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  1. scottyboy-texas

    Smoking Drumsticks?

    I replaced the water element with playground sand, wrapped aluminum foil around it was n several layer....one its all heated up, the sand acts as a heatsink and helps maintain temps during cookin...
  2. scottyboy-texas

    Black Pepper Jerky

    To me its a lighter smoke flavor, soaked they seem to smoke abit longer....just make sure to weed out the bad hulls.
  3. scottyboy-texas

    Black Pepper Jerky

    We pick up the leftover hickory nuts in the fall, remove the hulls and bust em up. Whenever they are needed, soak em in water an hour or so and toss em on the fire like regular chips...
  4. scottyboy-texas

    and so it begins......again!

    thanks gotarace, gonna get this switch from split logs to electric figured out.....mainly just a temperature thing I believe....seems like it'll be alot less work...lol
  5. scottyboy-texas

    MES 30 vs 15lb gobbler

    Eric.....things went amazing, preheat 275, hit 159 @3.5 hours...went a total of 6.5 hours for 180 in the breast....juicy and Del cy, sorry I forgot to tell ake pics....nuttin left but a few bones and lotsa happy peeps. Thanks for your email input...
  6. scottyboy-texas

    MES 30 vs 15lb gobbler

    Thanx Eric.....gonna nix the apple,and during process injectioms so as to attain throrough heat during cookthe ng....preheat is a mustand will commence at midnight tnite..thanks alot !!
  7. scottyboy-texas

    MES 30 vs 15lb gobbler

    greetings all,just got my first electric smoker and with Christmas close have decided to smoke turkey..here's my plan; 1-15lb bird, inject w/T Chachere's butter blend, apply similar rub thruout..stuff an apple in the cavity... rest, 3-4am insert bird in preheated (275)MES and proceed to load...
  8. scottyboy-texas

    and so it begins......again!

    Greetings all from Texas, a newbie to the electric smoke machines but time has come to retire the saw, axe and hard work normally used. Gonna try to hone the skills on the MES 30...
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