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I'm not sure, it's been quite a while since I've worked on these. A new shell should have the stylus holder intact but it's quite a bit of work to replace it.
No problem! Enjoy!
Oh wow, that was quick! Yes, I admit it isn't a 1 for 1 replica. But it's close enough to satisfy my craving for it. There was an ex-employee that outlined the whole process but it involved marinating the chicken overnight, blending it for a while with a stand mixer, and making your own chicken stock from scratch for the sauce. I feel like this 30 minute recipe is a great substitute for the 2 day process the restaurant uses. I don't usually have time during the week to do every single step!
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Oh it is! A world of difference between this bacon and the cheap stuff.
No problem! For this batch I used Cherry but I've also used maple and hickory in the past. And correct, I haven't noticed a huge difference between woods. I think my yield rates were about 66% original weight, so about 1/3 of the weight was lost to moisture/skin/trimmings. Sounds like you got a bunch of smoking to do!
No worries! Yeah it was quite a bit of meat. So that 1TB was split up between 4, 4.5lb slabs.
1TB of pink salt for 18 lbs of pork belly. Is that considered too much? I used 1 teaspoon for each 6 lbs of meat.
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Good question. I'm actually unsure of that. I assume you could use sea salt or other non-iodized salts. Gut feeling tells me to stay away from iodized salt. I liken the cure to a rub for BBQ. You want those big flakey chunks so it spreads nicely.
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Wow, very impressive looking! How does it sound??
Very awesome! Yeah, that amp gets loud!
Ooo, really cool. Very good looking system you got there!
Oh no! They must have changed the design. Yes, you are absolutely correct. That's how I found my 5V. Solder your ground wire to the same ground wire of where you were probing and solder the positive wire to the 5V spot you identified. Have you used the screen running on 12V with the raspberry pi? To confirm it works? I did that first and then I tried it with the 5Vs to confirm it still works.
Also, the black half of the capacitor is ground.
Thank you! Great!
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