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  1. SuperiorBrew

    24 pounds of dry cured belly bacon (pic heavy)

    Looks very tasty to me, if you seal it up and let it rest for several days to a couple weeks it will mellow out. Mine usually hits where I like it in 5-7 days.
  2. SuperiorBrew

    Pastrami, pic heavy

    Haha, looks damn tasty!
  3. SuperiorBrew

    24 pounds of dry cured belly bacon (pic heavy)

    I have been paying from $2.79-$2.99 for skin off 3-5 slab cases from my local butcher. I think he gets $3.29 if you take a slab or less. I would think being in the middle of BFE up here ours should be higher than those who are in more populated areas. That stuff will provide you with years of...
  4. SuperiorBrew

    Pastrami, pic heavy

    Let us know how they turn out and how you like them.
  5. SuperiorBrew

    Pastrami, pic heavy

    Here is how I do mine I just picked up 3 slabs of belly and some maple sugar, and grade B maple syrup (stronger maple flavor) and am going to do a batch of maple flavored bacon next. https://www.homebrewtalk.com/f172/24-pounds-dry-cured-belly-bacon-pic-heavy-395976/
  6. SuperiorBrew

    Pastrami, pic heavy

    It's a Stoker WIFI from Rock's BBQ
  7. SuperiorBrew

    Pastrami, pic heavy

    A VacmasterVP215 chamber sealer.
  8. SuperiorBrew

    Pastrami, pic heavy

    Picked up 2 corned beef flats, 3.5 & 3.75 lbs. Soaked them in cold water for 30 hours, changing it several times. Rinsed and dried. Oiled with some olive oil and rubbed with: 4 T fresh coarsely ground black pepper 1 T yellow mustard powder 1 T dark brown sugar 1...
  9. SuperiorBrew

    24 pounds of dry cured belly bacon (pic heavy)

    Just keep a few packs and keep family and friends in bacon.
  10. SuperiorBrew

    24 pounds of dry cured belly bacon (pic heavy)

    I use one of these http://www.amazenproducts.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=12, it really doesnt matter what you smoke it in, a cardboard box would even work. I use my FEC-120 or SMO55 I have even used my pellet grill.
  11. SuperiorBrew

    Who's smoking meat this weekend?

    Fired up the BGE Sunday and made 2 pork butts, MOINKS and a few wings.
  12. SuperiorBrew

    24 pounds of dry cured belly bacon (pic heavy)

    12 lb - 7.5 oz 11 lb - 9.1 oz lb pork bellies. I buy them with the skin already removed: You will need kosher salt, sugar and cure #1 A.K.A. prague powder, instacure or pink salt. Its easiest to work in grams and I just found the 2nd of the two calculators below and its much simpler...
  13. SuperiorBrew

    Now I feel like I belong here.

    I set this one up for a brisket cook, I think it went for almost 20 hours, did some chicken and sides after the brisket. On long cooks you want the bigger chunks of lump on the bottom and smaller as you go up.
  14. SuperiorBrew

    Sausage for Milwaukee folks!

    Follow Frank on Facebook he posts pics every week and keeps you up on what hes making.
  15. SuperiorBrew

    Now I feel like I belong here.

    Welcome to eggland! The Maverick ET732 is the most popular one, they work great as with any thermometer just do not get water into the joint where the cable meets the metal probe and it will last for years.
  16. SuperiorBrew

    Post pics of your smoker

    FEC-120 Big Green Egg Cookshack SMO55 Traeger DLX
  17. SuperiorBrew

    A-Maze-N-Tube Cold Smoker

    I have 2 of the regular and one 12" tube. They work great. I'm using 2 of them now to cold smoke some bacon and Canadian bacon.
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