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Thread: My First Smoke with the 1400......Jimmy Dean Sausage

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    Default My First Smoke with the 1400......Jimmy Dean Sausage

    I know it's not ribs or brisket, but it is something I like and we are going to a pool party today and I'm bringing the snacks.

    I started with 3-4 oz of pecan in the wood box and also added a couple of peices of charcoal to try and get a smoke ring (I had read this somewhere on this site). I cooked them for around 2 hours at 225 until I got an internal temp. of 180.

    The smoke flavor was great. I didn't achieve the smoke ring I wanted, but other than that, I'm sure they will be a hit at the party.











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    i'm sure it taste as good as it looks.....Enjoy.....Steve

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    Looks like you ended up with summer sausage---looks good! Are you using this smoker in your house? I bet your house smells good!

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    Yes, they were good. No, I use it outside on a covered pourch.

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    Never tried that...will have to give it a try.

    BillyBob

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    I use about 8 pieces of charcoal infused with mesquite for the red ring. On ribs it's about halfway through them, brisket about half an inch and everything else about the same.
    Mike

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    Nice fatties! Good job!

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    Default That's called a 'Fattie'

    Those smoked sausages are called 'Fatties'. TVWB has had them for years.

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    I remember when MY smoker was that clean!! Don't get used to it!!!!!!

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    That is a new one for me. Tasty looking, but new. I really have to try this for breakfast sometime.

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