So, I always am a fan of throwing crazy stuff together for the grill. I recently made these things called Oink Oink Kabooms which were Pork Loin Bites wrapped in Honey Ham wrapped in Bacon. This time I went with Moo Moo Kaboom which was a Bite Size hunk of Beef Chuck Roast Wrapped with Pastrami and then wrapped with a Beef Bacon, grilled and then glazed with a Honey Bourbon Sauce. Pretty easy to make and pretty awesome. \
I started by cubing up a 1 lb or so Beef Chuck Roast. About Bite Size or so.
Once that seas cubed, I wrapped it in a piece of Pastrami. 1 Lb of Deli Cut Pastrami covers it.
Then I took a piece of Beef Bacon and wrapped it around that. It takes 2 Packages. The Beef Bacon was a tough one to get. I had to special order it in. Tastes good! I think next time I will just cure my own Beef Belly. I have done a few Pork Bellies so it has to be pretty comparable.
Once they were wrapped, I slid them onto a Skewer and got the coals going. When the chimney gets dumped out, make sure to keep all the coals to one side of the grill. You for sure want these on indirect heat because of the Bacon and later because of the Glaze.
I let them cook for about 15 minutes and then flipped them.
While they were cooking on the other side, I whipped up the glaze. Pretty Easy. In a large bowl, mix together
1/3 Cup Honey
1/3 Cup Brown Sugar
1/3 Cup Bourbon
1/3 Cup Soy Sauce
1/3 Cup Worchester Sauce
1 TBS Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
1 Clove Garlic Minced
Salt / Pepper (Based off of preference)
The other side then cooked for about 10 minutes before the glaze was applied.
When the glaze was thrown on, it only took about 4 more minutes on the grill.