Saturday, August 28, 2010

Win a Masterbuilt Barbecue Smoker - Giveaway Labor Day 2010



WIN! WIN! WIN!
Masterbuilt Barbecue Smoker Giveaway



Been thinking about making the leap to barbecue smoking? Well, here's your chance with a free Masterbuilt electric bbq smoker.


This 30 inch electric smoker has a window and an inside light, so you can see how the meat is doing without peeking. You get a push button temperature and time control and an easy load wood smoker box to the side.




I've not used this Masterbuilt smoker (and - no - I don't get one or anything else for hosting the giveaway), but I have a Masterbuilt Butterball turkey fryer that I wrote about last year. The fryer is well made and easy to use, and we've enjoyed frying turkeys and boiling Frogmore Stew. So, I'd expect that this would be a solid smoker and loads of fun. If you win, you can let me know!




What's the Catch?



My contests don't come with a catch. I just list several ways to enter and hopefully something for all readers (United States) to get a slip in the bucket. I do need some way to contact you if you win (only). That can be an email or your web site or blog contact or a twitter name that I can look up. I don't collect your information, and the company just asks for the winners address to send the prize. That's it. You really can get something for nothing - easy as that.






Required Entry



To enter, just check out the Masterbuilt outdoor products store and check out the recipes. This gives you a chance to see all the neat stuff they offer including the new smoker and also will get your taste buds cranking with the collection of barbecue recipes. Then, just let me know what recipe you would like to try out if you win the smoker. There is a comment section at the bottom. Fill that in, and you're set.



Contest Newbies - Better Directions

If you've not entered contests before, don't run off. I've had three emails asking exactly how to enter.

1. Click to the Masterbuilt page and find a recipe linked off the front page that catches your eye.

2. Come back here to Barbecue Master, because the contest is actually here and not off the company page.

3. Click on "comments" at the bottom of the post. You will see a colored link with x number of comments. That is the correct link, and the number changes with more entries. When you click that, go to the bottom of the comments pop up box, and you will see the little comment box to type in.


Or, if you came direct (and see the post plus other comments), go all the way to the bottom of the post below the last comment, and you will see a link called "submit a comment." Click that, and you will see the space to leave the message.

4. Fill out the little box with the name of the recipe and also some way to get in touch.

5. Fill out the little combo of numbers and letters that pop up. That just ensures that entries are real people and not robots putting up spam.

6. I check the comments before they go live so that the blog does not have dirty links and so on. So, you won't see your entry at first. I have to be on the computer and press publish, but I do that often.

7. The extra entries below are optional. They just get you more slips in the hat. Just repeat the above if you do any of the extra entries and let me know.

Extra Entries


Once you enter with the Masterbuilt recipe in comments (just the name of your top pick), then here are some additional entries if you like to increase your odds. Again, just let me know in comments about any add on entries to the giveaway.


1. Visit my web site Yes You Can Grill and then let me know what you'd like to see there that I've not posted yet. It's my "baby" and a work in progress.


2. Follow me on twitter - @cyndiallison If you look through my buddy list, you will find a lot of terrific grill folks and barbecue people including national champions. If you already follow me THANKS and let me know. I'll count that. Old friends are great friends!


3. Look over to the right and sign up for email updates here for Barbecue Master. Those are auto through Google, and all you'll get by email will be blog post updates. You'll get other contests, recipes, and reviews about grilling and barbecue that I post from time to time.


4. Share your favorite smoker recipe. I always enjoy doing new dishes on our smoker, and I'm sure other readers do too. You can just put the recpie in the comment section.


5. Tell us about your favorite Masterbuilt moment. It can be any product that you've used before. Mine, as I mentioned, would be with the turkey fryer. I also got to interview John MeLemore (the CEO of Masterbuilt), and that was a blast talking with him and getting to know the faces behind the product.


