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Old 04-30-2011, 11:09 PM   #1
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Anyone smoke on the road

I do a lot of smoking at home and on the road. I have a propane smoker I use when camping, I also take a full size BBQ and a Big Easy oiless deep fryer. I usually have a very popular campsite LOL. Today I finished up some pork loin that I home cured into Maple Back Bacon. 14 days curing in maple cure and soaking in maple syrup then 5.5 hrs in the smoker with maple wood smoke.
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Old 04-30-2011, 11:37 PM   #2
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that sure looks good - have you thought about coming to the OMI rally
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Old 04-30-2011, 11:51 PM   #3
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If Bear is bringing his smoking/cooking skills, I might have to cancel my plans and join the OMI Rally!!!

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Old 05-01-2011, 12:15 AM   #4
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Thank guys, but I can't go into the US for another 5 months. I had a major surgery at the end of January, so I can't get medical insurance for 8 months after, otherwise I would have been down south riding out the winter instead of freezing my but off up here. Another 2 or 3 weeks and the snow will be gone from the lower parts of the mountains, then we can finally head out camping, ATV'ing and Jeeping and some good camp food.
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Old 05-01-2011, 02:21 PM   #5
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Bear - that is phenomenal looking!

I have a question about your oilless deep fryer. Does that thing work only with propane (no electric, I hope) and how much propane does it use?

And, have you ever used their infrared smoker, roaster and grill? I saw one last year and I've been jonesying for it ever since.
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lol were you smoking it up in regina the other day? heard a sighting on your rig
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Bear - that is phenomenal looking!

I have a question about your oilless deep fryer. Does that thing work only with propane (no electric, I hope) and how much propane does it use?

And, have you ever used their infrared smoker, roaster and grill? I saw one last year and I've been jonesying for it ever since.
Deep fryer is strictly propane, as far as how much does it us very little. I have ran it up to 12 hrs and don't think I used 1/4 of the 20 lb tank. I have not used their roaster/grill, they are nice but a lot bigger and not as portable. I have grilled on the one I have, just set an old BBQ grill over the top and away you go, it gets p-lenty hot enough. Besides I take enough cooking stuff with me already, any more and I would be looking at a devorce LOL.

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lol were you smoking it up in regina the other day? heard a sighting on your rig
Nope, rig is just coming out of hibernation this week, it will be a couple of weeks prep then heading to the mouintains.
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Deep fryer is strictly propane, as far as how much does it us very little. I have ran it up to 12 hrs and don't think I used 1/4 of the 20 lb tank. I have not used their roaster/grill, they are nice but a lot bigger and not as portable, besides I take enough cooking stuff with me already, any more and I would be looking at a devorce LOL.
Thanks. I think I will add this to my list of things to buy.
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We've taken our charcoal smoker with us when we tent camped and made amazing ribs, pork tenderloin and pork roast. We put a bit of plum wood or apple wood along with the charcoal. Um um good!
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We're planning to either trailer our Stumps or pull our Lang 84 behind our Wildcat BH to Manitoba in August, KC MO in September, and possibly Lynchburg, TN in Oct. Can anyone recommend a good bumper mounted camera to keep an eye on things back there?
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