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General Discussions / Cover completely disintegrated in about 3 years
« Last post by waynerto on December 02, 2023, 02:23:00 pm »
I got my Bradley Smoker in the summer of 2020.  A little while later I got the cover for it.  About a year ago the cover started to get holes in it.  It is now in a shape where it rips pretty much anywhere you touch the cover.

Anyone else have a similar experience?  I bought a replacement on Amazon, but these covers should last more than 3-4 years, should they not?
Meat / Re: bacon
« Last post by Habanero Smoker on December 01, 2023, 02:52:36 am »
The bacon looks really good. It has a nice meat to fat ratio.
Meat / bacon
« Last post by cathouse willy on December 01, 2023, 01:24:53 am »
Eight lbs of pork belly for Christmas bacon.

The Digital Smokers (BTDS76P & BTDS108P) / Re: Using Smoker in the winter in Ontario
« Last post by mustangmoe on November 28, 2023, 07:51:09 am »
I keep my smokers in a storage shed on my deck. I live in Northern Ontario and smoke all year long. If its 40 below its to darn cold for me to be outside so no smoking then LOL 

Thanks for posting their reply. Now my curiosity is satisfied.  :)
I posted here and a few minutes later they replied :D

See below:

Hi Michal,
225f is 107C is ample to cook ribs, most low and slow smoked recipes will call for this temperature. All of our smokers in the range are capable of achieving these temperatures & above.
The 4 Rack Digital is capable of a maximum of 138C in perfect conditions but the advertised maximum temperature of 120C takes into consideration average operating conditions within Europe.
The 4 Rack Digital is capable of operating in ambient temperatures of -10 to +50 C. For best performance the advised operating ambient temperatures are between 5 to 25 C. Outside of this range the ambient temperature will affect the performance of the smoker.
The smoker is natural draft and so things like wind speeds etc will affect the temperature of the smoker as well.
 :) :) :)

They must be celebrating the U.S. Thanksgiving Holiday ;D
Of course. If only I get a reply from Bradley :)
Introduce Yourself / Re: Newbie to Smoking, Hi from Eugene Oregon
« Last post by Habanero Smoker on November 26, 2023, 02:26:42 pm »
The turkey does look good.

Placing the turkey under the broiler to crisp the skin; not too close to it, may work better. Just keep an eye on it.
Introduce Yourself / Re: Newbie to Smoking, Hi from Eugene Oregon
« Last post by stratachalup on November 26, 2023, 01:38:07 pm »
The turkey was done around midnight 30 last night and it went straight into the fridge because we were too tired to eat turkey! Had it for lunch today and it came out super fabulous, moist and delicious.  The skin softened up in the fridge overnight, and was edible for the most part-- I can crisp it in a frying pan perhaps, didn't try that yet.  Overall, I count this a great success.  Thanks for the help and encouragement!   Now to clean the smoker. and put it in the garage before the contractors come to install mini-splits tomorrow-- they need that patio space for staging.  ;D

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