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Old 02-09-2009, 11:29 AM   #1
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Jerky and Pastrami

I’ve got some jerky in the smokehouse and a couple of pastramis that have been curing and are ready to smoke…I hung the pastrami in the smokehouse to form the pellicle…and have now moved them to the Big WSM for some smoke and cooking….the temps for the jerky in the smokehouse would be to low for the Pastrami…




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Old 02-09-2009, 12:16 PM   #2
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I'm sure envious of your smokehouse. If I ever get as serious about it as you are I might consider one. Do your have a recipe you'll share for your pastrami brines/ rubs
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Old 02-09-2009, 12:28 PM   #3
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Here you go
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Old 02-09-2009, 02:53 PM   #4
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The thin jerky is off…and man does it taste good…I forgot how good this stuff is….it might have to much of a kick for the wife and the kids…

A couple of more hours on the thicker stuff…
Pastrami has had enough smoke and its time for the Texas Crutch to finish up the cooking process….


It smelling good….can’t wait for dinner later in the week and some hash on the weekend..
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Looks great. How's that proscuitto (sp?) coming along?
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Looks great. How's that proscuitto (sp?) coming along?
Out of sight out of mind....I did check it the other day and its drying...another 9 months and its done
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Well Witt..sounds like ya done good as usual. Now since this is a family oriented type place not sure it be a good idear to be mentioning the Pellecle or a lack thereof. If you get my drift..wink wink I think kids should learn about that kinda bizness like most of the rest of us learned it..which was from other kids. Just a word to the wise so to speak.

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As always, great job Dave. Did you take something to the garage when you picked up your buggies?

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Dave, Dave, Dave....... I think you might need an outside opinion as to the flavor of that jerky!
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As always, great job Dave. Did you take something to the garage when you picked up your buggies?

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Still down one....hopefully it will be back tomarrow
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Nothing beats some homemade pastrami
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That's beautiful, Dave.

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(It makes me sooooo hungry for a good pastrami sandwich! )
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