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  1. Stainless Steel Fish Smoker - Jarvis Walker

    Stainless Steel Fish Smoker Have you ever thought about smoking your own fish? And then thought it’s too hard? Well with the Stainless Steel Fish Smoker its as easy as one, two, three Why not impress your family and friends and create some fantastic dinners and tasty treats, well with the Stainless Steel Fish Smoker you can. Smoking Fish has been around for centuries, of course years ago it was to preserve your catch but it sure is a tasty way to cook fish. Popular species that taste great smoked include trout, tailor, mullet, slimey mackerel, in fact any fish can be smoked and some fish that aren’t particularly known as great table fare come up trumps smoked Australian Salmon smoke extremely well. Of course you can smoke other products as well chicken, meats, cheeses even vegetable can be smoked the list is endless. Before we said it’s easy as one, two, three to smoke fish well here it is Step 1 - Catch your fish Step 2 - Prepare your fish ( clean or fillet your fish) and then brine them for added flavour Step 3 - Cook your fish Step 4 - Eat what you cooked! Well that’s 4 steps but, who’s counting? Yep its that simple Features Stainless Steel Construction Easy to clean Burner included - Use Methylated Spirits only (not included)- Warining Metho Burns Clear so be careful when lighting Dimension 38cm long x 27cm wide x 18cm deep. Comes with wire rack Brand: Jarvis Walker Benefits Spice up the way you cook your fish. The Fish Smoker is easy to use with detailed instructions Stainless Steel construction provides years oftrouble free use and easy to clean Cook other foods with you smoker, chicken, vegetables and sausages can be smoked. Tips and Hints Brine your fish in a salt and brown sugar solution before you smoke it, pat fish dry with paper towels before smoking. To create more smoke with you sawdust lightly wet the sawdust with some water this helps to create more smoke. Only use methylated spirits as fuel other fuels can contain oils

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  2. Campfire Pioneer Deluxe Fish Smoker

    Pioneer Campfire Deluxe Fish Smoker 2 Burner There are several fish that are fantastic table fair when smoked. Of course, Brown and Rainbows are specials but the likes of Tailor and Mackerel are also awesome under a smoker. Smoking can also do wonders for the likes of Aussie Salmon and different species of Mullet, that are frequently dismissed as having any culinary merit. The Pioneer Campfire 2 Burner Deluxe Fish Smoker for sale now is a perfect and compact utility that allows you to smoke fish wherever you catch them. Essentially, it is a portable stainless steel smoker box, incredibly easy to use, transport and store. Fish smokers can often be elaborate devices, but with the Pioneer Campfire Deluxe fish smoker you can set up your smoking operation on the river bank which you are camped, only meters from where you have just caught a bag full of beautiful Brown trout. Wood shavings for the smokers are available in several flavours and are sold separately. You may even have your own secret shaving recipe, for the perfect smoked fish flavour. This is one robust fish smoking box. Constructed of durable, hard wearing stainless steel, it is built to handle the rigors of camping. There is a Methylated fuel holder, air vents are adjustable to regulate flow and wire racks, drip tray and vented lid are supplied. To complete the package, the Pioneer Campfire 2 Burner Deluxe Fish Smoker comes with a Black nylon zip up storage bag. Boat, beach, Mountain Bush or Back a Bourke, this is a brilliant portable fish smoking for the outdoors. Smoking is a great way to preserve your fish, so if you score a decent haul, smoke-em-up, and you will have beautiful smoked fish to eat any time, for any snack or meal. Features and Specifications Materiel: Stainless Steel Methylated fuel holder – Air vents are adjustable lid with air vent Wire racks x2 Drip tray Black nylon zip up storage bag Suitable For outdoor operation only Operation manual is supplied within the package Dimensions 43

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  3. Fish Grilled & Smoked: 150 Recipes for Cooking Rich, Flavorful Fish on the Backyard Grill, Streamside, or in a Home Smoker - Book Free Shipping

    Master fisherman and chef John Manikowski offers seafood lovers 150 succulent recipes for cooking just about anything that swims, including freshwater fish, ocean fish, and shellfish, as well as fish-friendly condiments, sauces, side dishes, and desserts. He even suggests beers and wines that pair well with his dishes. In addition to recipes, you'll find step-by-step instructions for rigging a smoker streamside, operating a smoker at home, and building a full-size backyard smokehouse. You'll even learn which species of fish are best for smoking, and you'll discover the secret of Manikowski's delicious and innovative "soft smoke" method.