OK. That gives you 6 possible chances to enter and win a Masterbuilt Barbecue Smoker. So, what are you waiting for? This is an easy contest, and it's a great prize. I'd be excited to win a Masterbuilt smoker myself!


When Will The Winner Be Drawn?


I'll take Masterbuilt Smoker entries through 9 pm EST of Labor Day 9-6-2010 and then have the drawing. I think I'll have my son draw this time. He is an Eagle Scout and won a Carnegie medal for heroism. He's a good kid, and he's easy to find on a Monday night.




Home Stretch

I've been writing down entries and making sure I have all the multi ones in so that everyone gets all the chances possible. Whew! This one has taken more time than I expected, but I sure appreciate all the entries. Thanks so much for visiting and making this, by far, the biggest contest I've had on my blog. And, thanks again to Masterbuilt for sponsoring.



DRUM ROLL

I allowed an extra half hour past time to make sure all entries came in on my slow boat computer, and I went and got my kid who was doing his homework (good him) to draw the name . . .

The winner is: Oshawa Ogre

Well, blow me away! He won a Dean's Dip when my Mom drew several months back. He is one lucky duck. I mean, really, what are the odds that the first to enter would win the draw especially when those slips were jumbled and tossed more times than I can count?

Lord give me the luck of Oshawa Ogre. Amen!

Enter to Win at BBQ Grail Too

Larry is giving away a smoker on Barbecue Grail. So, be sure to enter there too. His contest runs through the 15th of September 2010, so you have a little extra time there.

319 comments:

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Wilfred Reinkeaka @oshawaOgre said...

Great Contest!
1. Smoked Pork Butt
2. Already follow you on Twitter
3. I am a subscriber to this blog
4. Even though I used a gas grill for this recipe, I did add smoke via a foil pack. http://bit.ly/d8S4sy would love to do on a real smoker such as this.
5. On Yes You Can Grill, you need some more Pork Recipes, I would like to see you do the Crown Pork Roast, that I just did recently, but with your own slant on it.

So I could do 5 out of the 6.
Wilfred

Patti Aliventi said...

I would love to try the smoked pork butt, just because that is so not something we do here in New England!!!

Also subscribed to you via twitter & the mailing list

tlsmiley said...

This is an awesome contest!

I have to try the buffalo fried turkey...can we say yummy!

I would like to see some more desserts on yes you can grill.

I have subscribed to the blog:)

My favorite thing to smoke is pork ribs oh I love the smoked flavor on ribs!

I don't follow you on twitter because I've never been on twitter, but hey I think that's 4!

Wayne said...

I'd definitely have to try out the smoked pork butt and turkey!

I follow you on Twitter as well... @brownkw.

I'd like to see more on sauces and rubs.

One of my favorite recipes is smoked pork butt. Slather with a honey/mustard mix, rub with your favorite rub, inject it (optional), and put it in the smoker for 1 1/2 - 2 hrs per lb, depending on your smoker temperature.

grannyhoff said...

Honey Cured Smoked Salmon

grannyhoff said...

I visited Yes, You Can Grill. I didn't see a recipe for brisket. I have a great oven recipe, but would like to do it outside, especially if I win the smoker.

Bev said...

Definitely smoked turkey with smoked summer vegies. Would absolutely love the venison jerky if someone could provide the venison - yum!

Can you smoke lobster?

chilly said...

Hey Cyndi!
Nice machine that is! Love to see what it would do with a nice deer shoulder of some swordfish steaks.

Like to see more on rubs posted from you as I'm starting to use more on meat. Do you do deer meat?? Like to see more ways to doing deer meat.

Yep, I follow you here, email, twitter and facebook.

Thanks! :-)

Anonymous said...

Steve from Winter Grillers - Checked out Masterbuilt page and like all recipes. Own a MB and love it. Enjoyed video on page too.

Cindy said...

