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post #221 of 237
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REALLY!?!?!

 

I would be worried about making sure the pork is cooked enough.  My jerky is very tender and that is one of the things people love about it.  I tired turkey and i dried it to the point it was leather because I was so worried about being safe.

 

Do you have a pork jerky recipe?  how tough is it after you dry it?


The Pork Loin Jerky is Awesome!!

 

You'll love it. It's not as tough as Beef.

Everything is included in my Step by Step. (Below)

 

Here's the Link again:

 
 
Bear
post #222 of 237

You're the best. thanks.

 

I see pork jerky in my future.

post #223 of 237
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Due to Popular Demand, I just added another Smoked Beef Dino Ribs to this Step by Step Index:

 

Smoked Beef Prime Rib Dinos (With Extra Meat)

 

 

Bear

post #224 of 237
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Two more made it to my easy to follow "Step by Step Index":

 

 
Chucky Burnt Ends----8-2016----New
 
 
 

Hope you Enjoy,

Bear

post #225 of 237
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3 Brand New  ALL BEEF "Step By Steps" added today.

 

Hope you Enjoy:

 

Smoked Prime Rib (First of 2017)  New 2-11-17

 

Smoked Prime Rib (Apple Smoke)  New 2-11-17

 

Smoked Beef Tenderloin (AKA Fillet Mignon)  New 2-11-17

 

 

Bear

post #226 of 237

Nice additions to an already great Step by Step

 

Gary

post #227 of 237

  Thx. Bear there is some great info there. Appreciate you posting this.

post #228 of 237
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Nice additions to an already great Step by Step

 

Gary


Thank You Much, Gary!!

 

Bear

post #229 of 237
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  Thx. Bear there is some great info there. Appreciate you posting this.


Thank You AB !!!

 

Glad you like it !!

 

 

Bear

post #230 of 237
Bear,

I smoked a 4lb flat yesterday. Followed your instructions and it came out perfect. Brought a little bit today for lunch and shared at the office. Had 2 or 3 people go online to look for smokers to purchase.



Thanks again for your step by step


Just put in. Cleaned the glass the night before

Pulled and ready to wrap in foil at the stall

Sliced and ready to eat
post #231 of 237

Lookin' good!  Welcome to your new addiction.   :banana_smiley: 

post #232 of 237
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Bear,

I smoked a 4lb flat yesterday. Followed your instructions and it came out perfect. Brought a little bit today for lunch and shared at the office. Had 2 or 3 people go online to look for smokers to purchase.

Thanks again for your step by step

 

 

That's Great !!

I'm glad you & the office gang enjoyed it !! Thumbs Up

And Thanks for the Point.

 

 

Bear

post #233 of 237

Bear, sorry to drop the ball on messaging.  Didn't realize you had written back. Hope we can pick up from here!!!  Benewah liked Dong Tam, only had to worry about underwater zappers and concussion grenades took care of that. Sorry to have missed you over there,  I left after a 14 month tour TET of 68. They blew up the transit barracks in Siagon the day after I left so my timeing was perfect. Did a bit of smoking last summer and looking forward to this one as well.  Trying to perfect a roast 8 to 10 lbs, want to do a prime rib. Trying several kinds of wood pellets as well as blocks.Winter was long and cold, only just now getting out a little putting the smoker to work.  Will do better about keeping in touch................. and how was you winter there in PA?  Regards,  Nevada Ed

post #234 of 237
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Bear, sorry to drop the ball on messaging.  Didn't realize you had written back. Hope we can pick up from here!!!  Benewah liked Dong Tam, only had to worry about underwater zappers and concussion grenades took care of that. Sorry to have missed you over there,  I left after a 14 month tour TET of 68. They blew up the transit barracks in Siagon the day after I left so my timeing was perfect. Did a bit of smoking last summer and looking forward to this one as well.  Trying to perfect a roast 8 to 10 lbs, want to do a prime rib. Trying several kinds of wood pellets as well as blocks.Winter was long and cold, only just now getting out a little putting the smoker to work.  Will do better about keeping in touch................. and how was you winter there in PA?  Regards,  Nevada Ed


Hi Ed !!

I'm just glad you made it back too!!

Good you weren't at Dong Tam when the VC walked the mortars & Rockets in and hit our Main Ammo Dump!! That set off 500 Tons of Ammo (1,000,000 lbs!!!).

There were very few Navy guys at Dong Tam, but they took the brunt of the damage, as the Ammo Dump was closest to the Naval compound. Total of 2 Killed and 56 wounded in that one.

 

We had the warmest Winter that I can remember, as a whole, but March was a little rough.

 

Tanke Care Ed,

 

Bear

post #235 of 237

 Thx for sharing your index and info Bear, I saved this for ideas and reference. Point for sure. 

post #236 of 237
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 Thx for sharing your index and info Bear, I saved this for ideas and reference. Point for sure. 


Thank You AB !!

 

I'm glad a few people are still finding these Helpful !!

 

And Thanks for the Points.

 

 

Bear

post #237 of 237
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I just added 6 Sous Vide Step by Steps to this Step by Step Index.

Like with all my other Step by Steps, I will only include the ones that came out Great, and only if they are Complete Step by Steps:

 

 

Edited by Bearcarver - 6/28/17 at 1:44pm
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