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My first attempt at bologna...

Post in 'DIY and General non-hearth advice' started by ROVERT, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. ROVERT

    ROVERT Member

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    Here they are waiting for the smoker to warm up:

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    Here they are in the smoker:

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    And here's the smoker bundled up and doing it's job:

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    I burned two pans of chips in the smoker and transferred them to the oven which is set at 200 degrees. Now I just have to turn them regularly and wait for the internal temp to get where it needs to be. I hope they turn out well. I microwaved a few small little rolls and the flavor was good. We'll see in a few hours.
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  2. schlot

    schlot Minister of Fire

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    Very cool...but it doesn't look like there is enough for everyone on the forum.
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  3. ROVERT

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    Yeah, sorry, I had a good year chasing the deer but I don't think I could feed the forum even if I turned all of my venison into bologna.
  4. schlot

    schlot Minister of Fire

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    Well in that case, just ship one of them to me and I will, unselfishly mind you, taste it for all the members of the forum.
  5. ROVERT

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    How generous of you.

    Here's the finished product:

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    I'm very pleased with how it turned out. I'll definitely be making more of this in the future. Tomorrow, though, snack sticks are going into the smoker.

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