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  • #31
    Originally posted by JEBar View Post


    while I understand the reasoning behind it, I really think they try to print the very few instructions with each picture in too many different languages .... things get too jumbled .... OH well, now that I've done one, a second would be much easier .... my hope is this one will last so long that I will have forgotten all I learned before I should have a need to put another one together
    Jim, at your age, you could forget next week! Couldn't resist.
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    • #32
      ain't that the truth ....
      Jim
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        on of the things I enjoy about fall is smoking sausage .... for the first run of this fall we purchased 20 lbs of what, around here, they call link sausage .... sometime before New Years I hope to do another 20 lbs .... our current 44-Inch smoker could handle 40 lbs at once .... I'm finding is propane burners do an excellent job of maintaining the temp and the Big Kahuna Cold Smoke Generator provides a volume and consistency of smoke that produces really good food .. .. pictures show the process from going into the smoker to being vacuumed sealed and headed for the freezer
        Jim
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