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Sausage racks for my offset smoker - need help!

post #1 of 13
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Does anyone know where I could get sausage links rack for my offset smoker?

 

Josie aka SmokinVegasBaby

post #2 of 13

Josie, hello,sweety.

 

Find a nice person that welds and ask them to fabricate some for you , they are easy and would work great .

 

I have them in my Smoker (they fold out of the way) , but don't have the equip. to do Sausage...

 

 

I hope you get some done , I'm looking forward to seeing some of your Sausages...

 

Have a great Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas , and as always . . .

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Josie, hello,sweety.

 

Find a nice person that welds and ask them to fabricate some for you , they are easy and would work great .

 

I have them in my Smoker (they fold out of the way) , but don't have the equip. to do Sausage...

 

 

I hope you get some done , I'm looking forward to seeing some of your Sausages...

 

Have a great Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas , and as always . . .

Ok thanks Oldschool.....I will call the guy that did the "mods" on my offset smoker last summer.  I made a batch of Chicken Sausage with Fresh Apples, Parsley and lots of spices.  I was thinking "I bet these bad boys would be good smoked!"  Still waiting for my new Lem Sausage stuffer....can't wait!  You have a blessed Thanksgiving.  I'm sure I will bug you before Christmas!

Be Blessed my friend,

 

Josie

 

P.S.  Here's the Chicken Sausage I made today.  Making Spicy Italian Sausage and Beef Hot Links tonight.  My Sisters are now calling me "The Sausage Queen" Lol...Yes I'm getting a little obsessed with making sausage!

post #4 of 13

Josie You may be able to use a pasta drying rack

post #5 of 13

SVB what about Hard wood dowels you would pick up at Home Depot or local Ace hardware that is what I use. 

 

Good luck and let us know. 

 

DS
 

post #6 of 13

Nice looking sausage you are becoming a pro !Thumbs Up

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SVB what about Hard wood dowels you would pick up at Home Depot or local Ace hardware that is what I use. 

 

Good luck and let us know. 

 

DS
 


DS hardwood dowels?  So what would I do with the dowels?  Can you post pics of your setup so I can get a visual....thanks DS

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Nice looking sausage you are becoming a pro !Thumbs Up


Ha-ha CrazyMoon!!  I am a sausage making fool up here lol....I am still using my Kitchen Aid for grinding and stuffing.  Can't wait to get my LEM sausage stuff...should be here Dec 1st....Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

 

Josie 

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Josie You may be able to use a pasta drying rack


a pasta drying rack....what does it look like?  please post a pic thanks.

 

Josie

post #10 of 13

There are several types I had the wooden dowel one Google it u will see a bunch

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Nice looking sausage you are becoming a pro !Thumbs Up


Hey CrazyMoon - I just finished making a batch of Beef Hot Links and Spicy Italian Sausage.  Both are really tasty.  Think I need to add a little more fat in my next batch of beef hot links.  I didn't get the ratio of fat-to-meat right :o(   They seemed to be a little dry but the flavor is awesome. Will make adjustment in my next batch.  I'm not going to worry about them being a little dry because my family will devour them anyway lol.  Going to cook my beef hotlinks on the grill and slather with bbq sauce..........no one will know!  lol

(left) Beef Hot Links (right) Spicy Italian Sausage

my Spicy Italian Sausage sammie! was really good......

post #12 of 13

They look great! Try some straight pork( like grinding up a butt) for some nice, juicy sausage.

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They look great! Try some straight pork( like grinding up a butt) for some nice, juicy sausage.


Thanks CM - Yeah I have made several batches of pork sausages.  You're right it makes for some juicy sausage.

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