Recent Posts

Pages: 1 ... 8 9 [10]
The Digital Smokers (BTDS76P & BTDS108P) / Re: Door trim panel bottom
« Last post by Habanero Smoker on November 23, 2018, 01:51:24 am »
Hi hjaltivignis,

Welcome to the forum. If it is new you are covered under warranty. Since you are in Iceland, I believe the company you contact for support and warranty issues is:
 Grakka Group Limited.

Once you navigate to the site click on "Contact Details".

The Digital Smokers (BTDS76P & BTDS108P) / Door trim panel bottom
« Last post by hjaltivignis on November 23, 2018, 01:14:17 am »

I just received my smoker yesterday with the mail (living in Iceland) and when it arrived I noticed that the door was all fckd up. It does not align right and after some inspection I noticed that this part in the link is broken. They are out of stock and I need it shipped to Iceland.

Anyone here knows where I could get it?

New Topics / Re: Smoked salt
« Last post by Habanero Smoker on November 21, 2018, 01:11:11 pm »
I wouldn't call it over thinking. I've done it similar to the way you are doing it now, but with coffee filters. Over the years I found I get better results using my current method. I tend to use some heat, because chemical reactions occur more rapidly at higher heats.
New Topics / Re: Smoked salt
« Last post by sourtooth on November 21, 2018, 02:38:06 am »
You guys are really over thinking smoked salt. Line your racks with paper. I use the stuff they roll out on tables at party's. Works great. Spread your salt about 1\4 inch thick on the racks. Smoke for about 6-8 hours stirring everly hourvor so. You don't need heat. Go by color, it will darken over time but it should be a light brown color before taking it out. Like I said 6-8 hours will do it.

Sent from my LG-H873 using Tapatalk

The Digital Smokers (BTDS76P & BTDS108P) / Re: Problems with temp
« Last post by TwistedSanity on November 20, 2018, 10:55:12 am »
Further to Hab's suggestions I would also get a wireless temp prob.  I routinely use one to keep an eye on the actually over temp.  I often find a difference between the Bradley's posted temp and the over temp at the level of the meat.

Introduce Yourself / Re: New to smoking
« Last post by Edward176 on November 19, 2018, 05:08:37 pm »
Hello Houser82 and welcome to the Forum.
Introduce Yourself / Re: New to smoking
« Last post by Habanero Smoker on November 19, 2018, 01:29:40 pm »
Hi Houser82;

Welcome to the forum.

What I did was to run the Bradley without using any smoke for about an hour at around 200°F to 225°F; to burn off any manufacturing oils. The temperature is not critical. After the initial burn off, make sure the water bowl has water in it, and load the chute with five bisquettes to apply one hour of smoke. Three will actually burn, and the other two are just pushers to get the third bisquetted to the burner. If you don't already have them do an internet search for Bradley puck savers, they are more convient to loading the extra two bisquettes. The type of bisquettes you use to apply smoke doesn't matter.
Introduce Yourself / New to smoking
« Last post by Houser82 on November 19, 2018, 11:44:34 am »
Looking for advise on seasoning my smoker what brickettes temp and for how long cheers
The NEW Bradley Original Smoker (BS611) / Re: WSD-1200GPH Temp swings
« Last post by Toker on November 19, 2018, 10:28:04 am »
Try both with no food on the smoker to see the smaller temperature swing and no, it shouldn’t brake anything at worse take your current setting in note so if none of the two fits, comes back with your current one.

Envoyé de mon iPad en utilisant Tapatalk
The NEW Bradley Original Smoker (BS611) / Re: WSD-1200GPH Temp swings
« Last post by Wellsjj on November 19, 2018, 10:23:15 am »
That is the problem I do not know what it was to start with. Like I said it is at 89 now after the AT.
I don't have a problem running it at 14 then running it at 140 but I have no idea if it will hurt anything doing this.
If I set it to 14 and run a test what should I be looking for as apposed to running it at 140?

Pages: 1 ... 8 9 [10]