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  4. Fish Smoker - Stainless Steel Portable Camping Smoke Cooker

    Smoke fish, meat and chicken to perfection. Features vent holes. Instructions included. The Kiwi Sizzler Fish Smoker is a great way to cook your prized catch. Just the right size for portability. Made from high grade stainless steel, it is perfect for all your game, fish or anything else you want to smoke. The two food racks give plenty of space for your food, while the simple operation means youll never let fish go to waste again. An essential for keen anglers. Features High grade stainless steel Sturdy design 2 food racks included Easy to clean Portable 2 side grab handles 2 methylated spirits dish Strengthening rib in base to help prevent buckling Specifications Dimensions: 43cm x 31cm x 14cm

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  5. Fish Smoker

    Ideal fish smoker for cooking up the catch of the day Easy to use and clean Plenty of room for numerous fish in one cooking session Stainless steel fish smoker 2 independent smoking racks Metho burner included Can be used to smoke any kind of meat. Choose from 3 unique flavours in wood shavings: Mallee, Sheoak or Mesquite

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  6. Aussie Fish Smoker

    Strong, portable multi-purpose smoker/cookerFull sized so there is more room to cook your catch of the dayFeatures include a fuel bowl and 2 support racksSturdy stainless steel construction that is built to lastQuick and easy to construct and use and pull apart for cleaningPacks to a compact size for easy transportation and storage

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  7. Hickory Smoker Sawdust

    Hickory Smoker Sawdust Looking for a different way to cook your catch? How about using a method that’s easy, been around for thousands of years and adds a great flavour to your food? Why not smoke your fish? You can use a traditional fish smoker a BBQ or even a wok it’s that easy! Smoking food is not just restricted to fish, any meat, poultry, cheeses and even vegetables can be smoked. So why not give it a go? The traditional timbers for smoking are hardwoods as they provide the optimum amount of flavoursome smoke and a long burn time. Hickory has been used for centuries to smoke and preserve food it has a Medium strength smoke flavour perfect for those that want some smokiness without the flavour of the food being overpowered. Hickory is suitable for Pork, Beef, Seafood, Poultry and Cheeses. Hickory can be mixed with other flavours and exotic spices to add a bit of flair to your cooking! The options are endless. Features and Specifications Timber: Hickory Flavour: Medium Smokiness Weight: Approx 180g Suitable for use with: Pork, Beef, Lamb, Seafood, Cheeses and more Benefits Smoking your food adds a unique flavour to your cooking, great for parties, special occasions or when you go on fishing trips or camping. To create more smoke, increase burn time and reduce the risk of burning lightly moisten the sawdust before smoking. The best fish for smoking are those with an oily flesh. Fish such as trout, salmon, tailor, slimey mackerel, etc. It is best to brine seafood before smoking. For a heavy brine about a cup of salt per litre of water and soak the fish for a few hours. For a less salty taste reduce time you soak the fish For an exotic flavour, mix some spices into your brine or through your sawdust. Nothing beats cooking what you catch, add some unique flavour to your catch add some Smoking sawdust to your cart and cooking today! NOTE: Smoking times vary depending on weight and amount of produce to be smoked please also follow safe food handling guideli

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  8. Ironbark Smoker Sawdust

    Ironbark Smoker Sawdust Looking for a different way to cook your catch? How about using a method that’s easy, been around for thousands of years and adds a great flavour to your food? Why not smoke your fish? You can use a traditional fish smoker a BBQ or even a wok it’s that easy! Smoking food is not just restricted to fish, any meat, poultry, cheeses and even vegetables can be smoked. So why not give it a go? The traditional timbers for smoking are hardwoods as they provide the optimum amount of flavoursome smoke and a long burn time. Ironbark is an Australian hardwood similar to hickory has a Medium strength smoke flavour perfect for those that want some smokiness without the flavour of the food being overpowered. Ironbark is suitable for Pork, Beef, Seafood, Poultry, Vegetables and Cheeses. Ironbark can be mixed with other flavours and exotic spices to add a bit of flair to your cooking! The options are endless. Features and Specifications Timber: Ironbark Flavour: Medium Smokiness Weight: Approx 180g Suitable for use with: Pork, Beef, Lamb, Seafood, Cheeses and more Benefits Smoking your food adds a unique flavour to your cooking, great for parties, special occasions or when you go on fishing trips or camping. To create more smoke, increase burn time and reduce the risk of burning lightly moisten the sawdust before smoking. The best fish for smoking are those with an oily flesh. Fish such as trout, salmon, tailor, slimey mackerel, etc. It is best to brine seafood before smoking. For a heavy brine about a cup of salt per litre of water and soak the fish for a few hours. For a less salty taste reduce time you soak the fish For an exotic flavour, mix some spices into your brine or through your sawdust. Nothing beats cooking what you catch, add some unique flavour to your catch add some Smoking sawdust to your cart and cooking today! Note: Smoking times vary depending on weight and amount of produce to be smoked please also follow safe food handling gui

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  9. Blue Gum Smoker Sawdust

