I might have to step up my game when posting images. Need to break out my Sony a6000 with a fixed 50 mm 1.8 to get some good bokeh! At this point, I wouldn’t mind upgrading to a newer Sony, but I’m all in with mirrorless these days. So compact and great images.Samsung s20 I'm saving for a legit camera tho Canon t7i seems like a good beginners camera that I have my eye on..
Looks good. How did it turn out.My first attempt at beef jerky on Saturday, I turned on the smoke boost and let it go for 4 hours. The amount of smoke it produced was incredible. There are a couple of things I will do different next time but this batch lasted about an hour !!View attachment 944View attachment 945View attachment 946View attachment 947
Dusty pellets and charcoal are a result of handling. It’s usually the warehouse and trucking that produces the dust. That said, I would venture to say big box stores are not the best place to receive dust free stuff. With charcoal you can kind of turn the bag and hear the amount of dust. It’s a bit harder with pellets. I suppose it’s just built in to the cooker style.These were cooked last night for consumption today. I found a rack of baby backs and a rack or St. Louis cut ribs in the freezer, needed to get them gone and take this smoker on her maiden smoke (after seasoning). It was mid 20's ambient but the sun was warm. Rubbed with SPG and EVOO and finished with a local place's (Dinosaur BBQ) hot BBQ sauce they call Wango Tango.
Smoked with a bag of Weber Hickory (very dusty, I'm disappointed) for about 5 hours at 245. The back ribs were coming clean off the bone and the spare ribs had some nice tug.
Just a note - using the previous version Weber Connect app (v1.0.1) and had no problems with any of the notifications on my iPhone. I know that others have had difficulty with this.