I thought it could be inspirational to post what your currently smoking. This doesn't have to be anything formal, just post what you smoked and/or get some ideas for new recipes.
The other day I smoked a couple of things...
On the top rack I Cured/Rubbed/Smoked some tasso ham. I got the cure recipe and the inspiration from CapeChef's Hot & Cold smoking thread.
After doing a little research on tasso ham I found that it is traditionally made from raw pork shoulder, not the ham portion. So I cut the pork butt into 1 1/2lb pieces and applied Cape Chef's cure recipe. After 3 1/2 hours I rinsed, dried and rubbed for a rest overnight. Because this was cured raw pork I did cook it to an internal temperature of 180f.
The tasso ham was absolutely wonderful. Great hammy flavor, nice spice, plenty of fat...YUM! This is great by itself, with breakfast, in rice dishes, or sliced thin on a sandwich. ...I wonder if I'll ever by sliced ham from the deli again???
Below the tasso ham I had a brisket cooking, using BDL's brisket recipe. I followed the recipe with the exception of the truffles. I really wanted to give it a try with the truffle oil injected into the brisket, but I was making this for alot of people...and truffles are just one of those things that people seem to find heavenly, or down right objectionable.
My only complaint about the brisket recipe was that there were NO leftovers!
Under the brisket and tasso ham I had some raw kielbasa sausage smoking. I like to make some of these guys and throw them in the freezer. It turns out great for rice dishes, gumbo, etc. The trick is trying to find the raw kielbasa. It's just not out every time I want to smoke.
At the bottom I had a large foil pan of baked beans that I was smoking. I took the quick route (I had enough things on my plate for that day) and used canned beans. I used drained/rinsed baked beans, black beans and white beans. I cut up some onion, garlic and red pepper. I added some molasses, some bourbon, dry mustard, salt and pepper and then lined the top with bacon. All the juices and spices from everything the tasso ham, the brisket and the kielbasa all dripped right into the beans. They were wonderful!