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got my amznps!

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Ordered it Monday afternoon got it today! Todd was very helpful in answering my questions as well. Plan on smoking some cheese with it Friday night. Can't wait!
post #2 of 12
Welcome to the club of the greatest investments ever ;) happy cold smoking!
post #3 of 12

Yes sir, great product and service.

post #4 of 12

I just received mine yesterday!  Anxious to use it very soon!  Todd and I had several emails...super customer service!  

post #5 of 12
Thread Starter 
You will be very happy with it. I used mine last night to smoke some cheese. Worked flawlessly :-)
post #6 of 12
A quick tip that will help you out. If you have problems keeping it lit microwave the pellets for a few minutes. I have read that before never bothered doing it until today. I was amazed at the amount of steam that came out of the pellets. They burned much easier after that.
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Like Tiffny 186 said superb customer service Todd is awesome there to help and so r SMF members happy smokin

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Me too. I ordered it and 2 days later it and the pellets arrived. Yes the customer service Todd provides is first rate .I washed mine and tried it out Thursday and found my wifes pork loin (a small 3 lb loin end)  in the fridge. Well it went on for a nice 4 hour smoke at 240. She was not happy but I was.  I have just enough left for lunch tomorrow. JTED

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I cold smoked cheddar and mozz cheeses once inside my MES 30 using the AMNPS. Both turned out good but next time I'm following Todd's advice and putting two jugs filled with ice water in there with the cheeses. I failed to do so and had to pull the cheeses from the cooking grates where they'd melted through a little bit. Chilling the interior down a few more degrees will do the trick.

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I cold smoked cheddar and mozz cheeses once inside my MES 30 using the AMNPS. Both turned out good but next time I'm following Todd's advice and putting two jugs filled with ice water in there with the cheeses. I failed to do so and had to pull the cheeses from the cooking grates where they'd melted through a little bit. Chilling the interior down a few more degrees will do the trick.

Get some of Todds Q-Mats and use dust.
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Originally Posted by daRicksta View Post

I cold smoked cheddar and mozz cheeses once inside my MES 30 using the AMNPS. Both turned out good but next time I'm following Todd's advice and putting two jugs filled with ice water in there with the cheeses. I failed to do so and had to pull the cheeses from the cooking grates where they'd melted through a little bit. Chilling the interior down a few more degrees will do the trick.

The mes was off right?
post #12 of 12

I've been smoking various cheeses in my 22.5" WSM using the A-Maze-N Tube smoker on the charcoal rack with the water pan full of ice. Great results every time. Tip: Vacuum pack the cheese immediately after smoking and let it "age" in your fridge for a few weeks before consuming; this allows the smoke to permeate through the entire cheese.

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