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Topic: OT: Coffee Bean Smoked Meat (8 msgs / 122 lines)
1) From: Ed Needham
Hey, all this talk about smokers being used as roasters... has anyone 
actually tried to use coffee beans as at least part of the fuel for smoking 
meat?  I've used finely ground coffee in a dry rub and it was really good, 
but I'm thinking that coffee smoked meat might be pretty good, and might be 
a good use for cheap or undesirable beans.
A Traeger or other pelletized smoker could feed one bean at a time to keep 
the temps and smoke at the right level.  Hehehe, who knows,  it might make 
decent smoked meat.
Lord knows beans make a lot of smoke.
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Ed Needham®
"to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com(include [FRIEND] in subject line to get through my SPAM filters)
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2) From: Brett Mason
Here we come...
Everyone, please bring sleeping bags, and a bottle of wine,,,
Brett
On 4/3/07, Ed Needham  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

3) From:
I meet all of you at Ed's. Sounds good!
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4) From: Eddie Dove
I'll be there.  Now we just need another Ed so that we can have Ed, Ed & Eddie!
Eddie
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5) From: Silvia Marsh
I'm so there.  And I'd never thought of using coffee as part of a dry rub,
but I bet it's amazing.
Hrm...I have a grill.
And I have various animals in my freezer. It may be experimentation day.
Silvia
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6) From: Ed Needham
We need to fly Mike McSmoke out here.  He's the Q master of the list.  I'm 
just a hack.
Let's wait to see what the storms bring this afternoon to see if anything is 
left of my house (south central Indiana).  Dan is probably close to getting 
pummeled as I type.
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Ed Needham®
"to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com(include [FRIEND] in subject line to get through my SPAM filters)
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7) From: stereoplegic
my kind of woman.
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8) From: Casey Jones
Coffee and red meat...mmmm....
For Christmas last year I mixed things up a bit and gave my coffee dry
rub as gifts instead of the usual bag of homeroast.
Back to topic...
In the archives I found the suggestion to soak your chips in some very
stong coffee, instead of using the smoke from the beans.
(topic: Bizarre? coffee 'roasting' thought)
-Casey
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