Don’t get me wrong, the electrical isn’t finished yet. I’m not the one doing it, so I’m not positive about the plan. The box might have the gfci breakers, I just don’t know myself. I’ll pass along some of your concerns. As it is, there is no power being run since the trailer is unplugged. It’s just a work in progress. We always err on the side of caution with these things as my husband and myself are both safety conscious people. In fact the shop is already equipped with a fire extinguisher and first aid kit. Everything will be checked and double checked before use.
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I am truly touched by the reception of my podcast with Jonathan and Austin. Thanks to all. Not totally sure on how to post and all. I saw a message by Tex77 about the andouille and stuffing it into the casing. I use either the .5 inch or the .75 inch plate to grind the meat. If you perfer you can cube it into 1/4 inch cubes but that takes me for ever. I use larger than normal casing. I think like 42 milimeter casing and a Waltons 11 pound stuffer. I have no problem getting it stuffed and hung. Just working with the temps, smoke schedule, and taking notes to that when I get it right I can duplicate. Boston butt is relatively inexpenssive to experiment with. I’ll get it right one day. Again thanks to all for kind remarks on the podcast.
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no_eyes_processor Thanks for the info!
no_eyes_processor I enjoyed the podcast, glad to have heard your story and about your accomplishments.