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    Bacon: It's what's for dinner

    Another use for the smoker.

    No mess in the kitchen.

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    Nice. Of course bacon is good no matter how it is cooked

    I have a Little Chief smoker buried in one of my sheds that I will have to dig out and try that.
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    Have to have Eggs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Have to have Eggs!
    ..and biscuits.
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    Gravy???
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    Do not read this thread when hungry.....dang y'all!!!Between this and the maple syrup thread.... Now, I've got to go make me a midnight snack..... I'm gonna get me some eggo's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Gravy???
    I prefer butter and honey.

    Gizmo: Can you believe the guy from Texas never had real maple syrup? I thought Texas had everything.
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    So how long did you cook that and at what temp?

    I would guess you don't or cannot cook it until its crispy on the smoker?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    I prefer butter and honey.

    Gizmo: Can you believe the guy from Texas never had real maple syrup? I thought Texas had everything.
    Nothing to do with Texas surprises me any more. Although sometimes I do feel pretty bad for the people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    So how long did you cook that and at what temp?

    I would guess you don't or cannot cook it until its crispy on the smoker?
    I am basically just baking it. I have tried a few different temps and have had varying results. I wasn't keeping track of time and made some of this batch into pork charcoal. I usually set it for 325 or 350 and cook it for about 20 minutes. I honestly did not think it had been on there for 20 minutes the other night when I went out and found that I had over cooked some of it. It is so nice to cook regular bacon and not destroy the kitchen. There is a bit more smokey flavor, but it is really more about the ease and mess. Sometimes I have flipped it, but it really doesn't even need that. I would have taken pictures but it was not very photogenic this time!

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