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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by drakeshooter, Dec 30, 2020.
Those look great!
way to go Drake glad you werent disappointed did you sprinkle the brown sugar on each one before you baked if not you need to puts a whole different twist to it
Yep, not in picture but they all got a dusting, some more than others.
thats the way i roll
I tried these instead of the normal wrapped in croissants and they were much better.
After reading about these I had to make some last night. Man was they good.
I gotta have me some of those bacon wrapped little smokies
They was better today.
Gonna have to try them myself I guess after looking at the pics
told you guys you wouldnt be disappointed this is the best thread as far as im concerned not much disagreement here when we talk recipes LOL
I’ve got two more packs of smokies in the fridge, one of each of all beef and mixed pork/chicken. I actually think the mixed is better than the all beef.
I gotta jump in here too... We did these for our early family Christmas celebration this year. Discovered that you can wrap 'em up, freeze 'em, bring them back out, add brown sugar, and bake. Just like frozen poppers. We baked these then & fixed another tray that we froze for future enjoyment!
I've smoked my own cheese and made beer cheese from it before. I prefer it made with smoked cheese than just regular cheese.
This is the time of the year to smoke cheese (it's cold, so the cheese doesn't melt). And you don't need any sort of fancy smoker to do it. Just got to keep the dogs from eating it if you do it on your porch! (old timers here will get that reference).
Good looking beer cans too
They gonna go bad. They quit making those back in November