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    Quote Originally Posted by 410001661 View Post
    How do you like the Bradley smoker? I am looking at a smoker but do not know what one to pull the trigger on.
    I have a Bradley as well. I personally like it, and with the self feeding pucks, it makes it easy to time your smoke. I usually go by 1 puck is 20-30 min of smoke. If I'm doing a slow rib day, I'll put em on low for say 6 hrs and add 5-6 pucks knowing that'll give me around 2 hrs of smoke. I'm not a fan of food over smoked...
    This isn't a test run................Enjoy er'.......

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    I also have a bradley, but I screwed and bought the cheaper one. I didn't know if I would like smoking things so saved money. By the time I realized I liked smoking the digital ones were really expensive. So I would go with the digital and save making my mistake. I have to monitor the box temperature which is a lot more work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabmgb View Post
    I also have a bradley, but I screwed and bought the cheaper one. I didn't know if I would like smoking things so saved money. By the time I realized I liked smoking the digital ones were really expensive. So I would go with the digital and save making my mistake. I have to monitor the box temperature which is a lot more work.
    Digital all the way. Set it and forget it!!

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    I had a Bradley and used it a lot.
    I wanted something different and got a gmg. I love it. I have more range in temperature now. It gives me more options to cook. The bradley is good for jerky and cold smoking cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellerivercrossbowhunter View Post
    Smoked Spicy Beef Sticks Recipe

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    This Smoked Spicy Beef Sticks Recipe is very flexible. You can substitute beef with venison, but pay attention to this. If you’re using venison, add 10-15% beef or pork fat. As for the casings, it’s possible to use sheep or collagen cases, 17-19 mm. Smoke them for 1 1/2 – 2 hours at a cabinet temperature of 150°F-160°F. Then bump the cabinet temperate up to 175°F until internal temperature measures 152°F. At this temperature, you will have a fresh snack stick style. Or you can continue until you reach your desired dryness, or dehydrate further for Slim Jim like dryness.

    Ingredients
    For a 5 Pound Recipe

    •5 pounds of lean burger (85/15) or venison. If using venison, add 10-15% beef or pork fat.
    •1 tsp Instacure #1 (aka Pink salt; Prague Powder #1; Modern Cure #1; T.C.M.)
    •1-1/2 tsp Black pepper
    •1-1/2 tsp Red chili pepper (I used chipotle)
    •1-1/2 tsp Garlic salt
    •2 tsp. Accent (optional)
    •1 tsp Cayenne pepper (add more for additional heat)
    •1/2 tsp Paprika
    •2 tsp Crushed red pepper (I ran thru spice mill just a little to break up seeds)

    •1/2 Cup cold water
    •3 Tbsp Salt
    •2 tsp Sugar
    •2 tsp Hot sauce (I used Franks Extra Hot)

    •1 Tbsp encapsulated citric acid (optional)
    •Sheep or collagen casings 17 – 19mm

    Directions
    1.In a small bowl, mix hot sauce, sugar, water and salt together. Stir until sugar and water are completely dissolved.

    2.In a separate bowl, mix the rest of the dry ingredients except the encapsulated citric acid. Stir until well blended.

    3.Combine wet and dry ingredients with meat and mix well.

    4.Just before stuffing, mix in encapsulated citric acid, and stuff mixture into prepared casings. Arrange sausage on racks, and place into the Bradley Smoker.

    5.Apply smoke for 1 1/2 – 2 hours at a cabinet temperature of 150°F-160°F. Then, bump the cabinet temperate up to 175°F until internal temperature measures 152°F. At this temperature, you will have a fresh snake stick style. Or you can continue until you reach your desired dryness, or dehydrate further for Slim Jim like dryness.
    Perfect, Thanks!
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    Ulrich meats. Front street in orillia. Awesome!!!

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