Maple Pepper Bacon Sausage Using Bearcarver's Loaf Method

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Disco, I'm curious about something.  I don't have an electric smoker YET so how would this work in my offset smoker?  My guess is I would have to run my smoker at a lower temp than I normally run it correct?  I would smoke it for 3 hours and do like you did - finish cooking in the oven.  Does that sound about right?

Josie

Here we run into something I have in abundance, ignorance.

I know nothing about offset smokers.

The purpose of the low smoking temperatures are twofold.

First they allow a slow cook to give time to get smoke on it.

Second is to slow cook so you don't get the fat rendering out and ruining the texture.

I would think that you would be fine if you could keep the temperatures around the 200 to 220 F range. You would just have less time in the smoke.

Disco
 
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Here we run into something I have in abundance, ignorance.

I know nothing about offset smokers.

The purpose of the low smoking temperatures are twofold.

First they allow a slow cook to give time to get smoke on it.

Second is to slow cook so you don't get the fat rendering out and ruining the texture.

I would think that you would be fine if you could keep the temperatures around the 200 to 220 F range. You would just have less time in the smoke.

Disco
ok thanks D.
 
Here we run into something I have in abundance, ignorance.

I know nothing about offset smokers.

The purpose of the low smoking temperatures are twofold.

First they allow a slow cook to give time to get smoke on it.

Second is to slow cook so you don't get the fat rendering out and ruining the texture.

I would think that you would be fine if you could keep the temperatures around the 200 to 220 F range. You would just have less time in the smoke.

Disco
one more question - smoking at that temp (200-229F) how long do you think it will take to smoke??  Anyone......???? 
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one more question - smoking at that temp (200-229F) how long do you think it will take to smoke??  Anyone......???? 
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Of course, time isn't the main issue, the internal temperature is. You want to cook it to 150 F. I would guess that would be about 3 to 4 hours.
 
 
LOL Disco! just drink a couple bottles of red wine that will make you sleep better!  no pressure my friend
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I can't wait to make your recipe. 
Actually, I am trying to persuade the missus I need calming. If that doesn't work, I will try the wine.
 
SVB=SmokingVegasBaby - I was also replying to her I have NFDM here I will try it when I do this recipe - Thanks Disco

DS
 
Disco, I'am not sure how I missed this thread ! What a great tutorial, video & overall just a great thread ! I gotta give this a try, just hope to do it the justice you did ! Tasty lookin snack !

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