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FILTHY OAR

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  1. Ask for an early Christmas present, everyone in family chip in, hint hint
  2. Looks good MISFISH, did ya like the fall off the bone ribs ?, I do 1-1/2hrs wrapped in my smoker @ 220DEG then unwrap and put back on, this tightins things back up a bit, the less time wrapped the less fall off the bone they will be.
  3. Dr Pepper Jalapeno smoked jerky, took it off the internet, some call to heat up the ingredients but I did not, marinated in the fridge for 48hrs. I also did not dry ea strip of meat off, right from the marinade onto the jerky racks and into the smoker. 3hrs tops, I start taking pcs off as they are done. Ingredients 1 2-3 pound beef eye of round roast thin sliced against the grain For the marinade: 2 cups Dr. Pepper 2 jalapenos sliced 1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 2 Tablespoons kosher salt 2 teaspoons black pepper 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder Instructions In a medium saucepan, combine all of the ingredients for the marinade. Bring to a boil and reduce the heat to a simmer for 10-15 minutes or until the mixture has reduced by half. You should have just over a cup of marinade. Chill the marinade completely. Transfer the sliced beef to a gallon sized zip top bag and pour in the marinade. Massage the marinade into the meat and refrigerate for 8-12 hours, or overnight. Preheat your smoker or oven to approximately 170 degrees. Remove the meat from the marinade and dry each strip thoroughly by laying on paper towels. Transfer the strips to the grill grate, jerky rack, or cooling rack and smoke/cook for 2-3 hours (depending on the thickness of your slices, some thicker pieces can take 4-5 hours). Check often after the first hour to be sure your jerky is drying evenly. You are looking for jerky that is firm and still slightly pliable, but not soft. If you bend your jerky and it breaks, you've cooked it a little too long. Place the finished jerky in a gallon zip top bag while it is still warm. Don't seal closed all the way. The jerky will steam in the bag slightly and this step will make the jerky moist. The jerky will last 3-4 days on the counter or 2 weeks in the fridge.
  4. I smoke something at least once a week but not fish, I have a large barrel offset smoker and a Pit Boss pellet smoker, some of this past summers food. Enjoy
  5. It's pretty dark, half dead/far gone, did you clean and eat that thing ?
  6. I smoke burgers all the time on my pellet smoker. 1hr on 170 then finish off on the grill, no shrinkage and soooo good.
  7. Did you launch in Lasalle ? think I recognize the condo in the back ground...Were ya anchored and casting or drifting and jigging ?
  8. There is white perch in the DR and you will catch them before the silver bass invade the river, white perch is prob what you caught, silvers are just coming into the river now.
  9. Bell only owns the old copper phone lines. this is dial up and is the slowest means for internet.
  10. cut the cord guys, had Bell for the land line and cogeco for tv and internet, all in $270, cut the cord to all...signed up with a new internet provider, 60mb speed and unlimited, $60 bucks, don't need the land line since we have cell phones, went and bought an android box for $80 bucks and signed up for IPTV for $15 month, I litterly have 500 or so channels ( and every channel Cogeco had + ) unlimited movies, so all in $75 a month, thats a savings of $195 a month.....and guys WFN is now the sportsman channel, has nothing to do with your provider.
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