Hi, Cyndi - hope this isn't a double post. (It said service unavailable.) We've been going up (the stunningly beautiful) Calico Bluff area in Arkansas for trout fishing. So, it'd sure have to be the Smoked Trout recipe first.

kim said...

The smoked filets sound great. Great cut of beef anyway but could only get better smoked.

Jan Goldfield said...

Hi Cyndi. Of course the corn caught my eye. As a vegan in a house full of omnivores, that smoker would be worth it for all of us.
You can always find me on facebook or at http://www.pondlady.com or at my email: jan (at) pondlady.com

Chris said...

NOT ENTERING!

Unfortunately. But only because I was also a part of this promotion too so I'm not eligible. It would look awfully fun if I won yours, you won Larry's and Larry won mine, wouldn't it? LOL. Darn these ethics ;)

Great giveaway Cyndi! Someone is going to be VERY lucky as this is a nice unit.

John said...

I'll be doing to Pork Butts next weekend for my Kiss the Summer Goodbye BBQ

Steve said...

Folks, I have an older model Masterbuilt 30 inch digital smoker, and love it....This weekend I did about a 9lb brisket, two racks of beef ribs and a couple of rings of home made kielbasa....The entire cook took 8 easy hours on the Masterbuilt....All I did was add some wood chips every hour or so when it stopped smoking...Easy as pie, set it and really forget it...Two weeks ago , I did two pork butts, and it turned out to be the best pulled pork I've made to date......

Dan Bettan said...

I would love a shot at that smoked leg of lamb. Yum. Although they say to put it in the smoker naked and that seems like no fun to me.

Patty Smith said...

oh my I would love to try the Smoked Stuffed Salmon


smithpatty at comcast dot net

Patty Smith said...

I am following cyndiallison on Twitter, mnpatty

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Michael Baxter said...

Always looking for the perfect pork butt - however the venison jerky sounds good and I've never done jerky

Joy said...

I want to try smoked potatoes

joy.bennett at live dot com

blong5150 said...

The smoked Tuna steaks sound pretty good.

Extras-
1. Add more side dishes. Lots of sites forget about those.
2. Following on Twitter.
3. Signed up for email
4. One of my favorite recipes actually belongs to Chris over at mibblemethis.com. Look for the Steak Fajitas and Easy Mexican Rice.
5. My favorite moment was when a family member gave me a Big Green Egg. Although, now I'm the designated host for pretty much everything.

crboyd said...

I would love to try the Smoked Pork Butt recipe if I am lucky enough to win. Thanks!

MWorley said...

I would love to try the Smoked Turkey - my nutition amost exclusively revolves around Turkey, but I haven't found the right recipe to get my husband to try any. He's 100% beef, but I think the Smoked Turkey would be just the ticket! - MGW

Anonymous said...

Followed your Barbecue Master blog Cyndi - Karen G from Facebook

Greg DeLonais said...

Hi Cyndi, I looked at the Smoked Chicken, sounds good to me! I didn't know they made the tailgate equipment too! Learn something new today!

Winter Grillers Rule!

Kiara said...

I would love to try the Maple Glazed Ham!
austma7@aol.com

Donna said...

The Smoked Pork Butt sounds wonderful.

Natalie said...

I would want to make the Sweet Smoked Salmon and Honey Cured Smoked Salmon! and, because my husband doesn't eat fish, we'd probably love to try the Smoked Pork Butt.
aleq13@gmail.com

Natalie said...

@Lexiquin follows you on Twitter

Natalie said...

email subscriber
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saphyress said...

My husband would love a smoker to try baby back ribs, it's been on his wish list for ages

saphyress said...

following you on twitter - saphyress

EDRing said...

I would love to try the Smoked Whole Chicken.

Ellen
eering99@hotmail.com

EDRing said...

I subscribed to your e mail.

Ellen
eering99@hotmail.com

Joiful said...

