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New MES30 and some inaugural sausage

post #1 of 13
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Started 3 new batches yesterday after buying a new Mes30. Got 2.5kg smoked jalapeno/onion., 2.5kg smoked kielbasa, and 1.3kg fresh sweet Italian. Did get any production shots but here's a little qvision for drying. More will come as the progress continues. Btw first time I have used metric recipes with sausage and they are amazing. So much easier to scale correctly.


post #2 of 13

They should be good. What temp are you smoking at? what IT are you shooting for?

Happy smoken.

David

post #3 of 13
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120 till dry then 140-160 slowly... It 152
post #4 of 13

I was in a TSC store here in  canada-flag-14.gif  and I spied a MasterBuilt rib rack so I picked it up.  Then to my curiosity, sitting beside was this thing with a MasterBuilt label on containing a Part Number, but nothing else.  So off to the cash register I trot, wait for the operator’s assistance.  When I finally got her attention, showed her this thing, see scanned it and told me the price of 9.99.  I asked her again what it was and she said it was a sausage hanger.

 

The number on the slip was MODEL: #20090113.   It was a Little square wire rack about 8 to 10  inches square with about 8 to 10 hooks hanging below this square, or above if turned over and you where holding it upside down.  It appeared, although I never bought it that day, but it looked as though the square wire rack would sit on top of the grate of the top rack of the smoker and the hooks would protrude through the racks grate and form the “J’ about an inch below the grate.  I plan on picking one up next week, so stay tuned for a Picture.  I have searched the Net with no success  for a picture of it.

post #5 of 13
Is this what it was?


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Originally Posted by S2K9K View Post

Is this what it was?


 

Might very well be Dave. The part # is for a sausage hanger but I couldn't find a picture...

post #7 of 13
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Might very well be Dave. The part # is for a sausage hanger but I couldn't find a picture...

Yes, that is what it was, or at least looks very similar.

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Yes, that is what it was, or at least looks very similar.

 

They are out of stock on Masterbuilt's site so if you're interested you might want to grab one while you can...  th_dunno-1[1].gif

post #9 of 13
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Elsewhere..... Back on topic j/k

Here are the glamor shots and dinner tonight. Sausages were good, probably the best to date. I need to be more patient with the drying, but overall pretty great.





post #10 of 13

Wow! You had a fine dinner  smile.gif   The sausage looks like it turned out great - nice job  icon14.gif

post #11 of 13

Looks great....................drool.gif

post #12 of 13

Those sausages look great!!!! I like the sausage hanger from Masterbuilt as well. Reinhard

post #13 of 13

Your sausage looks great! I agree with converting recipes to grams!

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