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    Quote Originally Posted by njxbow View Post
    I just made 10 lbs of venison bacon "sizzle lean style" in my Bradley. I can't keep this stuff around, everyone loves it.
    Need recipe....

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    Quote Originally Posted by njxbow View Post
    I just made 10 lbs of venison bacon "sizzle lean style" in my Bradley. I can't keep this stuff around, everyone loves it.
    Looks tasty. I'll take mine with scrambled eggs and rye toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njxbow View Post
    this is my smoker setup. I put it in a garden tool shed mounted to a dolly. I leave it in my garage and just roll it out when smoking. you can see the after market temp controller that I use from auber instruments made just for the Bradley. it holds temps to +/- 1 degree which is real important when making sausages. I do all my venison sausages, snack sticks and bacon in here as well as pork shoulders for pulled pork. I never had to replace anything in 6 years but I don't use it every day
    Yellow Vette?
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    I have a Bradley as well. I added a circulation fan, 900 watt element, Auber PID controller and I use pellets for smoke. Not the Bradley pucks.
    So basically, it's an insulated box at this point with "Bradley" written on it.

    I use my electric smoker for fish, cheese, bacon and sausages. The smoker never goes over 175 degrees. I prefer my charcoal smokers for briskets, pulled pork, leg of lamb, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilesAway View Post
    Yellow Vette?
    I saw that too. Looks like a 1986 or a 1987. I have a 1966.
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    Texas Grill BBQ Grill, Texas Grill Wood Pellet Grill - BBQ075 | Traeger Grills best investment I ever made..i can cold smoke,grill,bake what ever I use it three day a week if im home ..I have a 19 pound rib roast im gonna smoke for chrismass dinner

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    Quote Originally Posted by smittty View Post
    Texas Grill BBQ Grill, Texas Grill Wood Pellet Grill - BBQ075 | Traeger Grills best investment I ever made..i can cold smoke,grill,bake what ever I use it three day a week if im home ..I have a 19 pound rib roast im gonna smoke for chrismass dinner
    19lbs? Damn what are you feeding all of South jersey?

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    it's gonna feed 14 of us and I got a 16 pound turkey for back up,,, but really that's a great smoker /grill and it also make a hell of a pizza

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    Looks like a 1986 or a 1987
    it's an 86 but I sold it a couple years ago. it was a total garage queen, I rarely drove it.
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    Need recipe....
    www.curleyssausagekitchen.com The only thing I added to the recipe was 1 teaspoon of brown sugar per pound of meat which seemed to balance out the saltiness a little bit better than the plain recipe but it is still not sweet. Also, I add 2 lbs of pork trimmings to 5 lbs of venison.
    It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first. - Ronald Reagan

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