Friday, September 12, 2014

Blog Update - Time to fire up the Redneck Smoker and smoke some Alaska Salmon!

Yesterday was a day filled with amazing smells and the reward was after about 8 hours, some of the best smoked salmon I have ever had....

Fist you have to get the smoker ready - in this case it has a tone of miles on it and some great history - it is a simple thing perfected by time - old refrigerator with steel walls metal shelves and an electric stove element 220 volts installed in the bottom, vent added to the top for precise smoke control and a door thermometer and a digital temperature probe...

Best in pics!

Clyde The supervisor was on duty!

The Smoker - getting it ready!

Trays loaded!

In the smoker - two full racks!

Add some apple bark chips to the burner!

We got smoke!

Precise digital monitoring!

After the 8 hour wait!


Now the plan for the next adventure!!

Plan to leave on Monday for a 4 or 5 night trip and find some fall leaves and mountain and lake views for a little photo adventure! Should be a great time!

Stay Tuned!

Capt. Jim - "The Gypsy"

Traveling and photographing the Southwest and Alaska!

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