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Old 09-20-2008, 11:37 AM   #1
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Oink Sausage

I’m making up the sausage for Oink today….The last two weeks have been one hell of a ride…this sausage was supposed to be made last week….but do to various things….it didn’t happen…I ran into a great deal of snags along the way but we have managed to get the sausage into the smoke house….As always the boys helped make the sausage..they did a great job of cranking…..Lynn is doing the clean up and I will begin the arduous task of smoking it…(I’m thinking a lot of beer, some blues on the ipod and some well deserved hammock time).
I’m looking forward to putting the smokehouse thru its paces…its been awhile since I could use it. Today its Grandpa Jumbos Polish sausage smoked with smokinlicous cherry logs….

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Old 09-20-2008, 12:03 PM   #2
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Excellent. I can't wait to meet you and your family.
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The sausage has been smoking for about 5 hrs plus 1 hour to dry it out….It has taken on some nice color…time to turn the heat up to 165* and let it ride….

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Damn, wish I could make it!
Nick look into one of those cheap Jet Blue flights from NY to Buffalo...we'll get you at the airport
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Looks great Witt..good job. Now tell me if that smoker got the heat coming up from the bottom how come it dont scorch the lower loops on the bottomside? I have to turn my link strings into hoops and give em an occasion spin on the sticks to make it cook evenly. Enquiring minds need to know this kinda stuff. Thanks.

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Old 09-20-2008, 07:20 PM   #10
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That spin you are talking about of the links is a good idea…I haven’t had any issue with this because we made a heat sink/smoke diffuser out of a scrap piece of concrete board…and there is enough convection going on that the heat from the bottom isn’t an issue…also there is a fan attached to the back of the element that keeps the element cool and helps to move the heat….Least that’s what this Yankee things
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