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post #181 of 186

Smoked whitefish is great stuff.  Too many bones though for me, I like salmon and Northern Pike.  EXCELLENT.  (Been over to Algoma lots of times).

post #182 of 186
Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

When it comes to the grill racks from my MES 40, I still prefer the Dishwasher I got in 1968!!
She still does an Outstanding Job!!

Ha ha ! Well , I got one of those in '72 and she balks a little at those greasy burnt on grill jobs. ,but she's real good on plates and glasses....biggrin.gif
post #183 of 186

some companies say wash inside with a mild soap but i agree with everyone else,you clean it to much youll have to re-season a couple said,i put a foil lining on the bottom and foil line the water pan as well.....then when the meats done i wipe the inside down with a regular dry towel.......its easier to get it off the inside walls while at a descent temp still before it completely dries.

post #184 of 186
I just tried the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser on the window of mes and it brought it back to new! I just wiped it after my last smoke and it came totally clean. I just used water.
post #185 of 186
Originally Posted by bobtheump View Post

Clean it? took me since Christmas to get the thing looking and smelling right.  Sometime when there is no leftovers in the house I just go out and sniff the thing to make me feel better.

Me too. :biggrin:

post #186 of 186

I have two "dishwashers" at my place and NO they are not both human.  One I have had LONG before automatic dishwashers were ever invented, the other one is a KitchenAid sold a while back.


Since the smoker racks won't fit into the KitchenAid, that leaves the "human" dishwasher.  She is willing but I think laying that task on her would be a bit unfair.  She does however enjoy the fruits of my labor.


Guess I'll stick to the cutoff barrel idea, cleaning them by hand and move on.

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