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    Welcome to SMF from North Texas. I do not have experience with that smoker, but it looks as though other do. Good luck and Smoke ON! - Jason
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    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and the rest of the SMF members! Smoke ON! - Jason
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    First whole Turkey on WK Happy Thanksgiving

    Sounds really good! I steep my aromatics before putting them in the cavity. I feel like I get more flavor that way....or I could just be wasting time. Smoke ON! - Jason
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    Food Safety News - 11/26/2020

    Thanks for sharing Dave. - Jason
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    New build

    Cool set up! Can't wait to see the finished product. Smoke ON! - Jason
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    5 min cheese smoking setup..

    Looking good! Smoke ON! - Jason
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    Turkey and ham

    Just saw this... I hope you figured out a brine recipe for your Ham Steaks. Here is the brine that I use (for average 7lbs ham): - 2 1/4 Cups Kosher Salt - 2 Cups Brown Sugar (Dark not light) - 2 1/2 Tablespoons Prague Powder #2 - 1 Tablespoon Pickling Spice - 1/3 Cup Molasses - Dozen dried...
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    29 Lb Turkey

    What SmokinVOLfan said! Smoke ON and Happy Thanksgiving! - Jason+
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    New Guy Central Gulf Coast.

    Welcome to SMF from North Texas. Smoke ON! - Jason
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    Turkey and ham

    Tinamvial, Welcome to SMF from North Texas. Since you are doing ham steaks, If you have all the necessary ingredients you can do overnight wet brine to get the signature ham flavor, rinse and add to the smoker. Watch your IT temp though, a ham steak will dry out well before the bird is done...
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    Turkey: To Spatchcock or not?

    I spatchcock both whole turkeys and just the breasts along with chickens. I then add the backbone and neck to the smoker. I use the smoked Backbone, the Neck and Carcass to make Turkey/Chicken Stock, the smoke adds an additional flavor profile to the stock. The Stock makes a great substitute...
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    Healthier Breakfast Fattie?

    Good looking fatty, when I use turkey sausage, I add additional spice to it. Smoke ON! - Jason
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    Pork Chops 2 ways - Stuffed and Not Stuffed

    Thanks much!
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    Pork Chops 2 ways - Stuffed and Not Stuffed

    My mom used to make them when I was a kid, but always over cooked them and always dried them out. It has been great to find out how good chops can be when cooked properly! - Jason
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    Pork Chops 2 ways - Stuffed and Not Stuffed

    Thanks much!
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    S&P STL spares for a spin!

    Good Looking Ribs! Smoke ON! - Jason
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    Pork Chops 2 ways - Stuffed and Not Stuffed

    Thanks everyone! I really appreciate the comments.
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    First time making Beef ribs

    Welcome to SMF from North Texas. Sometimes cherry smoke is tough to see in beef. Looks good! Smoke ON! - Jason
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    Pork Chops 2 ways - Stuffed and Not Stuffed

    Thank you!
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    Dry Cured & Smoked Steelhead Trout

    Looks Great! - Jason
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