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Good Morning from Springdale.

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Slept in a bit. Fog is heavy over half the 20 acres. Looks like it is going to be a great day to smoke some cheese.

Karl

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What's the temp up there?

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nothing like smoked cheese!

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What's the temp up there?

It is 35/38 now. Just 7 miles away and up about 300 ft it is blue sky and lot of sun.

Goin to be a beautiful day

Karl

 

 

 

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What a day. 

Started out with fog.

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Ended up with sunshine

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And of course Smoked cheese using silver ware pellet burner.

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Pepper jack and sharp chedder and sliced yellow and swiss.

1 of 2 plates. After she sits in fridge will put in vac bag to pass out for friends.

Love dat cheese.

Pellets sure make life easy.

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Happy smokin

Karl

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And of course Smoked cheese using silver ware pellet burner.

 

 

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Happy smokin

Karl


SILVERWARE PELLET BURNER !!!!!!!

 

That must be something like an Irragation water filter pellet burner........ The folks in Washington sure think outside the box....

I'm not sure what that means but I think we will get some responses as to how we think..... yahoo.gifGet ready to DUCK Karl....

 

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SILVERWARE PELLET BURNER !!!!!!!

 

That must be something like an Irragation water filter pellet burner........ The folks in Washington sure think outside the box....

I'm not sure what that means but I think we will get some responses as to how we think..... yahoo.gifGet ready to DUCK Karl....

 

.55 lb tray.jpg

 

 

 

 

Well now.  Now i know what metal i need to get to adapt my pellet burner to burn a thinner line. Tnx.

I sure works great. All stainless steal and cool smoken.

Karl



 

 

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This my homemade one. It does hold any silverware.

 

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I dont know. I think i could get some forks and knifes in there. Do you have any trbl with the row next to the lit row starting through the side and burning at the same time? Also is that irragation screen also?

Karl

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