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    Pensacola, FL
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    Family, Course fishing, cooking, Fam Hist, and KK Forum.

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  1. Do u do pic's?
  2. What say you? http://amazingribs.com/recipes/chicken_turkey_duck/ultimate_smoked_turkey.html
  3. Mine is of a little different design. Got from HSN or QVC a couple years ago. It is stainless narrower and deeper with pan that SMALL chips go under. It uses very little wood and does great job of smoking. I use on back porch. After I get amount of smoke desired I remove chips return tray with product and finish cooking in oven with or without lid (as needed) I posted it on site but it was not well received. I use mine quiet often. Joe the old cookshack
  4. For those that do http://www.instructables.com/id/Get-Grilling-Faster-with-Canned-Wood/
  5. No hijack. Just me pushing cheap feed. Please always post. Joe
  6. The post was intended to help those that are or will be feeding farm animals rabbits etc. Fodder will cut feed bills 600-800%. 1 bag rabbit feed = 200 rabbit meals 1 bag barley seed = 14-1600 rabbit meals. Joe
  7. After many years I am back to raising rabbits. The cost is only in the set up. With good advice that cost is very low. If interested or now raising farm animals I suggest you google "rabbit fodder" In the 80's i ran a rabbitry of 100 plus does. Joe
  8. MacKenzie is right on as always. The following is a great aid. http://amazingribs.com/tips_and_technique/meat_science.html
  9. I always heat below the cooked at temp or the product will cook more. Joe
  10. http://blog.sousvidesupreme.com/2011/10/easy-limoncello/ Easy! Lemoncello Makes 2 quarts. 10 fresh lemons for zest 1-1/2 cups castor superfine sugar 1 quart water 1 quart vodka Fill and preheat the SousVide Supreme to 135F/57C. With a vegetable peeler or sharp paring knife: Remove the zest from the lemons. (Save the lemons themselves for another use.) Take the time to scrape away any bits of bitter white pith. (from the underside of the pieces of zest) Put the lemon zest into a gallon zip-closure cooking pouch. Add the vodka. Cook for 2 hours: Meanwhile, in a saucepan over medium heat: Completely dissolve the sugar in the water and set aside to cool. When the cooking time has elapsed, strain the vodka into a bowl or pitcher. Stir in the simple syrup and pour the finished limoncello into clean bottles with tightly fitting stoppers. Chill well and enjoy!
  11. I made my ofuro with a 100 gal Watermaid horse trough from Tractor Supply. Sure is tempting. May do for the Sheriff's Dept.
  12. This is on my list. My home built ofuro tub can reach the required temp. What say you for your pig? http://www.eatmedaily.com/2009/03/the-trojan-hog-on-hestons-roman-feast-video/
  13. Glad you were not hurt. I got my first one from Harbor Freight 7-8 years ago. Have never had a problem. I still use it as a weed burner and to lite the KK. Suggest you give Harbor Freight a chance to correct the problem. Congrats on your successful safety dance. -