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Need help with my measurement
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Need help with my measurement

Mr B did my PM help any?

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Tropics....
Thanks for the help.....how u add pic
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Tropics....
Thanks for the help.....how u add pic

To add a pic just click on reply and look for this symbol 

 

Thanks for the point

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Looks great.  What was the final cost?  These go for $12 on Amazon.  My Cabelas smoker came with one that I'm using as a tray for my AMPS.

 

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I don't think it was $12.00 even

Richie

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This can be used with the Smores sticks to hang Jerky,I have seen these sold in Dollar Stores as well as Super markets.

Richie

post #29 of 34
Awesome Richie, thanks for the great idea. icon14.gif
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Tropics

That is a really nice MOD, I am going to do sausages one day and I too was wondering what would I hang them on, and that is really nice work there and very effective MOD !

I will save this, but I have Jerky and then Bacon in line ahead of the Sausage, wife is on board for all I have done thus far, that why I had a open PO for all of this, we are a team, we work together and she is as excited as I am hehehe, but if I were to go and get all the fixins for Sausage making right now, I know she would think I had lost my mind, I have it all on the back burner, already making lists hehehe

Good Job on that Wood Sausage Rack !

:Looks-Great:

post #31 of 34
I'm going to do my first batch of snack sticks soon. I'm familiar with the process just never done a batch start to finish myself. Do you guys recommend making a hanging rack or tying stick length pieces to fit the racks, could etc ? How important is it that the meat doesn't touch eachother very much in the smoking process. Seems like some guys have it touching while it's hanging? Also what mixture does everyone use 50/50? I'm going to be using goose to start then most likely pork but may add some beef as well. Any input would be awesome as I am not well versed in the snack stick / summer sausage field. Thanks !! 🍻
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I'm going to do my first batch of snack sticks soon. I'm familiar with the process just never done a batch start to finish myself. Do you guys recommend making a hanging rack or tying stick length pieces to fit the racks, could etc ? How important is it that the meat doesn't touch eachother very much in the smoking process. Seems like some guys have it touching while it's hanging? Also what mixture does everyone use 50/50? I'm going to be using goose to start then most likely pork but may add some beef as well. Any input would be awesome as I am not well versed in the snack stick / summer sausage field. Thanks !! 🍻

avid If the meat touches it will not get the same amount of smoke.Leaving it wit a look as if it was not cooked.I have draped them over the rods and I have also tied small loops to hang them straight

Hope this helps

Richie

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I finally got a chance to whip some of Richie's fancy sausage racks.  Silly me... I decided to us up some plywood I had laying round. I will be making more out of solid wood. In fact I might have some cedar fence board that would work that is the right thickness. BTW this is in a 30" MB so I had to come up with my own dimensions. You will also notice if you look carefully this is in a Gen 2.0 that has a side vent on the left side. Notice the cutout?

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I finally got a chance to whip some of Richie's fancy sausage racks.  Silly me... I decided to us up some plywood I had laying round. I will be making more out of solid wood. In fact I might have some cedar fence board that would work that is the right thickness. BTW this is in a 30" MB so I had to come up with my own dimensions. You will also notice if you look carefully this is in a Gen 2.0 that has a side vent on the left side. Notice the cutout?

My original was a gen 2,, MES40

Looks like it needs some sausage i made bacon once and use a piece of string to hang it,now I use a bacon hook.

Nice job

Richie

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