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11-02-2019 09:01 PM
EventHorizon Not in KS, I'm in Tampa. Being a carnivore I enjoy venison, beef, pork, turkey and chicken products and we're constantly exploring the various ways to prepare meat. I'm not a chef but between the wife and I the results are usually very tasty.
10-23-2019 09:30 PM
EventHorizon
Legal? Anything is legal until you get caught!

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Is that stuff legal in Tennessee?
The medical marijuana bill hasn't passed in TN. I'm neutral undecided on the issue. Now considering the number of co-workers that I've turned into jerky junkies, I suppose making something too good to resist could be considered at the least immoral if not illegal.
10-23-2019 01:15 AM
bunkerbuster
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Originally Posted by EventHorizon View Post
I'm planning on smoking my brains out on my next visit to the cabin in Tennessee.
Is that stuff legal in Tennessee?
10-22-2019 09:16 PM
ksmedman
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Originally Posted by EventHorizon View Post
Got some of this on the way -

https://www.waltonsinc.com/willies-s...SAAEgJrw_D_BwE

So the entire package is good for 25 lb.s, now for smaller batches they also have a conversion chart for 1 lb. or 5 lb.s depending how big you need to go. Dry weight or volume measurements provided, .94 ounces per pound or if you don't have a digital scale 2 Tbsp and 2 tsps per pound. They even have a 100lb size for bigger situations.

Making a 5 lb. batch is very possible. Making a 25 lb. batch would be an all day affair. Making a 100 lb. batch, I can dream can't I?
You in Wichita? I go by there all the time. The Snack Seasoning is awesome, you won't be disappointed.
They have a Killer Bee rub that's the basis for what I use.
I smoke a lot... and not the stuff that's legal in CO, LOL.
10-22-2019 08:50 PM
EventHorizon
Let us know how it goes.

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Originally Posted by Pitbull_Dallas View Post
I've got that website saved from way back, along with dozens more. Yes, they do look good. I used to be into sausage making big time, so maybe it's time to pull out the equipment and give these a shot..

If you have any sausage recipes that are exceptional please share. I'm planning on smoking my brains out on my next visit to the cabin in Tennessee.

The Philly Cheese steak fatty recipe from that site has been on my bucket list far too long.
10-22-2019 08:39 PM
EventHorizon Got some of this on the way -

https://www.waltonsinc.com/willies-s...SAAEgJrw_D_BwE

So the entire package is good for 25 lb.s, now for smaller batches they also have a conversion chart for 1 lb. or 5 lb.s depending how big you need to go. Dry weight or volume measurements provided, .94 ounces per pound or if you don't have a digital scale 2 Tbsp and 2 tsps per pound. They even have a 100lb size for bigger situations.

Making a 5 lb. batch is very possible. Making a 25 lb. batch would be an all day affair. Making a 100 lb. batch, I can dream can't I?
10-22-2019 02:39 AM
bunkerbuster If you want to make any kind of DIY hot links eye watering & nasal clearing HOT

Add some Chinese Hot Mustard to your recipe.

10-21-2019 08:34 AM
Pitbull_Dallas I've got that website saved from way back, along with dozens more. Yes, they do look good. I used to be into sausage making big time, so maybe it's time to pull out the equipment and give these a shot..
10-20-2019 10:13 PM
EventHorizon
Hot Links

I happen to enjoy spicy foods and came across this recipe -

https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/th...-links.118411/

The full details are about 3/4 down the page, if they only taste half as good as they look this will have to be explored further.

Comment about the site: If it can be smoked there's a thread. Building a smoker from a 55 gallon drum and larger is covered as well.

My apolgies for causing feelings of equipment or cooking envy.

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