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Unread 11-10-2013, 09:07 PM   #1
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Default Smoked Soup (pr0n inside!)

Ok, well, the soup wasn't actually smoked... but everything in it was... Well almost everything. A bunch of smoked stuff is in this soup, ok? It's actually more of a chowder, but Smoked stuff in a chowder isn't as good a title.

First up, The players - Corn, Poblanos, Red Bells, Onion, Taters, Chicken Broth, Salt, Pepper (not available for photo - heavy cream and fresh thyme) and last but not least home made bacon.



You can read all about my big bacon adventure here -
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=174710

Anyways... First step is getting these guys some smoke. Onto the grill they go. Except the onions, I've done it both ways, but I like the bite and crispness better when they're sautéed instead of roasted, but either works fine depending on your taste



Yes, that's a 19lb ham. Thread to come on that later. It has nothing to do with dinner, so just pretend you didn't see that, ok?

Here's some peppers after getting a good solid hour + of Hickory and gentle 225ish heat -


Veggies and Bacon prepped


Let's get to it. Bacon gets crispy


Add Onions


Onions get soft, add Corn


Give it a couple minutes, add peppers, S&P, Thyme


Give a couple minutes for everyone to get to know each other, add some flour


fry that for a min, add the broth


simmer for 10-15 minutes. Add Diced potatoes and cream



Heat through and serve (with a delicious beer)







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Looks excellent! Would be a great winter comfort food.
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Man, that looks great!!!
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Wow, that is a great...um...chowder. And loads of smoked stuff in it
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Love some smoked comfort food!
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Looks off the hook.........yum!

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Lookin way tasty!
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Looks very good.
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That is a good looking pot.
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Looks great! I love me some soup/chowder on a cold day ,I like the smoked twist on it, I am sure it gave it that little bit of something extra we all crave.
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Im would definately hit that hard
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yep, that looks great!
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Lakefront Brewery! Love it.

Soup looks good too. Neat idea!
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