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post #1 of 32
Thread Starter 

Made up a batch of 12 1/2 pounds, half with pepper jack cheese half with out.  Sorry not a ton of picks, was so rushed for time. put these on yesterday at like 3 PM and they finally all finished at 6 AM today.

 

 

Good flavor, kids and neighbor thumbs up approval.   Will vacuum seal later today.

post #2 of 32

L1974, that is a good looking charge of sticks !

post #3 of 32

      Those look great!  What size casings are those?

post #4 of 32

Nice looking sticks!

 

Al

post #5 of 32
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Originally Posted by Steve079 View Post
 

      Those look great!  What size casings are those?

 

Steve079 they are 21mm collagen casings.

post #6 of 32

Those look awesome!! :drool

post #7 of 32

Look awesome!! 

post #8 of 32

Looks great nice job,,,, have have to restock my supply of sticks also

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker 

 

DS
 

post #9 of 32
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 Steve079 they are 21mm collagen casings.

  Thank you Sir!  Look forward to making some of those, the kids and grandkids should love them!

post #10 of 32
Thread Starter 


More snack sticks, this time Honey BBQ flavor 12.5 pounds sitting on the smoker since 6 AM.  Also made up a 12.5 pound batch of 7 pepper snack sticks for my dad. Those will be going on in the morning. 

 

 

 

Just at the 16 hour mark and almost done.


Edited by Lothar1974 - 11/11/16 at 9:20pm
post #11 of 32
Tasty looking sticks! Nice smokes!
post #12 of 32

them look good,,,, 16hrs what temp are you doing?? 150 for 24hrs ??? 

 

DS 

post #13 of 32
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I started out at 110 for 2 or 3 hours to dry then bump to 140 and bump up 10 degrees every hour till it was at 180.  I have read others completing their smoke in like 8 hours or so. Every time I smoke sticks or summer sausage it takes like 16 hours or so. I have checked my smoker temps and it is accurate .   So guessing volume of meat?

post #14 of 32
Your meat sticks look great, nice work on both flavors!
post #15 of 32
Nice looking sticks, is the Seven pepper flavor a kit or is it a recipe you would like to share, it sounds really good... thanks
post #16 of 32
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Nice looking sticks, is the Seven pepper flavor a kit or is it a recipe you would like to share, it sounds really good... thanks

Hi,  I am using a kit from Owens Bbq.  Have made 7 pepper mix twice so far and have had many request to make more so far.  I love their meat rub called Tatonka Dust allot too.

post #17 of 32
Thread Starter 

It's not sausage but I thought I'd share tonights dinner . 

 

Home made pizza dough using Caputo 00 flour, home made hot italian sausage ,  pepperoni ,  Canadian bacon ,  onion & black olive . 

Cooked on a pizza steel  on my memphis elite at 600 degrees.

post #18 of 32
Looks really good!
post #19 of 32
Thread Starter 

This is the other 12.5 pound batch I made for my dad. This one is 7 pepper again.

 

 

I did find out my one probe was bad. Switched it out and see my MES40 is off by about 15-20 degrees.  So now I know why my smokes were taking so long. 

post #20 of 32

Sticks look good. Thats a long time for them to be in the smoker. MES is bad for off temps. 

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