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  1. makeminemeat

    A first for me.

    The folks at Southern Pride are real helpful. I just had to "nuke" it a little.
  2. makeminemeat

    A first for me.

    Well it was bound to happen. I have a Southern Pride SC200 as part of my arsenal and today, as I type this, I have an electric heater inside the smoke box just to get it warm enough to start. It has a temp probe inside that won't let it start unless is a certain temp and I guess -25C is not...
  3. makeminemeat

    Smokin' deal on Southern Pride SC-200

    Thanks guys. I will keep you posted as to the results when I get the power hooked up.  
  4. makeminemeat

    Smokin' deal on Southern Pride SC-200

    Hi there. I haven't posted in a long time but, I have been watching and learning and putting all the good info to use. I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a Southern Pride SC-200 commercial rig. These things are quite expensive here in Canada and I got one at a farm auction for $500. I...
  5. makeminemeat

    Sealing a store bought smoker

    I went to the woodstove store and got the high heat rope style seal that just sticks on (boy does it stick). Sealed it up good.  
  6. makeminemeat

    Does anyone know of a new and larger sized Masterbuilt Propane Smoker?

    That's the same one I have and it was the largest at the time. It works pretty good, but has it's draw backs. Such as...legs are flimsy, be careful when moving it. I added braces to mine. Door leaks badly, I added stove door seal to close it up. It is hard to keep the temps low at times, ie...
  7. makeminemeat

    Tender Quick in Canada

    Thanks for the info. They came out very good. I think more spice is needed for me. I have a smoke generater, and that was my next thought. Smoke for a while before heat.I just came back from the farm where I cut a winters supply of hickory and apple 
  8. makeminemeat

    Tender Quick in Canada

    I had a hell of a time getting started. It's snowing here and the wind is 45 kph and I could not get the smoker below 160* with the door closed and the lowest setting. I had to turn the gas up and open the door to compensate for the wind and heat. It seems to be working ok now. Two more hours or so.
  9. makeminemeat

    Tender Quick in Canada

    Aptly put. I am preparing your Unstuffed beef sticks as we speak. I only hope that I can do them justice. Thanks for the step by step and recognizing my adorable potential. Will let you now how they turn out.
  10. makeminemeat

    Tender Quick in Canada

    Thanks for the info. I will do just that.
  11. makeminemeat

    Tender Quick in Canada

    Thanks for the info. I just got a care package shipped from FLA. I spoke to Windsor again and I was mistaken, (first time...ever). They told me the first time that it was not sold in Ontario and my brain just took it from there. Oh well, thanks again, I've got enough to do plenty of pepperoni now.
  12. makeminemeat

    Tender Quick in Canada

    Actually, I spoke with Morton and Windsor Customer Service and they checked for Canadian outlets. They say no dice. No big deal. I live on both sides of the border and can pick more up the next time I get down there. Can't send moose...smoking all I can get. Thanks folks.
  13. makeminemeat

    Tender Quick in Canada

    Thanks for the replies. I have spoken to Windsor and Morton, and they say they do not have retailers in Canada. Online store only. About $26 for a package before the Canadian government tacks on it's share. Called my aunt in Florida and two packages are on their way because I am so adorable...
  14. makeminemeat

    Tender Quick in Canada

    Can anyone tell me a substitute for TQ that I can get in Canada (Ontario)? Morton does not sell it here, and online ordering adds way to much to the cost.
  15. makeminemeat

    FYI on pecans for the holidays

    Thanks for the info. Just something to shy away from when serving guests.
  16. makeminemeat

    FYI on pecans for the holidays

    On a related topic.....can anyone tell me, with first hand knowledge, if using pecan wood for smoking would effect a nut allergy? I would love to use some pecan for smoking, but, also would hate to croak the neighbors. (Well, most of them). Thanks
  17. makeminemeat

    No "stall" yet

    Thanks, I think I'll give it a try
  18. makeminemeat

    No "stall" yet

    Update.........Everything worked out great.Butt was more than fine and Dutch's beans were a big hit. Pic's will follow when I get smarter, but for right now the Q is great. Question...Can I expect longer cook times if the smoker is full? My thoughts are that each piece of meat is an individual...
  19. makeminemeat

    Does anyone know of a new and larger sized Masterbuilt Propane Smoker?

    Haven't figured out the pics yet. I'm up to my ears with this smoke and working at the same time. I'll get it figured out soon. I am, however, taking the pics to post later.
  20. makeminemeat

    Allergies?????

    Thanks for the replies, I'll ask the sawbones.
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