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Jerky/Sausage rack

clweedclweed Posts: 70
edited 10:32AM in EggHead Forum
I saw a drawing for a jerky/sausage rack either on the forum or a link from here. Does anyone recall where that is located, I can't seem to find it.[p]Thanks,[p]Lee

Comments

  • eggoreggor Posts: 777
    clweed,[p]Quite a while ago i did this, heres a link to Wess's web site. If you build it, I wouldn't bother doing the top portion. Just the lower half holds a LOT of jerky.[p]Hold of until tonight I have something else in the works that is a LOT more versatile and I'll post a pic.[p]
    [ul][li]Wess B's Site[/ul]
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 19,904
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    <p />clweed,
    for jerkey, this is fairly simple, just a raised grill on firebriks holds a lot of jerkey, and some perforated steel for the salmon jerkey

  • clweedclweed Posts: 70
    fishlessman,[p]Thanks for the pic, that will work just fine for making smoked sausage[p]Lee
  • clweedclweed Posts: 70
    eggor,[p]Thanks, that's the one I was looking for.[p]I'm looking forward to seeing the pic of what you have came up with.[p]Lee
  • clweed,
    One other suggestion... Use round pizza screens and stack them.
    You can preload them with meat and use small spacers to separate them.
    You will get a lot of capacity and they are not expensive.[p][p]

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