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Reply by smokepole

Thanks Jay. They're not cured so I've sped them up to temp(160) ASAP. I dried them(110) for 90 minutes before I ran them for 3 hours @ 165

Reply by jay1924

Not an expert, but unless they're cured, I'd be very careful to get them up to temp (above 140) very quickly. You might not be satisfied...

Reply by ribdog

All I can say is that I love my Fast Eddy pellet smokers. Have had one since 2004 and have only had minor issues with the mechanics. Got...

Reply by rjob

Jay's comments are spot on. Own a SM 160 (purchased used). Researched for about 9 months before purchasing an electric cooker. Don't...

Reply by oldsarge

A pellet can give you the best of both worlds: smoker and grill. If you already have a grill, get an electric smoker, the largest you...

Reply by oldsarge

I do believe you are going to enjoy your new toy and the food it produces. Go light on the wood, maybe 2 or 3 ounces per smoke and work...

Reply by idahomike

Re: Spices
Jay: Those are great rubs, and I use them often. I just put a Prime Rib in the smoker with the Casa Seasoning, and fresh Rosemary. I did...

Reply by jay1924

Re: Spices
Mike, the link works if you add the ".com" And you are welcome, I'm glad you like them. I really like those rubs too. Unfortunately, I...

Reply by jay1924

Great story, and good find! A bit after I bought my AQ, I sprung for the stainless steel cart and larger casters, which have made the...

Reply by jay1924

We use our air fryer for lots of stuff, but mainly small quantities. If I wanted to do a few pounds of jerky, it wouldn't work, plus no...

Reply by joem

Probably more info on the air fryer forums.

Reply by LonzinomakerCS

If you're not smoking the jerky, I would use the house oven. As to checking the temp of the meat, yes you should to make sure it is up...

Reply by mountainman

JAY1924 is correct the electrics are great I've had one. If you decide to go that route just make sure it is large enough for your...

Reply by jay1924

I own a SM066 electric and can't speak to pellet models (although based on comments here, I am starting to covet one). My electric SM066...

Reply by jay1924

Welcome! This forum used to have a large and active cadre of professional comp cooks and chefs, not so much anymore. We home cooks can...

Reply by Shah

yes, customer service is the best to solve this issue. Please check with them.

Reply by seirestaurant

I think update firmware is not a good idea for this case. You can try to contact CookShack Support Team and show them your issue so that...

Reply by jay1924

Not something I've ever seen with my SM066. If your smoker is a Cookshack, call them tomorrow and they will tell you how to fix it. If...

Reply by Rdsbucks

It kills at every question you have. 1. Sensational quality. Mine always fires up and works flawlessly. The only issue is it is hard, at...

Reply by cal 2

I have had one for a long time, so ask away with any questions. They have excellent heat distribution. Decent build job, I really like...
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