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Thin Blue Smoke

Here is a prime example of Thin Blue Smoke.....   read more

Beef Breakdown Fore And Hind

Describe 'Beef Breakdown Fore And Hind' here   Series of 6 videos showing the breakdown of a hindquarter and a forequarter of... read more

Rub Grinder

I'M NEW TO SMOKING AND WAS HAVING A HARD TIME SPREADING THE RUB ON MY CHICKEN AND MEAT, BECAUSE THE BROWN SUGAR IN THE RUB WOULD FORM LITTLE CLUMPS AND ROLL OFF THE MEAT. MY SOLUTION WAS TO PUT THE RUB IN A PEPPER MILL. THE RUB COMES OUT UNIFORM AND FILL IN ALL THE LITTLE NOOKS AND CRANNIES. read more

Galvanized

Describe 'Galvanized' here I'm new to smoking, I'm trying  to go cheap is galvanized OK to use and if the tank is galvanized and painted how can tell read more

Chicken Sausage And Shrimp Gumbo

  • by emanSuper Moderator

Describe 'Chicken Sausage And Shrimp Gumbo' here Chicken , Sausage & Shrimp gumbo Ingrediants: 1c flour 1c oil 2 c onions (diced) 2 c bellpepper (diced) 1 1/2 c celery (diced) 1 lb sliced okra 1 lb smoked sausage (1/2 " slices) 1 smoked chicken (deboned and cubed) 1 1/2 lb shrimp (cut up if lg shrimp) 2 qt chicken stock 1 tsp oregano 1 tsp basil tobassco salt and pepper 1 tbsp vinegar Let's cook In a skillet ,Brown the sausage and set aside pour out any grese but don't wipe the skillet . Put the okra in the skillet and stir . when the okrea... read more

Link To Great Information On Using A D O Dutch Oven

If you ever have tried to figure out how many coals to use on top or the bottom, or how many coals to use for a certqin temp, then here's a greta guide. This link even has a calculator to determine how many coals to place depending on how you're cooking. Check it out, it's a great link for DO cooking information. http://www.dutchovendude.com/campfire-cooking.shtml  read more

Masterbuilt 40 Smoker Bigger Wood Chip Load

I bought my masterbuilt 40" smoker model-20070211 last week----from--Sam's I call masterbuilt on Tuesday & told them if they had a bigger wood chip tray---they sent me a bigger wood chip tray free I got it today but not a bigger wood chip loader---when called they didn't have a bigger one does anybody know where to get the bigger wood chip loader--in wiki--under masterbuilt models---it has pics. of the bigger & smaller wood chip loader-----Thanks-----Ken read more

Materbuilt 40 Cover

I bought a masterbuilt 40"last Mon. on tuesday ordered the cover from masterbuilt I got it today it's made pretty cheep- I should have got some where else it's a better cover----- water- resistant-not water-proof-it's coated polyester weather-resistant-fade-resistant-resists-cracks-in extreme-cold & pretty Thin there's not much to it & the cost is not cheep--about $53.00 that's with shipping so look around-----Ken-Colorado---Smoker   read more

How To Repair Your Kitchen Aid Mixer Gear Box

Awhile back I posted about the KA gearbox blowing up. Totally my mistake. (I guess?)   I found a parts supplier on the web "who was great" and here is the rest of the story..........   The original picture of the "bakalite"?? gearbox housing that gave up.     New cast aluminum gearbox housing. It is up and running. About $75.     These are the parts that needed replacing.       Grease cleaned out and ready for new parts.     The new parts and tools needed. Q tips were cut and sliced to clean out the gear teeth of broken... read more

Wood Types And Flavor

  Wood for smoking 8.1 Types of wood suitable for smoking Pat Lehnherr-- ALDER - Very delicate with a hint of sweetness. Good with fish, pork, poultry, and light-meat game birds. ALMOND - A nutty and sweet smoke flavor, light ash, very much like pecan. Good with all meats. APPLE - Very mild with a subtle fruity flavor, slightly sweet. Good with poultry (turns skin dark brown) and pork. ASH - Fast burner, light but distinctive flavor. Good with fish and red meats. BLACK WALNUT - Very... read more

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