DCWFSS - Davey Crocket WiFi Stainless Steel setup and test with Delmonico Steak & Sausage today. :-)

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  1. don2222

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    Hello
    The price for all this high tech smoker is worth every penny! A great value and the quality is there for a long lasting machine!
    After the quick setup and running thru the start cycle we set the smart phone app for 450 and sizzled 2 Delmonico Steaks with cattle drive sauce and 6 Italian sausages at the same time. For home use of this nice portable a small wooden table did the trick. The good size GMG mat really protects the newly painted deck from any grease spills. :)
     

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    Nice! Is cattle drive sauce a brand/flavor, or something home made?
     
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    It is made by GMG - Green Mountain Grills. :)
     

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    Thanks Don! Now you have me looking at replacing my Masterbuilt smoker lol.

    This set up looks great.
     
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    Got mine today. Just did the first firing up and break in fire.
     
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    I think I'm going to do some thick cut pork chops w pecan smoke.

    Those brats look good. I love beer brats.
     
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    Sounds good, I will like to do some pork chops too.
    I just did a 10 hour pork butt the other day. With the meat probe set to 165 Deg F, it came out perfect!
     

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    I picked up 2 nice porterhouse steaks for tonight. The pork chops can wait until Saturday lol. Will update tonight.
     
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    1.5# Porterhouses

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    Very Nice - Did you use the meat probe?
    Fast cook or slow smoke?
     
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    I didnt probe it during cooking since it was an 8 min cook time. I put a set of grillgrates in the smoker sideways (not ideal lol) and cooked it at 475* for 2 mins, turned then 2 more mins then flipped and repeated the steps. Pulled it around 123* and threw some butter on them while they rested.
     
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    Sounds real good!!!