Wonderful contest....To one grill gal to another... I've been following you to on twitter. I would have to try the Baby Back Ribs, but also the Honey Cured Salmon....love some good Salmon. I also need to try their fryer and try out the Fried Potato Salad!! Wow. I would try them ALL!

grandmap said...

I can use the help.

Annette D said...

I would love to try out the Maple Glazed Ham and the Smoked Corn on the cob!
jedoggett@embarqmail.com

Annette D said...

I am following on twitter @annedoggett

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

smoked pork butt for sure

Marv Atkins said...

Always a please to see what new and exciting ways to BBQ. Thanks for sharing. Liked teh smoked potatoes, but eally appreciate the videos.

slb3334 said...

honey glazed ham

silas-kain said...

I love a good grilling site and Masterbuilt has some neat recipes. Unlike most of my fellow grilled meat loving Americans, when it comes to grilling, I love thinking outside the box. To me there are plenty of vegetables out there that taste best grilled. And, there's no doubt if you want a GREAT roasted red pepper, a hot charcoal, fresh red bell peppers and a paper bag always do the trick.

Now, at Thanksgiving there's nothing better than sweet potato casserole and a nice serving of butternut squash. Well, Masterbuilt has a NEAT recipe just in time for the holidays: Maple and Pecan Topped Butternut Squash>. Check it out. It sounds like heaven on a grill.

elizabeth p said...

I would love to smoke my mac a roni and cheese. I think their smoked pork butt sounds great! I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

Callina said...

The recipe I'd like to try most if I won this smoker is Smoked Leg of Lamb. It sounds so delicious! Thank you.


catalina(underscore)khalaj(at)yahoo(dot)com

mlswin@triad.rr.com said...

pork or baby back ribs

matthew allison said...

smoked cornish game hens with wild rice sound tasty about now.

matthew allison said...

mike shaw wants to try the smoked cornish game hens with wild rice. Sounds tasty!

mar said...

I would like to try the Smoked Chicken Breast recipe!

LWons@HotMail.com

TheresaJenkins said...

Pork or Baby Back Ribs

Rick Hellewell said...

Pork ribs for me! Although I may just start with MOINK Balls!

Anonymous said...

Baby back ribs and smoked pork butt both sound soooo good!

girlforgotten81@aol.com

HarleyC said...

Wow... GREAT recipes! I bookmarked that site! I'd love to try the Calamari Caesar!

Rebecca Graham said...

I would like to try the smoked red snapper.

rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

Pets and their people said...

The Baby Back Ribs look amazing, nothing like great ribs.

Pets and their people said...

I would love to see articles on grill maintenance and easy cleaning tips

Pets and their people said...

I follow on Twitter (@eyzofblu63)

Pets and their people said...

I subscribe by email (petsandthepeople@gmail.com)

Aisling said...

The Smoked Pork Butt recipe sounds really good (and really easy). That would be my top choice to try.

Aisling said...

I'm a new email subscriber.

Faither said...

would be more than happy to be the taste tester for the smoked filet mignon

Bobby Coble said...

I grew up in Lexington, North Carolina working the Bar-b-Que restaurants. My Uncle owned Southern B-B-Q for over 30 years & Speedys for a short while.

While I have always smoked mostly Pork Shoulder and Boston Butt, I have always secretly wanted to try a beef brisket.

Who knows, if I'm lucky enough to win this smoker, I might get a chance !

pat said...

Smoked Leg of Lamb sounds delicious and is my choice recipe.
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pat said...

follow you on twitter @pavanco

Karma Parker said...

All the meats look yummy of course, but I'm always looking for a way to cook potatoes along with the meat so I'm going to have to say that Smoked Potatoes caught my eye first!!

PWHiltz said...

Hi Cyndi.

First off thanks for hosting this contest.

1. http://www.masterbuilt.com/recipes/smoked/smokedfiletmignon.html
I so have to try the Smoked Fillet Mignon.
2. Just started following you here on Twitter as well.
3. Will now subscribe to your blog.
4. You have to try http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/buffalo-chicken-macaroni-and-cheese-recipe/index.html with Hickory in your smoker. OMG!

