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    Forgot to add.. I like a wet marinade for jerky smoking, in lieu of the dry seasoning with that pink salt stuff...
    I can look my recipe up, but its basically 4oz soy sauce, 12 oz red wine, bottle of hot sauce (crystal or louisiana), jar of pickled jalapenos, 3 tbsp cayanne pepper, and a tbsp minced garlic
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Get a kamado joe or a egg...u want regret it!!! BBQ r smoke!


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    Quote Originally Posted by marshmstr View Post
    Get a kamado joe or a egg...u want regret it!!! BBQ r smoke!
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    Those kamodo smokers are GREATLY overpriced.
    When all the trees have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the waters are polluted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money.

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    Very happy with my electric Masterbuilt.

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    I would also recc. one of these for cold smoking- cheese and salmon. Set it up via the mailbox method, google it for MES mailbox cold smoke setup.

    http://www.amazenproducts.com/category_s/12.htm

    After years with a cheap Brinkman, I went this route and love it so far.
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    Make sure you buy the good hardwood pellets if it's a pellet smoker, not traeger.

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    Electric all the way! I love mine been using it for about 4 years now. You don't have to worry about filling your tank and checking it so you don't run out. Just set the temp and the time and leave it alone.


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    I have a smokin Tex electric smoker that uses regular wood chunks that don't have to be soaked. Just set the temp and walk away.

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    I'm with Go Deep,lump mesquite for heat and hickory for smoke.dirtclod Az.

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    I ended up getting the Masterbuilt 40" electric smoker and man I love that thing. Sort of been going crazy doing racks of pork ribs, beef roasts, whole chickens, turkeys, ham, and the other day I did a salmon fillet from Costco that I had purchased. It was incredible after I smoked it over Alder Wood. Thanks for all the help guys.
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    Glad you liked it. Salmon likes milder woods IMO. My go to is an alder and apple mix, with a little hickory if I want more, works for my taste anyway.

 

 
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