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Hello my name is Scott I have a 30" master built smoker that I got for Christmas I was doing most of my smoking on my gas weber grill but want to get more smoke flavor still try new thing every time I've done jerky to a boston in butt roast and just did a corn beef to day still have not hit that great smoke flavor yet need help
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texas.gifHello and welcome from East Texas. This is a great site, lots of information and great people that are willing to throw in their two cents worth on about anything.   



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Welcome to the Smoking  forum.   You’ll find great , friendly people here, all more than willing to answer any question you may have.  Just ask and you’ll get about 10 different answers—all right.  LOL.   Don’t forget to post qviews.


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Welcome from Canada, Scott.


I didn't have much luck smoking until I found this forum. There is a lot of information in the posts, great ideas and nice people who are willing to help. 


I look forward to your posts.



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Hello Scott.
Welcome to the group. This is a great place to learn the art of smoking just about any food you care to mention. Lots of nice , helpful folks on this forum. You will enjoy the time you spend here.
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Thank you every body I have a question to ask I did some jerky the other day it came out good and dry but had this odd flavor I left most of the fat on the meat and it was a corn beef brisket I have the master electric smoke and I did not wipe it out from the last could that be it and also have a cold smoker that I used
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Welcome to the forum from Lansing Mad dog.  And what a great forum it is to learn the art of smoking everything.


I have never done jerky from corned beef.  I would think too much fat and fat turns rancid.  I use (my favorite) pork loin or beef eye of round and with either one I cut out as much fat as I can.


I think fish can transfer from one smoke to another.  If there was rancid fat in the bottom of the smoker then that can give your dinner a funky taste.  You should not have to wash the walls but foil in the bottom for easy clean up is a must.


For the best smoke an amazing tube pellet smoker is my choice.  For cheese the dust is my choice.


We have a Michigan group here.          The largest state group on the site and growing.


If you get a chance check it out and join if you have not done so yet.


We also have a Michigan map you can put yourself on if you would like.


It’s always nice to see another Michigander here.



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Thread Starter 
Thank for the help I love smoking food im going to do some beef sticks so what is a good meat to use and how much seasoning should I put per pound for a good flavor
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Welcome to the site mad dog. Lots of good info here on jerky. Enjoy reading!
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Thank this is all new to me were do I go to read about the jerky
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Think for the help I one more thing to ask should you cut most of the fat of must of the meats you smoke even pork because in going to smoke a pork lion tomorrow and got any good tips
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Leave thr fat cap on the pork loin. Brine it overnight in a mixture on one gallon water with 1 cup kocher salt and two cups of brown sugar. Maje dure it is completely covered.
Wrap the whole loin in bacon before going in the smoker.
do a quick search of the pork section and you will get some great tips!
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Thread Starter 
Ok I will try that thanks a lot
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Welcome, see ya around the forum !
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