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Costco all beef Polish Sausage smoked with mesquite... and Burnt Ends....

post #1 of 11
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When you just haven't got any home made sausage to smoke....

They are cold out of the refer.... sooooo, I'm preheating the links so condensate does not form, and give them an acid rain flavor... that is an important step for all meats you smoke....

condensate will form on meats that are below the dew point.... since it's 41 deg. and the dew point is 39 with a 93% relative humidity, preheating is extra important.... at least I think it is...




.......They are preheating and drying in the MES 30....




I'm gonna give these about 1/4 cup of chips in the chip pan and look at the color.... mesquite is pretty powerful and can easily overpower the flavor of food...

Sooooo, this is a test.... should be about 30 minutes of smoke... will know more later......

I've got the smoker running about 160 ish with all the dampers wide open... these dogs are fully cooked so starting at 120 ish ??? I'm skipping that and going up to the final cooking temp...




I think next time about 1 hour of smoke will be better.... but, they are sure good....

Dave
post #2 of 11
They look tasty Dave ! icon14.gif
post #3 of 11
Chop them Up and make poor mans burnt ends! My sons favorite side dish to make!
post #4 of 11
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Chop them Up and make poor mans burnt ends! My sons favorite side dish to make!

Could you describe what he does to make the burnt ends ?? Sounds good to me...
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post

Could you describe what he does to make the burnt ends ?? Sounds good to me...

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/223420/poor-mans-burnt-ends

I think the only thing I'd do differently would be to pre-cook the hot dog chunks in some butter in a pan to get a bit of carmelization and char.
post #6 of 11
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Done deal.... including the pre char...... Thanks.....
post #7 of 11
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Here we goooooooooo !!!!!

....saute to brown....



....added some pepper flakes and liquid smoke....



....and some Sweet BR's....



It's sitting on the desk as I type....



Almost gone..... I guess they are pretty good....



The heat from the pepper flakes, along with the sweet is nice... It is a really good 6:30 AM snack.... Bride complained
about the smell from the kitchen... she didn't even complain about me COOKING in her kitchen... She's not awake yet...
post #8 of 11

That looks GOOD!

 

Nice work Dave!  Also, good call by the kiddo DS!

post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post

Here we goooooooooo !!!!!

....saute to brown....



....added some pepper flakes and liquid smoke....



....and some Sweet BR's....



It's sitting on the desk as I type....



Almost gone..... I guess they are pretty good....



The heat from the pepper flakes, along with the sweet is nice... It is a really good 6:30 AM snack.... Bride complained
about the smell from the kitchen... she didn't even complain about me COOKING in her kitchen... She's not awake yet...

Yumm! Now that's a breakfast of champions!

 

POINTS!!!!

post #10 of 11
You just brought back memories of being a kid.

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post #11 of 11

Dang it man that looks good and now I am going to have to try this,,,,another trip to Costco I guess:sausage:

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker 


DS
 

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