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Bradley Set of 4 Jerky Racks

Average User Rating:
1/5,
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Price:
$46.86
By:
Bradley Smoker
  • Teflon coated so your jerky won't stick to the racks. Allows you to do other small items such as almond nuts. Great for smoking oysters.
  • Binding:
    Lawn & Patio
    Brand:
    Bradley
    EAN:
    0689796990100
    Feature:
    Smaller mesh openings
    Height:
    15 inches
    Length:
    16 inches
    Weight:
    2 pounds
    Width:
    13 inches
    Label:
    Bradley Smoker
    List Price:
    $31.99
    Manufacturer:
    Bradley Smoker
    Model:
    BTJERKY
    MPN:
    BTJERKY
    Package Quantity:
    1
    Product Group:
    Lawn & Patio
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_LAWN_AND_GARDEN
    Publisher:
    Bradley Smoker
    Studio:
    Bradley Smoker
    Title:
    Bradley Set of 4 Jerky Racks
    UPC:
    689796990100
    Release Date:
    2006-05-01
    Warranty:
    Full US Warranty by Bradley Technologies

Recent User Reviews

  1. predatorbass
    1/5,
    "my jerky stuck bad to them"
    Value:
    1/5,
    Quality:
    1/5,
    Ease of Use:
    3/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Oct 11, 2011
    Purchase Price:
    39.00
    Pros - they are for sale if anyone wants them, used once
    Cons - nothing good about them
    non stick, should say will stick.
    1 person likes this.

User Comments

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  1. ronrude
    Spreay them with cooking spray, set them in your grill and bake them with a load of coal. Just like seasoning cast iron. It should help.
  2. leesitka
  3. predatorbass
  4. corchaz
    Hi Pred, one thing I know is that all new racks I have used have a tendency to stick. Once they get seasoned they should be fine. My friend from MTL comes for a visit in the summer and he will go in my smoker and clean and scrub all my smoker racks. It takes me three or four times of using them just to get them to stop sticking. Hope this helps
  5. elkmaster101
    3 lb expanded metal (raised) not flattened,
    most of your local metal shops around has at one time or another
    built something from it.
    see if they can cut you off a chunk.
    the one in this picture is 5'-0 X 16" with 10 lbs of jerky layed out on it.
    your jerky lays out great little contact only on the high points.
    gets good color and lifts right off.
  6. predatorbass
  7. mikewysuph
    Hey Pred....did your recipe have any sugars in it? I've found that any sugar-based marinade will really make things sticky in the drying process.
    Hope that helps.