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  1. David @ The Refuge

    David @ The Refuge Founder Moderator

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    Hey Gang:

    To kick off the new cooking forum, you can enter now to win a new Premium Powder-Coated 7-in-1 Cooker/Smoker.

    This Premium 7-in-1 Smoker/Cooker will meet all your outdoor cooking, smoking and barbecuing needs. Features a Green weatherproof, porcelain finish. Combines gas smoker, charcoal smoker, gas grill, charcoal grill, camp stove, deep fryer and seafood boiler into a single unit. The 19" LP gas cooker with hose, regulator and 45,000-BTU burner fires up with a simple push of a Piezo ignition system. Dome-mounted heat indicator helps you regulate the heat as needed for efficient, even cooking. Two porcelain-coated cooking racks let you cook up to 50 lbs. of meat on two cooking levels. Deep, 10-1/2-qt. fryer/boiling pot and perforated basket included. Split-body design for easy access. Drop-in stainless wood access door. Cooker features a sturdy, rugged tripod stand that takes up little room on your porch or patio. Gas cylinder not included.**

    TO ENTER:

    Simply reply to this post telling me what you will cook first on this Smoker/Cooker should you win. Will it be venison, duck breasts, elk steak... I wanna know. :yes

    You will have until Saturday, December 24, 2005, 11:59 PM, Eastern to enter.

    Winner will be randomly drawn and posted here at this forum on Monday, December 26th.

    Good luck,
    David

    ** Description of grill taken from vendor's website. The Refuge is NOT responsible for any errors in description should smoker/grill not match the exact description.
     
  2. gonehuntingagain

    gonehuntingagain Senior Refuge Member

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    I think I would have to start by smoking a load of duck/venison pepperoni snack sticks and some jerky.

    Thanks for the opportunity!:clap
     
  3. BullCook

    BullCook Elite Refuge Member

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    Should I win, my first cooking would be a Wild Turkey.
    Brined for 24 hrs, rinsed and towel dried
    Shot up with a Cajun Strawberry Sauce
    Dusted with Cajun Spice
    Cavity filled with quartered Apples and Pears and drizzled with Honey
    On the second shelf:
    A Venison Ham
    Shot up with Soy Oil, Garlic Powder,Aldof's Flavor Enhancer,
    Coated with Olive Oil and Rubbed with Lowery's Seasoned Salt
    Pinapple Slices laid over the top and Frozen Pinapple Ice Cubes in the core
    The smoke will be provided by seasoned and soaked Cherry Wood
    goodnight!, I'm making myself hungry............:cool:
     
  4. Coho

    Coho Moderator Emeritus Moderator

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    A marinaded cut and tied pork loin with garlic and rosemary. I'll glaze with a jelly just before serving.

    Thanks David!!:clap :clap
     
  5. quackills

    quackills Senior Refuge Member

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    I'd definately have to go with an Elk Roast stuffed with Feta cheese, Spinach and morels.

    Thanks David:tu
     
  6. Mossy

    Mossy Moderator

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    Thanks a bunch David, please count me in, cause I would love to smoke a turkey in that thing :)

    Mossy
     
  7. Anna

    Anna Senior Refuge Member

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    David,

    If I won the smoker, the first thing I would SMOKED VENISON SUMMER SAUSAGE!!!...:yes :grvn
     
  8. fireduck

    fireduck Elite Refuge Member

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    David, Please add me to the list also! I believe I would smoke a turkey first. Rub it down with olive oil, then rub on Cajun spices (heavy) then turn the boys loose! Firefighter Kenny
     
  9. SP1187

    SP1187 Elite Refuge Member

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    fresh from the ice-cold waters of the Manistee river, brown sugar cured,
    Steelhead.:tu

    thanks for the chance.

    Mike
     
  10. Sasha and Abby

    Sasha and Abby Elite Refuge Member

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    Thanks for entering me.

    The first thing I smoke would be some wild turkey breasts. I have a freezer full of goodies that I wouold love to try out and experiment with.
     
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