PWHiltz said...

Oh and you can find me at pwhiltz at gmail or on twitter.

Anonymous said...

Checked out the Masterbuilt outdoor cooking page and love the chicken recipes - Stephanie from Facebook

hiann88 said...

I have always wanted to try the Garlic and Herb Deep Fried Turkey recipe.

Joanie Reeder said...

Mmmm. Smoked venison jerky.

(you know how to find me)

Joanie Reeder said...

For your blog, step by step instructions for cooking talapia. I can't get it right for beans.

You know how to find me (on fb)

Joanie Reeder said...

I already stalk you on twitter. :)

you know how to find me. LOL.

Joanie Reeder said...

Signed up for the newsletter.

Find me. :)

Joanie Reeder said...

My fav smoker recipe is definitely pork ribs. NOTHING better than pork ribs with a smokey flavor. Rub them with whatever you want and smoke away baby.

You know how to find me.

Joanie Reeder said...

My favorite masterbuilt moment was today. :) I have never been to their Web site and it's freaking awesome.

You can find me on FB.

Fangirl Jen said...

I have never tried smoking fish, so I'd love to try the "Smoked Stuffed Salmon".

allysona said...

anything with garlic and turkey would be our family's pick..i have always wanted to try this

Fangirl Jen said...

I like your "Yes! You Can Grill" blog. I might suggest that you add a discussion section to the page for Tailgating. A lot of us have great tips and they'd be fun to share with each other.

Fangirl Jen said...

Following you on twitter (love the photo on your wallpapper!).
@fangirljen

Fangirl Jen said...

I signed up for your email updates.

Fangirl Jen said...

We love to smoke, and have come up with a good pork loin recipe. Rub the pork loin with your favorite dry rub. Next wrap the entire pork loin in bacon. Use toothpicks to hold the bacon in place. Put more rub on the outside of the bacon. Smoke, low and slow with hickory. The bacon helps keep it extra moist and adds more flavor.

Fangirl Jen said...

I actually haven't tried any Masterbuilt products, but I have heard great things about the Butterball Oil Free Turkey Fryer. A friend of mine fried a turkey with it, and I couldn't believe how juicy it was and how much easier the cleanup was without all of that peanut oil to strain and store.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I very much want to make Smoked Red Snapper. Thank you!

Scott said...

Honey Cured Smoked Salmon, sounds awesome.

Scott said...

Honey Cured Smoked Salmon sounds awesome

Anonymous said...

Smoked Pork Butt. I love Beef Briskit but didn't find it. This is a smokin' hot giveaway! ruthing73@hotmail.com

Jim said...

I would love to take a wack at smoked grouper or snapper, maybe even smoked lobster!!! ooohhhh aaahhh

Toby said...

First thing I'd try is the smoked stuffed salmon. Mmmmm.........

Toby said...

Following you on twitter

llinda29 said...

I want to make Smoked Corn on the Cob

llinda29 said...

Congratulations, Linda Lansford
You are now following Barbecue Master

lsfish said...

I would love to try the Pork or Baby Back Ribs

McKim said...

I'd like to try the Smoked Chicken Breast.

Anonymous said...

The salmon looks good - Ashton from FB UNC (-:

krstrpp said...

I loved to make my own smoked trout. The recipe looks surprisingly simple. Thanks for the chance to win the smoker! (krstrpp at hotmail dot com)

krstrpp said...

I follow you on Twitter @krstrpp (krstrpp at hotmail dot com)

dn6511 said...

Would have to do the baby back Ribs

shawnky said...

The smoked venison jerky. I have been wanting a smoker for about 1 year now. Great giveaway.

shawnky718@cox.net

Jamie Morris said...

Stuffed jalapeno peppers! and you can find me on fb

Janie said...

