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Old 01-05-2007, 04:46 PM   #1
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What wittdog said

Well I'm doing jerky for the first time this weekend. I've been reading witts treads to figure out what to do.

Witt said buy top round


Buy 1 get 1 free


Witt said to slice it thin after partialy freezing


Witt said use this stuff


Witt said mix well


Somebody else said to try this recipe


So now I can blame Witt!
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Old 01-05-2007, 04:54 PM   #2
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Looks like a good start Nick....you can also blame Witt if it doesn't turn out good but I'm sure it will.........
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Old 01-05-2007, 06:11 PM   #3
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I use top round for jerky.
Good score on the buy one get one free Nick
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Old 01-05-2007, 06:27 PM   #4
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Whats the pink stuff in the plastic bag?
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Old 01-05-2007, 06:47 PM   #5
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Man! Nick I didn't even notice you were using the "pink stuff"
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Pink is pepto-bismal incase jerky doesn't come out well?
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Old 01-06-2007, 08:00 AM   #7
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Looks good Nick...did Witt also say that this is the first time he tried this reicpe
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Oh great! Not really too worried about that. I'm gonna have to leave mine until tomorrow to smoke, I didn't relize how much stuff I had going on today. Witt, how long do you think that stuff will be in the smokehouse?
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My guess is about 8hrs maybe a little more.....
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Witt said....If you are using the lectic your going to want to rotate the shelves during the process...the walls will reflect the heat and the stuff near the back will cook quicker...and the bottom rack will cook quicker than the top...your going to want to move the bottom to to the top and rotate the rack when you do...This usually isn't a problem with sausge cuz it's hung or with a large piece of meat like the ham but with jerky it will become an issue....
OH yeah and spray the cooking racks with Pam or lightly oil...the mrs. neglected to do that this morning when she put them on
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Witt said....If you are using the lectic your going to want to rotate the shelves during the process...the walls will reflect the heat and the stuff near the back will cook quicker...and the bottom rack will cook quicker than the top...your going to want to move the bottom to to the top and rotate the rack when you do...This usually isn't a problem with sausge cuz it's hung or with a large piece of meat like the ham but with jerky it will become an issue....
OH yeah and spray the cooking racks with Pam or lightly oil...the mrs. neglected to do that this morning when she put them on
Like I said, blame witt!
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Are you hiding the liquid smoke behind the Soy Sauce? Then you could do it in a dehydrater
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I've done jerky in a dehydrater and it works pretty well...
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Tray 1 Witt style


Tray 2 Witt style


Tray 1 Nick style


Tray 2 Nick style. Oops, not a full one!


Hickory ready to go


Put the meat in the smokehouse at 6:30 this morning. It's now 7:45 and I'm going to put the hickory on now. Should be ready to go. I'll rotate the shelfs for the first time now also.
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Nick the flavor will change after the jerky cools and sits overnight...
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Tatses much betterer today!
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Which one or both.....and wheres the pics
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Both mellowed out. Your recipe had a better taste than mine. Sorry no finished pics, the battery went dead on my camera!
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NO PICS NO COOK :P
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Both mellowed out. Your recipe had a better taste than mine. Sorry no finished pics, the battery went dead on my camera!
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