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PostPosted: Aug 20th, '18, 09:15 
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When is the inauguration then? Looks pretty ready for it from here! P.S. don't scare the piglets with it, lol!

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Looks like you've got it all under control, and it should an absolute winner, I can't wait to see something there smoking.

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We are still stage 2 No Burn. I probably would get a load of fire retardant and the whole Sheriffs department to visit. :D

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Ah don't be a party pooper. Just invite the sheriffs :shifty:

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We are still stage 2 No Burn. I probably would get a load of fire retardant and the whole Sheriffs department to visit. :D


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You guys just want to see me with the Sheriffs jewelry :D and the Sheriffs Hostel has lousy food and no beer.


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Looks pretty awesome. I've never wanted a smoker after seeing everyone slave over these things they call smokers now adays... but seeing this makes me think there is room in my backyard for one of these. Maybe I should convince my dad that we should build one on our property in TN instead, so we could smoke stuff when we are there and work out the kinks before I try doing it at home... already have the stove down there for that. It looks like you could almost hang a full grown hog in there not just a piglet.

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Brian, I only eat, which has not been given a name. Keep it secret, the smoker is a threat for Mrs D and Mr D, when they don't behave.

rinninger its big enough for a whole pig of 100lbs, at 250F around 8 hours.

We had some rain last night 24mm, very nice.

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So a short up date.
D+D are doing rather well and behave like little tanks. I have to get the scale out, but by picking them up, I figure they are now 30+ pounds.

I have a serious problem with tomatoes, to fricking many. I am harvesting and harvesting. Every second day I get a plastic bag full. About 5 pounds.
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I have 3 pots with Brandywine, those toms come in at 400 grams average.

Have get my girly side going and start to learn how to preserve them, hop hop into the kitchen.
Bellpeppers, hot peppers, you name it

The 3 survivors from the snake pond have doubled in size. Since I did not want to do te aquarium filter thing, I threw together an emergency aquaponics for them, found some bell pepper plants at Wall Mart, the left overs.
Now I have more bell peppers
Dirty little bastards, :D

We even had some rain this month over 10mm and things have a touch of green again.
But foliage is turning already.
The fire is still burning within the containment lines, very low intensity, so they will let it burn.


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awesome tom's there mate!

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Last project for this year.
A wicking bed, 10 feet by 3.5 by 3.5 feet.

It has around 8 inches water, milk crates, 2 layers heavy duty wheat tarp and than manure.
As a liner I used some oil field grade liner, was for free, tough stuff to work with, but free, no bitching.
For buckets manure, 1 big bale peat moss and half a bale straw.
With the winter moisture that stuff will do some cooking and will be ready for spring.


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Since the no burn got lifted, I did some seasoning of the smoker and naturally experiment, to see how it works.
To crank it up I use a plumbers torch. It takes some time to built proper temps, which the stove can hold.
Once it goes over 200F, it is fine and than smolders at 180F.
I will ad a feature to the stove, so I can use a small torch to keep the temp beyond 200F.
I am actually very pleased with everything over 160 to 200.

Slow cooking and smoking, great results.

I will do 2 more seasoning burns with oak, scrub oak and than try some trout, with oak and appel wood.


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Sweet. Everything looks great gnoib. I need to figure out why our little smoker isn't getting past 150F.

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