|In the Deer Woods|
|by Jerome B. Robinson|
Practical, expert advice on all aspects of deer hunting -- from tracking and stalking to field dressing and cooking.
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Place chicken in1or 2 pans to fit your smoker. Coat chicken ... reach 165°F when done. This rub is also good for turkey and pork, just adjust cooking times.
Place deer ribs ... foil. Place in smoker and smoke at ... hours. Soak apple wood for 1 hour ... and bacon add to that 1/2 cup water pressure cook 25 min.
Prepare the seasoning ... begin soaking the wood chips. After the ... turkey in the smoker for at least ... table wine and hot water for the water bath.
Light smoker using about 7 ... also add some wood pieces, and uncover ... hours. One half hour before removing pour another cup of brown sugar over the ham.
Prepare the seasoning ... begin soaking the wood chips. After the ... chicken in the smoker for at least ... table wine and hot water for the water bath.
Prepare charcoal fire in smoker. Scatter wood chips over coals. ... 185 degrees. Refill the water pan and add charcoal as needed. Makes 15 to 20 servings.
Combine dry sherry, ... chicken occasionally. Prepare wood and charcoal fire in smoker. Place wood ... add charcoal as needed. Makes 15 to 20 servings.
Remove fat from ... hot water in smoker water pan. Place ... green and dry wood chunks on the ... is recommended that the skin be removed before eating.
This is an ... racks from your smoker, etc.). Take ... smoker, get the wood chips smoking, then ... guarantee you it's well worth the effort spent. Bon appetit!
You need a meat smoker for this recipe. ... Soak the apple wood chunks in water ... smoke to escape. Smoke for 3 1/2 hours. Remove with a pancake turner.
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