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Offline rayke1938

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Chrissey din din.
« on: Sat 23 Dec 12:07 2017 »
Have got slack in my old age.

Mate used to be a chicken farmer and we used to smoke a couple of dozen chooks and we used to buy a whole pig and butcher it and smoke our own hams and bacon plus sausages.salami and brawn etc. 

Now days i just buy a piece of pickled pork and smoke that for xmas dinner.

Hell of a lot quicker and leaves more time for fishing.

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Ray

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Re: Chrissey din din.
« Reply #1 on: Sat 23 Dec 13:15 2017 »
Looks great.
Iíve seen pickled pork before but was never sure what to do with it. Does it taste a bit like ham?
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    Re: Chrissey din din.
    « Reply #2 on: Sat 23 Dec 13:20 2017 »
    What smoker set up you use Ray?

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    Re: Chrissey din din.
    « Reply #3 on: Sat 23 Dec 13:32 2017 »
    Pretty close to ham and a lot easiernothaving tomuck aroundmakingup brine andpumpingit.
    Just using an aldi smoker these daysasi got rid of the big one.
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