall preference in the house is dry cured for the win. That said, I think I’m going back to my original recipes. I used the EQ method and the wife actually agreed with me (before I said anything, but hey a win is a win, right?) that the flavor wasn’t there like with the original recipes.
The bellies were smoked for “a few” hours on my offset over a combination of two woods. I used oak splits to keep the fire burnin’ (an REO Speedwagon ear worm for you…) with hickory chunks doing the bulk of the work to Keep Pushin’ on… (Notice what I did there?)
At any rate, I Can’t Fight This Feelin’ any longer… it’s Time for me to Fly… I gotta get Back on the Road Again tomorrow. Gonna jump on our REO Speedwagon (actually it’s a Spencer Fire Apparatus) and … Oh never mind. (Take it on the Run)
Even you Team Blue people can probably guess what my playlist was while I was Smokin’ (Was that just a Boston ear worm)
badfire2625 I dont know how I missed this post a couple days ago, but its great