@jonathon LOL What can I say about the bread, maybe it’s the water??? I love my trout fishing especially on the Farmington River, big fish! My bother in-law is a competition bass fisherman, so I get to fish with him a lot. Love my Q
@spatrick988 Welcome to Meatgistics, let us know if you have any questions or go ahead and post any tips or recipes that you really enjoy! Getting to the point in the year where deer processing information will become more relevant for sure.
Thanks Austin. I think this is going to have to be tried in a Dutch oven out camping, can’t wait, but oh crap, I don’t have the shaker spices on hand, need to get them ordered. So I guess I will have to wait a bit, darn.
Re: [Bloody Marys: Mix](Snack Sticks)
Bloody Mary Jerky
1/2 C. V-8 juice
1/2 C. vodka
3 T. Worcestershire
1 tsp. honey
1 tsp. celery salt
1/2 tsp. hot sauce
1/2 tsp. grated horseradish
1/4 tsp. black pepper
squirt of lemon or lime juice
2 lb. meat strips
Mix all ingredients together except meat strips. Allow flavors to blend
for 15 minutes. Add meat strips. Marinate at least one hour. For
longer marinating time, place in the refrigerator in a covered
container or an airtight plastic bag. Remove meat from marinate
and place in a drying environment.
from: Just Jerky by Mary Bell
Our best selling and customer favorite for hams is our Country Brown Sugar Cure. I would personally highly recommend this as well! It will make fantastic hams.
For bacon, it depends on if you want to use a dry rub or use a liquid brine. Our best selling dry rub for bacon is our Dry Rub Bacon Cure, but our most popular bacon cure overall is the Blue Ribbon Maple Bacon Cure. Either one is fantastic, just depends on which method you would rather follow.
Check out our recipes page for our general instructions and a suggested cook cycle as well, but if you have any other questions, let us know how we can help!
I have been grilling my whole life, in the last few years I have started getting into processing and smoking more.
My favorite snack stick seasoning is the BBQ/Habanero Summer Sausage/Snack Stick seasoning. It is amazing as a Summer Sausage too!! With Habanero in the title you might think it would be too hot, but its not, the sweetness from the BBQ balances it very well.
For Brats…its too hard to pick one, for pork/beef it is probably Habanero Mango or Cheeseburger Cheddarwurst. We also make a lot chicken Brats and for that the best one I have tried so far is the Raspberry Chipotle. However we are going to be doing some Hot Buffalo Wing Brats with Hit-Temp Blue Cheese once that comes in stock. I will definitely give everyone an update on how those turn out!
Also the patty mixes Roasted Garlic and Onion, Jalapeno and the Montreal mixes are all VERY good!
I have a Green Mountain Daniel Boone grill, using mostly Pecan and now Cherry Pellets.