I want to smoke those baby back ribs with their recipe on my new smoker! Thanks Cyndi

hity88 said...

I would like to try the Grilled Pork Tenderloin recipe.

Heidi Gail said...

Smoked Pork Butt sounds delicious.

Christina G said...

I would like to try the Maple Glazed Ham recipe if I won. Thanks for the giveaway!

Aliya S. said...

I would try the Balsamic and Roasted Garlic Marinated Steak recipe.

Fortune said...

Honey Cured Smoked Salmon and smoked turkey sounds great.

smilekisses said...

The Smoked Potatoes sound yummo!
dolniaks[at]consolidated[dot]net

Debbie C said...

I would like to try the Smoked Summer Vegetables recipe and the Smoked Chicken Breast recipe and so many more.
I have wanted a smoker for the last couple of years and just can't wait until we can afford a good one like this.

Debbie C said...

At your blog, Yes You Can Grill, I would like to see a recipe for a dessert made with a flour tortilla filled with some dessert ingredients, rolled up and grilled. I saw Bobby Dean do one, one day but I have not found his recipe.

Debbie C said...

My Masterbuilt moment? I have not had one yet! My moment will be the first time I taste food I have smoked in a Masterbuilt smoker of my own.

alice said...

I would love to make smoked red snapper. YUM!!!

Alice

wal_win@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Have talked with hubby about getting one. Winning one would be the best.
Looking at the recipes I would like to try the Smoked Whole Chicken. Have smoked other things but never a chicken.

Texdeer (at) yahoo (dot) com

susitravl said...

I am anxious to try Smoked Corn on the Cob or Smoked Mac & Cheese - they both sound delicious.

susitravl said...

Follow you on Twitter - susitravl

Anonymous said...

Love to do smoked salmon and pork butts on our smoker but saw some new recipes at Masterbuilt that looked fabulous. Hope to win that new barbecue smoker. TBG

sweetsue said...

If I was lucky enough to win, I would love to try the Smoked Salmon with Peppercorn Crust. My mom has a freezerful of salmon and I only like it smoked.
smchester at gmail dot com

sweetsue said...

I am following you on twitter as ptowngirl.Love the twitter picture of you and all the grills!
smchester at gmail dot com

tatertot374 said...

The smoked stuffed salmon sounds so good!
Thank you
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

sweetsue said...

I just subscribed to Barbecue Master by email.
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hale2005 said...

The Smoked Chicken Breast recipe looks great.

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cstironkat said...

I would like to try the Smoked Cornish Hens with Wild Rice. This looks so good.

cstironkat said...

I would like to smoke or grill bacon on the grill. A post dedicated to this would be wonderful

cstironkat said...

I love having my family over for a fish fry using my masterbuilt electric fish fryer. We have a huge croppie fish fry each year and now there are 22 of us.

Jill said...

I'd try the smoked ribs. My husband and I have been trying many different rib recipes lately.

meeyeehere said...

I would love to try that smoked red snapper! Boy,that sounds so good!
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meeyeehere said...

I follow on twitter@meeyeehere
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meeyeehere said...

I subscribe to your updates too!
Thanks so much doll!!!Hope you have a great week.
Take care
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Amargomate said...

Smoked Leg of Lamb

I love to make and eat lamb.

amargomate@nyc.rr.com

Rikk Connelly said...

I'd like to try the filet mignon

Rikk Connelly said...

I follow you on twitter as _mongoose

Rikk Connelly said...

I signed up for emails for you

Rikk Connelly said...

I checked out your website. Going to sound crazy but I've got 6 packages of hot dogs in the refrig... how about some recipes? LOL

Super Blogger Girl! said...

mmm, I would try a smoked leg of lamb first, then i would try smoking veggies and maybe pineapple! they have great recipes!

jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

Ron said...

I would do the smoked chicken breast with a side of the smoked corn. Along with any number of my own concoctions.

