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    BBQ dessert with BACON

    I was challenged to come up with a BBQ dessert. This is what happened.

    Wrap firm bananas with applewood smoked bacon. Cook low and slow at 250 for about 3 hours till bacon is crisp. Place "Monkey Pigs" in a sliced Twinkie. Cover with chunky peanut butter and bittersweet chocolate chips. Warm on the grill for 5 minutes and serve.

    I present the "Monkey Pig Chilli Dog" (no chili or dog, but that is what it looks like to me)

    Enjoy!
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    Re: BBQ dessert with BACON

    Alright.... THAT'S JUST SIIICK!!
    Wonderfully YUMMY, scrumdiddlyumptiously SICK!! ^-^

    I can't wait to try these.
    I might just have to fire up the grill this weekend. HEEE

    Question, I don't have a smoker... yet, just a classic Weber charcoal bbq. How low and slow we talking here, and why? Is that so the banana doesn't explode, or melt all over the place?

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    Re: BBQ dessert with BACON

    So that was 250 for about three hours while I was doing ribs. But I think a bit hotter and faster would be ok. Might not want to go to fast for the bananas sake.

    HTH and good luck!
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    Re: BBQ dessert with BACON

    Whole pineapples done on the rotisserie with cinnamon sugar (carmelized) are also a very good bbq dessert.
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