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  1. captcouillon

    Location Vote - Inaugural VA Smokers Gathering

    The beach is closer,   but the cabin looks way too nice to pass up. Cabin
  2. captcouillon

    QUESTIONS FOR THE BUSINESS OWNERS HERE

    Hey Rollin...  Sure you have already found this, but here is a link to the Coastal Division page with links to regulations, etc.  Everything you never wanted to know.  http://www.gachd.org/environmental-health/food_service.php "Lache pas la potate" (Don't drop the potato) Cap  
  3. captcouillon

    QUESTIONS FOR THE BUSINESS OWNERS HERE

    Spent several years living on Tybee Island GA,  working in a restaurant as well as setting up a lot of local outside events.  Your first stop will be the local health dept. How helpful they will be depends on who you get, and your attitude. They are there to help you, but some of them can be a...
  4. captcouillon

    Safe materials to use in cold smoker construction

    Primary hazards of galvanized coatings are through ingestion or inhalation. Acid exposure can create zinc salts, which are more readily absorbed than metallic zinc. Conclusion: Don't store your tomato juice in a galvanized bucket. Zinc fumes (primarily zinc oxide) can be produced in high heat...
  5. captcouillon

    Sausage cure

    Hard to say without seeing recipe, but many times curing salt is added to promote color and flavor changes rather than for its anti-microbial properties.  
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  7. captcouillon

    how much fuel ?

    Morning Ikrus.. Gonna depend on too many factors to give a one-size-fits-all answer. Eg: Smoker size, insulation, outside temp, etc. But, as an example, I use a modified UDS with an external smoke generator and a 15000 btu burner (about 6" dia) well insulated. As a lb of propane contains aprox...
  8. captcouillon

    The Mother of all recipe links

    Ok folks... I have managed to archive for local use the following from Jerry's old files Sausage Recipes 616 Jerky Recipes 86 Other Recipes (Smoked or goes good with) 148 Total 850 I have packaged them all as one zip file (650 Kb) for local offline use. I have the zip file available on my...
  9. captcouillon

    The Mother of all recipe links

    See Edit on opening post
  10. captcouillon

    The Mother of all recipe links

    PM'd you the link to the zip file
  11. captcouillon

    Just FYI

    Not to cross post, but here is a link to a post I made  on the main sausage board    The Mother of all sausage recipe links As I stated in the post, these recipes are archived on the wayback machine, and it's anybodies guess how long they will be available as the list originated in '99. I am...
  12. captcouillon

    The Mother of all recipe links

    I know this link has been posted in various threads over time, but unless you are searching for it specifically it tends to get lost. This site no longer exists except in the archives of the wayback machine, and even some of their links are currently down or unavailable. As a result, I am...
  13. captcouillon

    The Mother of all recipe links

    I know this link has been posted in various threads over time, but unless you are searching for it specifically it tends to get lost. This site no longer exists except in the archives of the wayback machine, and even some of their links are currently down or unavailable. As a result, I am...
  14. captcouillon

    Traditional Chaudin Recipe?

    Some of them chaudin use a lot of organ meat... kidneys and such. Mais I don't mind a little liver but the dog gets the rest. I'm thinking something along the lines of an andouille, finer ground with maybe a little sweet patat and green onions with a bit of nonfat for a binder? Gonna smoke one...
  15. captcouillon

    Traditional Chaudin Recipe?

    Hoping maybe someone here has a recipe for Chaudin (Also known as ponce, paunche or gog) aka Cajun Haggis. Not how to cook 'em, but the rather the stuffing itself. Have found a few variations, but as the supply of casings I have coming up is limited and perishable, I would rather try...
  16. captcouillon

    One from home ....

    Mizz Boudreaux got to go sit with her Tante Cecile who aint feelin' so good. She gonna be gone a few days so she ask the neighbour lady to stop by and check to make sure Boudreaux takin' care of the bebe ok. Next day de neighbour look in on Boudreaux and the bebe. Bebe Boudreaux crawlin' round...
  17. captcouillon

    I'm In

    New to VA and the forums, but I'm in....  Location Deltaville at the end of the road. (Mid Chesapeake Bay) Lache pa la patate CaptCouillon
  18. captcouillon

    Gotta start somewhere

    Louisiana (Acadia parish) transplant now living in VA on the Chesapeake. Fall's here though it don't feel like it today. Can't get Andouille, Tasso, etc here so time to go back to DIY. Like riding a bike but can always use some new techniques and maybe share some old. Scrapping together a gas (...
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