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Discussion in 'Poultry' started by chisoxjim, Aug 24, 2009.
Looks and Sounds good Jim...
not bad for an impromptou day of smoking.
Excellent impromptu day! That gumbo has my mouth watering!
I was glad I could get my hands on the turkey legs, and beef ribs last minute.
I am looking forward to a bowl of that gumbo for dinner for sure.
i was having trouble getting this pic up yesterday, here is a close up of a chunk of meat off the turkey leg.
WOW!!! That looks like a happy happy smoker!!!
yeah it was stuffed. I always use one rack to hold a drip pan above the water pan, custs down on capacity, but saves on clean-up.
Man that looks great, every bit of it!
From the ribs to the turkey to the entire gumbo.
Great color on the roux.
Now thats a great looking gumbo and on a moments notice thats some good eats. I like that raux nice color and all the things in it wow I'd like to have some of that
the roux took a little over 30 minuts ot get that milk chocoalte color, gace the gumbo great flavor(im having a bowl for dinner).
the beef ribs were a first, and great as well.
As a louisiana born an bred cajun. I was excited to see someone doing a gumbo. That was untill ya put corn in it. LMAO, I bet it turned out good . next time leave out the corn and put some okra in it.
I have smoked my shrimp an sausage before making a gumbo and have to say it adds a great flavor.
Nice job Jim...Looks good
I typically dont put corn in but I have so much extra right now(my buddy who owns a farm just gave me 3 dozen ears) I am just trying to think of ways to use it.
the corn added a nice texture difference actually. I couldnt find any fresh okra or I would have put some in, I love okra.
the smoking the meats and then simmering the smoked chicken and turkey in the broth for an hour really gave it a nice taste.
Wow, looks like there were lots of goodies going on in SMF members' kitchens/smokers this weekend! That gumbo looks otherworldly! AWESOME!