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Well Lost a freezer a week ago and have been smoking day and night since. This is last nights stuff and smoke.

 

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So into my Bradley and dried for 1 hour at 120 degrees then kicked up to 145 then smoked for two and continued for another 2 hours then temp to 180 till done and it of 152 and allowed to cool before putting in fridge. So this is the Trail bologna with extra garlic. Stuffed to round links and three straight links.DSC01708 (800x536).jpg

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Created some Kielbasa links for sausage Sandwiches. Tried two when still hot. They came out great.

 

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What to do with left over meat from stuffer and what didn't fit in casings??? Sure thing! Mix it all together and roll out for GB Jerky of coarse.

This was excellent and cut real nice with sicssors. If I had been drying jerky I would have left it in longer. But this was good this way also.

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Ok had to cut the trail to try too. So did it hot and it didn't peel so well. But still a pretty good Money shot. Oh and it peeled a lot better cold.

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post #6 of 14

Sorry to hear about your freezer Viper,

 

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post #7 of 14

Looks like a busy day getting friendly with your smoker!  Too bad about the freezer.  The results are very tasty looking.

post #8 of 14

Great Looking Sausage...Glad you didn't lose all that meat...JJ

post #9 of 14

Nice work, it all looks great.

I like the idea of makin jerky with the leftovers, I'll have to give that a try next time. I usually make a burger and fry it in a pan while doing clean up.

post #10 of 14

Wow it was a great decision to smoke the meat before you Lost it .and the result looks great, pity i am not your Neighbor biggrin.gif great job.

post #11 of 14

Awesome looking sausage!

 

Sorry about the freezer!

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Too bad about the freezer

JC1947

post #13 of 14

Great save!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #14 of 14

Way to save that meat. Good luck with your next freezer. If it was January you could have thrown it outside into a snow bank.

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