Ron

rwhitt7@gmail.com

mogrill said...

Smoked stuffed salmon sounds amazing.
Thanks for the chance.
mogrill@comcast.net

wildcat32 said...

I would love to try the smoked filet mignon.
monster6236 at gmail dot com

TruthHole said...

That bacon wrapped chicken looks nice
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TruthHole said...

follow on twitter@truthhole
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gjw45248 said...

I love Grilled Zucchini.
Your recipe is very close to mine, but I use a combination of onion and garlic with the olive oil.
I would love to add the flavor of hickory smoke.

jlafount said...

Smoked chicken breast sounds good

jlafount at hotmail dot com

Jessica said...

I would love to try the Smoked Summer Vegetables
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Jessica said...

I follow you through twitter (@jjak2003)
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heather marie said...

mmm. Smoked corn on the cob. Simple but delicious and comforting.

traciet said...

Beer can chicken! tracietrump@yahoo.com

brad said...

http://twitter.com/Southern_pirate

brad said...

Would love to try the Smoked Salmon with Peppercorn Crust. In a fish kinda mood tonight.

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brad said...

Would love to try the Smoked Salmon with Peppercorn Crust. In a fish kinda mood tonight.

http://twitter.com/Southern_pirate

pammmywooo said...

I want to try the Honey Fried Pecan Turkey.

Dave said...

The lamb looks good or maybe the Salmon.

Dave

Patricia Hansen said...

I would do the sweet smoked salmon because we just had some Alaskan salmon flown in for us by a fishing buddy :)I follow you on Twitter... good stuff!(I am Island Princess2)

Gina said...

I would love to try the Honey Cured Smoked Salmon recipe first.
yummyfaerie at hotmail dot com

hbbs55 said...

smoked salmon for sure, I live in the pacific northwest and this year has been the best salmon run in over 30 years. We bought lots of salmon and froze them, but smokin' them would be awesome!

hbbs55 said...

follow you on twitter as hbbs55

hbbs55 said...

email subscriber

Julieh said...

The Honey Pecan Fried Turkey sounds delicious to me. honeypie411 at yahoo dot com

RJ Flamingo said...

Would love to try the Smoked Chicken Breast or even the Smoked Filet Mignon! Wow!

RJ Flamingo said...

I've been following you on Twitter!

RJ Flamingo said...

Love the new website - bookmarked it! Grilling season will be just gearing up in South Florida, while everyone else will be winding down! :-))

Alicia said...

Lotta good looking recipes...I bookmarked it! I'd go with the Buffalo Fried Turkey to start out with.

Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

bloggyig at gmail dot com

ferriz said...

the maple glazed ham sounds AMAZING! :: drools on keyboard ::

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ferriz said...

twitter follower @ferriza2

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Amy said...

I'd like to try the Maple Glazed Ham. YUM!

Big Dude said...

I'd like to try the smoked snapper

Christine C. said...

I would like to try the smoked hamburger jerky recipe! ciorstag at gmail dot com

Suz said...

Mmmmm, smoked filet mignon sounds fabulous!

txhottie_86 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I would like to try the smoked whole chicken.

Busy Working Mama said...

Would love the buffalo fried turkey recipe. So nice to hear about good kids these days :)
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jsc123 said...

I would love to try the Smoked Stuffed Salmon recipe with the Smoked Summer Vegetables recipe.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

jsc123 said...

I am following via Twitter as jlsc123.

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jsc123 said...

I am subscribed via email as jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com.

tesashel said...

The smoked turkey recipe would be the first one I would try out.
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tesashel said...

Checked out your You Can Grill site. It's looks pretty amazing. Only suggestion I would make is bigger and better photos.

tesashel said...

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Michael said...

There a alot of recipes that I would love to try were I to win the Masterbuilt Barbecue Smoker, starting with the first one on their website list - the Honey Cured Smoked Salmon. Mmm...

