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I love this comment!  Large Cajones...It's so true!  I've had my MES 30 for a few months now, and would have been a little apprehehensive about doing one bird when I first got it.  Of course now I have the A-maze-N pellet model so I'm full of confidence that I can get the flavor I want.  I do wish I could have found the MES 40 for $298.

That's pretty much what I paid for the 30.  If anyone sees a deal on the MES 40 like that again, please let it be known.  I'd buy it even though my guy would flip!  "Another smoker????"  I only have four...geez...

Originally Posted by Moikel View Post

$298 for a MES 40, Ive posted on this before but you guys have it good on price.Turkeys look great big set of balls to charge out of the chute with a big day meal like that first time up. Great work.



 

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Originally Posted by csparker View Post


I love this comment!  Large Cajones...It's so true!  I've had my MES 30 for a few months now, and would have been a little apprehehensive about doing one bird when I first got it.  Of course now I have the A-maze-N pellet model so I'm full of confidence that I can get the flavor I want.  I do wish I could have found the MES 40 for $298.

That's pretty much what I paid for the 30.  If anyone sees a deal on the MES 40 like that again, please let it be known.  I'd buy it even though my guy would flip!  "Another smoker????"  I only have four...geez...



 

Sams club still has them for $298.  If it weren't for the great reviews on this forum that I read prior to purchasing it, I probably would have been hesitant too. Heck, I did 2 turkeys the year before in my Bradley....now THAT was stretching it. I've since sold that unit since it was just collecting dust and I had no intention of using it after the success I had with the MES, and It gave me the opportunity to give someone else "smoking fever". This is such a nice unit, and when you add one of Todd's AMNS or AMNPS (I now have both) your smoking experiences are only limited by the shelf space and your imagination........NO GUTS, NO GLOOOOOOOORY!

 

Happy Smokin'

 

Barry.
 

 

post #23 of 34

You have inspired me! Next up for Thanksgiving!

 

What Brine did you use if don't mind measking?

 

 

post #24 of 34
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You have inspired me! Next up for Thanksgiving!

 

What Brine did you use if don't mind measking?

 

 



It is in the first post on this thread. 

 

Barry.

post #25 of 34

Like the rack idea..and a nice safety touch with the TQ.

post #26 of 34
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Originally Posted by biteme7951 View Post



It is in the first post on this thread. 

 

Barry.



Dohhh!!! guess I needed more coffee and less meds from the vertigo!

 

 

post #27 of 34
Nice job on the birds and isn't it so cool when people go rite past the well known DRY oven bird for that oh so moist and tasty OLE SMOKY gobbler !!!!!!! My question is who makes that MES smoker and is it just elelectic ?
post #28 of 34
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Originally Posted by biteme7951 View Post

Sams club still has them for $298.  If it weren't for the great reviews on this forum that I read prior to purchasing it, I probably would have been hesitant too. Heck, I did 2 turkeys the year before in my Bradley....now THAT was stretching it. I've since sold that unit since it was just collecting dust and I had no intention of using it after the success I had with the MES, and It gave me the opportunity to give someone else "smoking fever". This is such a nice unit, and when you add one of Todd's AMNS or AMNPS (I now have both) your smoking experiences are only limited by the shelf space and your imagination........NO GUTS, NO GLOOOOOOOORY!

 

Happy Smokin'

 

Barry.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sooooooo, anyone out there know anyone out there in the Portland, Oregon area in need of an MES30?  Mine is suddenly not taking up enough space...Comes with the Masterbuilt dust cover???  My guy won't stand a fifth smoker in the garage, apparently.  I'm not giving up my A-Maze-N though...
 

 

post #29 of 34
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Originally Posted by Tattooed smoker View Post

Nice job on the birds and isn't it so cool when people go rite past the well known DRY oven bird for that oh so moist and tasty OLE SMOKY gobbler !!!!!!! My question is who makes that MES smoker and is it just elelectic ?


http://www.masterbuilt.com/index.html Masterbuilt and they also make a propane version and turkey fryers.
 

 

post #30 of 34
Thanks Teeznuts tryn to learn these abbreviations ? Just a Mississippi red neck ! But we all no what BBQ means and that is all that counts !!!!!!!!!!!! HA have a nice evening z.....
post #31 of 34

Great lookin birds. I've always wondered if those lil timers were trustworthy

post #32 of 34

I'm so glad I found your post. I have to smoke 4 turkeys for Thanksgiving and was questioning the time I would need to do it. Your info is very helpful.

post #33 of 34

great job

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Originally Posted by TJohnson View Post

Thanks For Posting!

 

I would never believe you could fit 4 large turkeys in a 40" MES and you got it done.   WOW!

 

Look at the color difference between the smoked and oven roasted turkeys.

 

FANTASTIC JOB!

 

 

Todd

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