Jalepeno peppers

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Got some peppers to do for a birthday party. Give you my method.
obviously I cut the stem off. The core out the inside. Then rinse in sink to get all the seeds out.
I make a mixture of pulled pork, sometimes chicken. Approx 3cup of pork, 1 8oz of cream cheese, and half a cup of smoked cheddar, grated. Then I use a frosting bag to stuff peppers with the mixture. Once stuffed, I wrap a half a piece of bacon around, and use a toothpick to keep bacon in place. Usually do on kettle with a chunk of apple or hickory. Today will be on SF, with pit boss fruit blend. Will add more pics as I go.
 

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Got some peppers to do for a birthday party. Give you my method.
obviously I cut the stem off. The core out the inside. Then rinse in sink to get all the seeds out.
I make a mixture of pulled pork, sometimes chicken. Approx 3cup of pork, 1 8iz of cream cheese, and half a cup of smoked cheddar, grated. Then I use a frosting bag to stuff peppers with the mixture. Once stuffed, I wrap a half a piece of bacon around, and use a toothpick to keep bacon in place. Usually do on kettle with a chunk of apple or hickory. Today will be on SF, with pit boss fruit blend. Will add more pics as I go.
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Got some peppers to do for a birthday party. Give you my method.
obviously I cut the stem off. The core out the inside. Then rinse in sink to get all the seeds out.
I make a mixture of pulled pork, sometimes chicken. Approx 3cup of pork, 1 8iz of cream cheese, and half a cup of smoked cheddar, grated. Then I use a frosting bag to stuff peppers with the mixture. Once stuffed, I wrap a half a piece of bacon around, and use a toothpick to keep bacon in place. Usually do on kettle with a chunk of apple or hickory. Today will be on SF, with pit boss fruit blend. Will add more pics as I go.
Looks great...I still like them that way, but my spouse prefers them made with the same fillings, but split lengthwise! Different strokes...
 
Ready to put on smoke boost activated.
 

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Smoke boost over cranked up too 375 for a bit more to crisp up that bacon.
 

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I’m actually impressed. They turned out perfect. The wife says they’re the best I’ve ever done. Usually they’re really dark when done on the kettle, these have a lighter smoke than my kettle but it tastes better.
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Very nice, I have the same rack and it came with a nice coring tool. Thanks for the reminder!
I’ve been given authorization from the wife to commence operations on Saturday!!
 
Sweet. Give the commander my regards.
 
Love me some poppers! Enjoy.
 

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