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First Snack Sticks on new MES smoker

post #1 of 14
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Newbie here so please forgive my ignorance. I first posted my snack stick adventure today in the MES forum. A SmokingMeat forum member was kind enough to mention I would get more views if it was posted in the sausage forum. So not knowing how to move my original post I figured I would just post the below link to it. I hope you find it enjoyable. Thanks

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/182703/inaugural-smoke-on-the-40in-mes-snack-sticks
post #2 of 14

JohnnyB----That is a great thread you put on here.  Pictures, methods, and final product.  Fantastic looking sticks!! :points:Reinhard

post #3 of 14

J54, Nice looking sticks and nice post ! :points:

post #4 of 14

JohnnyB, thanks for posting this. Great looking sticks and you have given me some good ideas that i will be trying out this weekend. Thank you.

post #5 of 14

Johnny, if that's your first run at it  Wow, looked like you have been doing this for years   Great Job  points1.png

 

Gary

post #6 of 14
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Originally Posted by gary s View Post

Johnny, if that's your first run at it  Wow, looked like you have been doing this for years   Great Job  points1.png

Gary

Gary thanks for looking. While this was my 1st time using the MES I have been cooking on Big Green Eggs for the last 11 years. I bought the MES just so I can make my sausage, jerky and bacon year round instead of just in the colder months. Trying to keep a Big Green Egg between 140-180 degrees is a real pain. It's possible but a rain pain.
post #7 of 14

Yeah, I see the watt burners have a lot easier time, but so for on my bacon,Canadian bacon, and Butt bacon I have been able to maintain low temps pretty easy with my RF,  I'll no more when I start doing sausage

 

Gary

post #8 of 14

Fine Job! Looks Great  :beercheer:

post #9 of 14
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Ryno21, nice looking snack sticks in your Avatar.
post #10 of 14

I moved your post to the sausage forum.................Thumbs Up

post #11 of 14
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I moved your post to the sausage forum.................icon14.gif

Thanks
post #12 of 14

awesome looking sticks... i need to get the smaller tube i think to do those. what mm was the colagen cases? I'm wondering if the 11/16" OD tube I have would support that or should I get the smaller tube.

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Originally Posted by MSUICEMAN View Post

awesome looking sticks... i need to get the smaller tube i think to do those. what mm was the colagen cases? I'm wondering if the 11/16" OD tube I have would support that or should I get the smaller tube.

Thanks for the compliment on the snack sticks. The collegen casings were 21mm and the stuffing tube I used was a 3/8 ID diameter. This is the tube I use.
http://www.amazon.com/Stainless-Steel-Sausage-Stuffing-Stuffers/dp/B005U4AZ9M
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Ryno21, nice looking snack sticks in your Avatar.


Thanks!

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