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Chickens and Loin

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Thread Starter 
Was a nice day here for smoking.Two chickens,a pork loin,and some "skinneys."Everything came out great,I really like those little smoked sausages.
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Oh Yes ... Lookin' Good dacdots PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
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Looks great Dave. I can smell those sausages from here icon_smile.gif
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Looking good David! That pups standing by waiting for one of those sausages to roll his way!
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PDT_Armataz_01_10.gif OK NOW WHATS A SKINNY PLEASEPDT_Armataz_01_10.gif
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Thats some good looking stuff.
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chickens anyone?

Hello! How do you smoke your chickens? I have tried some but always looking for a better way!!!Thanks! Ken
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Skinnies are the small sausages you see in Dave's pic above.
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Are skinnys kin to fatties and hand made from bulk sausage????

PDT_Armataz_01_23.gif Inquiring minds need to knowPDT_Armataz_01_23.gif
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Thread Starter 
scotty,that is correct.I make the sausage links in the fall when I get a pig and freeze them,then I can take them out anytime and smoke them for about three hours.They are killer.

Ken,very simple,I just rub them down with evoo and whatever spices you like then smoke for 5 to 6 hours.They are so tender its hard to get them out of the smoker without falling apart.

Debi I didnt even notice Scout in the pic until I posted it.You are right he is my smoking buddy,if Im in the shed smoking or working up meat he is always waiting outside for his share.He is a very loyal old friend to me.
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