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mandala said...

We have a lot of salmon here in Alaska and so I would like to try the Honey Cured Smoked Salmon recipe

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intime said...

id love the Pork or Baby Back Ribs intime@myself.com

shiloh said...

I know my son would love to try the Smoked Venison Jerky, but I would like to try the Smoked Turkey.

BookMarc Blogpants said...

The smoked leg of lamb is certainly appealing so I would try that recipe first.

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JRG said...

Smoked Filet Mignon:

moked Filet Mignon





Ingredients

4 lbs Beef Filets

2 tbsp Olive oil

4 Garlic Cloves (crushed)

Salt

Ground Pepper



Suggested wood for smoking:

Mesquite or cherry wood chips



Directions

Season meat with garlic cloves, salt and pepper. Heat olive oil in large frying pan. Sear/brown meat on all sides. This will seal in juices before smoking. Wrap each fillet in heavy aluminum foil leaving the tops of each uncovered. Sprinkle a little olive oil on top of each filet. Place foil wrapped filets in 225 degree pre heated smoker and cook about 20- 30 minutes. Medium rare filet will have an internal temperature of 140 degrees when checked with thermometer. Allow meat to cool slightly then carve into ½ inch slices. Serve at room temperature.

twinmomoftwins said...

I would make the maple glazed ham
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Trent said...

I would love to try the smoked salmon, that sounds delicious!

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googcheckian said...

Smoked Sausage

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googcheckian said...

more desserts would be a nice section to add to your site
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googcheckian said...

my fav receipe is smoked mozzerella cheese.

open any brand of the cheese, and put in an a small aluminum pan, like a small bread loaf size. Put it in the smoker for about an hour or so.
It will melt and get a yummy smokey flavor for WAY cheaper then any store brand of smoked cheese

Samantha said...

i would try smoked red snapper

http://www.masterbuilt.com/recipes/smoked/smokedsnapper.html

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theel33@yahoo.com said...

Honey Cured Smoked Salmon





Ingredients

1 qt water

½ cup salt

¾ cup honey

¼ cup golden rum

¼ cup lemon juice

10 cloves

10 allspice berries

1 bay leaf

1 large fillet of salmon



Suggested wood chips: Hickory or apple



Directions

Combine all of the ingredients except salmon to make a brine. Place the salmon, skin side up, in a baking dish and cover with brining liquid. Allow fish to brine for two hours. Rinse salmon in cold water and pat dry. Place salmon on a drying rack (or grill rack that you will use to smoke the salmon on) and allow to air dry for at least 1 hour. Smoke the salmon skin side down for about 1 – 1 ½ hours at 160 degrees.

Mama Hill said...

I would actually like to try the smoked potatoes! I've never even HEARD of someone doing that! Thank you!

Mama Hill said...

On Yes You Can Grill, I wouldn't mind learning about how much of the nutrients you lose in foods when you grill vs other cooking means.

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Mama Hill said...

My favorite recipe works great with turkey and chicken...

2 large bottles Teriaki sauce
4 Oranges, cut in half, squeeze juice into marinade and then drop the oranges in
1 large onion, sliced
4 garlic cloves, minced

Mix all together and marinate for at least 4 hours...overnight is great!

Mama Hill said...

I have the turkey fryer, too!

My favorite moment was the first time I used it. I told my husband we were going to have fried turkey and he got all bent out of shape. He walked around sulking all evening, mumbling about not liking fried turkey!

He loved it! It was so juicy and delicious! I rubbed it in a little!

Chisum's Crew said...

Smoked Cornish Hens with Wild Rice sounds delish. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

maxfate said...

The Smoked Stuffed Salmon sounds fantastic!

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Jammie said...

Yummy I would so love to win this for my husband "winks winks" I love me some venison and I would love for him to make me the venison jerky. Maybe if he has a way to smoke the food he will go get me some deer.

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