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  February 2019   www.SmokinTex.com   Volume XII, Issue II
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Seafood Tray

seafood grill The stainless steel seafood grill is great for smoking small items that could fall through larger grills.
 
          
$24.95-$49.95

Jerky Dryer
The SmokinTex drying system sits on top of any SmokinTex  smoker, over the smoke hole. It has a 12 volt exhaust fan that draws the air from the bottom drip hole up past the wood box and thru the jerky, drying it.
 

SmokinTex Cart
Stainless Steel Cart

Stainless steel cart made especially to hold the SmokinTex Pro Series models 1400 and 1100 smokers. Has fold down side shelf and stationary shelves for easy storage of wood and accessories.

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SmokinTex Cover

New Cover This all-weather cover protects your smoker from the elements.

 

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An internal probe thermometer is a must have for smokin!

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Non-stick Grill Mat

Perfect for fish filets, boneless chicken or turkey breasts. Anything requiring a tighter mesh to provide additional support and/or a non-stick surface.

 

$24.95-$34.95

 

 

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This  KCBS Smoked Pork Tenderloin Recipe was originally posted on our SmokinTex Fourms by Caliboy760. Many of our forum users have tried this recipe with much success.

Forum member Anpav  loved his version and it looks delicious!

Here is how  Anpav  smoked his pork loin:
"Ok, decided to mix it up a little and try this tenderloin cook. Augmented the recipe with 2 tsp onion powder as well. Also didn't have dark brown sugar, so used the light brown variety instead. Cooked it starting a notch below 225°F degrees on the ST. Pulled it at an internal temp of about 156°F degrees as seen by the first picture. Let it rest for about an hour before sampling it. Cook turned mighty nice as seen by the pics. Bacon on the outside was nice and caramelized, tasted like sweet bacon jerky, yum. Think I'll try a more savory version next time and report back. Thanks to all who contributed!"





 
 
" Nothing like homemade jerky. Sliced up a partly frozen 4.5lb bottom round roast into 1/4" slices. Seasoned with a purchased jerky rub. Let cure for 24 hours." By Sodaking27.








 

BigWall eye , Top Senior Member, is a great resource on our SmokinTex Forums . Here is some great advice he gives to all new members to smokin.
"There's lots to learn here, and lots of friendly folks to help. We all want to help you succeed!

As initial recommendations, I'd offer:
Get a good dual probe thermometer, with a remote, like a Maverick brand, or others.

Keep a log of your successes and failures. Sometimes you land on the answer, but more often it's trial and error. If you know where you've been and you like it, you can repeat it. If you don't like it, you know what you did, so you cannot do it again.

Chunks are better than chips and start with less wood. Depending on what you're cooking, it's easy to over smoke. 2 oz of wood is a good starting place.

Start with a smoke that's easy and relatively forgiving, like a pork butt. It's tough to do one wrong, and a successful cook right out of the gate will give you confidence.

Again, welcome, and let us know how we can help!"

BigWalleye

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Video: Smoked Pork Loin
with Chef Sandy
 
Smoked Pork Loin with Chef Sandy by SmokinTex
Smoked Pork Loin with Chef Sandy by SmokinTex


 

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