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16 lbs. of top round going in the pellet stove....

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Flavors are Huckleberry Pepper, Sweet Chili/Sriracha, Maple Jalapeno and Polynesion BBQ. Oh yeah I also have some Bourbon BBQ Snack sticks made from the grindies and pumped through the Cabelas Jerky Gun. Smoker is the Cabelas Magnum Pellet Stove (Traeger style) set on low smoke setting. (Temps stays right around 160). I have to monitor the process after two hours-I pull each rack and take off pieces individually every half hour because pieces on the edges seem to dry faster.

 

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Those look great so far!

 

Al

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Now that is a load of Jerky - nice job - POINTS 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker 

 

DS
 

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I think you could have squeezed 2 more pieces onto that 3rd rack,lol. Looks great! Nice array of flavors. Let us know how they turn out.

Thanks, David.

post #5 of 12

WOW....Looks amazing!! Feel free to send me a few pieces to sample.

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Lotsa jerky and I like the colors they turned out, I made some hi-mountain Spicy lime jerky last weekend, it was pretty good I wasn't sure what it would taste like, but 3 lbs was gone in a couple days so I guess the kids liked it. Hope yours comes out good...
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Impressive load of jerky!
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Holy Moly that's a lot of jerky!
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With that much jerky you likely need a safe place to store some. I would be happy to help.

 

Points!

 

Disco

post #10 of 12
That is an impressive load of jerley.Hoping it all turns out well.I'm planning on doing a batch soon.
On a side note,how do you like your grill/smoker?
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Hey Jerky Smith,what grill/smoker is that? I'm in need of a new smoker/cooker
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It's the Cabela's Magnum Pellet Grill/Smoker. Based on the Traeger pellet grill concept, it's a fantastic setup. I've been smoking meat for 30 years, but the first time I fired this bad boy up, I got twice as good at smoking. It's like "set it and forget it". The Cabela's Magnum pellet grill is actually a re-branded Camp Chef SmokePro LUX.

 

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