    Blue Gum Smoker Sawdust Looking for a different way to cook your catch? How about using a method that’s easy, been around for thousands of years and adds a great flavour to your food? Why not smoke your fish? You can use a traditional fish smoker a BBQ or even a wok it’s that easy! Smoking food is not just restricted to fish, any meat, poultry, cheeses and even vegetables can be smoked. So why not give it a go? The traditional timbers for smoking are hardwoods as they provide the optimum amount of flavoursome smoke and a long burn time. Blue gum is an Australian hardwood that has a very mild or light smoke flavour perfect for those that want some smokiness without the flavour of the food being overpowered. Blue gum is suitable for Seafood and Vegetables. Blue gum can be mixed with other flavours and exotic spices to add a bit of flair to your cooking! The options are endless. Features and Specifications Timber: Blue Gum Flavour: Light Smokiness Weight: Approx 180g Suitable for use with: Seafood, Vegetables and more Benefits and handy hints Smoking your food adds a unique flavour to your cooking, great for parties, special occasions or when you go on fishing trips or camping. To create more smoke, increase burn time and reduce the risk of burning lightly moisten the sawdust before smoking. The best fish for smoking are those with an oily flesh. Fish such as trout, salmon, tailor, slimey mackerel, etc. It is best to brine seafood before smoking. For a heavy brine about a cup of salt per litre of water and soak the fish for a few hours. For a less salty taste reduce time you soak the fish For an exotic flavour, mix some spices into your brine or through your sawdust. Note: Smoking times vary depending on weight and amount of produce to be smoked please also follow safe food handling guidelines when smoking food. Nothing beats cooking what you catch, add some unique flavour to your catch add some Smoking sawdust to your cart and cooking today! // var google_

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  10. Spotted Gum Smoker Sawdust

    Spotted Gum Smoker Sawdust Looking for a different way to cook your catch? How about using a method that’s easy, been around for thousands of years and adds a great flavour to your food? Why not smoke your fish? You can use a traditional fish smoker a BBQ or even a wok it’s that easy! Smoking food is not just restricted to fish, any meat, poultry, cheeses and even vegetables can be smoked. So why not give it a go? The traditional timbers for smoking are hardwoods as they provide the optimum amount of flavoursome smoke and a long burn time. Spotted gum is an Australian hardwood that has a very mild or light smoke flavour perfect for those that want some smokiness without the flavour of the food being overpowered. Spotted gum is suitable for Seafood and Vegetables. Spotted gum can be mixed with other flavours and exotic spices to add a bit of flair to your cooking! The options are endless. Features and Specifications Timber: Blue Gum Flavour: Light Smokiness Weight: Approx 180g Suitable for use with: Seafood, Vegetables and more Benefits and handy hints Smoking your food adds a unique flavour to your cooking, great for parties, special occasions or when you go on fishing trips or camping. To create more smoke, increase burn time and reduce the risk of burning lightly moisten the sawdust before smoking. The best fish for smoking are those with an oily flesh. Fish such as trout, salmon, tailor, slimey mackerel, etc. It is best to brine seafood before smoking. For a heavy brine about a cup of salt per litre of water and soak the fish for a few hours. For a less salty taste reduce time you soak the fish For an exotic flavour, mix some spices into your brine or through your sawdust. Note: Smoking times vary depending on weight and amount of produce to be smoked please also follow safe food handling guidelines when smoking food. Nothing beats cooking what you catch, add some unique flavour to your catch add some Smoking sawdust to your cart and cooking today! //

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  11. Brush Box Smoker Sawdust

    Brush Box Smoker Sawdust Looking for a different way to cook your catch? How about using a method that’s easy, been around for thousands of years and adds a great flavour to your food? Why not smoke your fish? You can use a traditional fish smoker a BBQ or even a wok it’s that easy! Smoking food is not just restricted to fish, any meat, poultry, cheeses and even vegetables can be smoked. So why not give it a go? The traditional timbers for smoking are hardwoods as they provide the optimum amount of flavoursome smoke and a long burn time. Brush Box is an Australian hardwood that has a very mild smoke flavour perfect for those that want some smokiness without the flavour of the food being overpowered. Brush Box is suitable for Seafood, Meats, Poultry and Vegetables. Brush Box can be mixed with other flavours and exotic spices to add a bit of flair to your cooking! The options are endless. Features and Specifications Timber: Brush Box Flavour: Mild Smokiness Weight: Approx 180g Suitable for use with: Seafood, Vegetables and more Suitable for use with: Seafood, Vegetables and more Smoking your food adds a unique flavour to your cooking, great for parties, special occasions or when you go on fishing trips or camping. To create more smoke, increase burn time and reduce the risk of burning lightly moisten the sawdust before smoking. The best fish for smoking are those with an oily flesh. Fish such as trout, salmon, tailor, slimey mackerel, etc. It is best to brine seafood before smoking. For a heavy brine about a cup of salt per litre of water and soak the fish for a few hours. For a less salty taste reduce time you soak the fish For an exotic flavour, mix some spices into your brine or through your sawdust. Note: Smoking times vary depending on weight and amount of produce to be smoked please also follow safe food handling guidelines when smoking food. Nothing beats cooking what you catch, add some unique flavour to your catch add some Smoking sawdust to your

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  12. Rose Gum Smoker Sawdust

    Rose Gum Smoker Sawdust Looking for a different way to cook your catch? How about using a method that’s easy, been around for thousands of years and adds a great flavour to your food? Why not smoke your fish? You can use a traditional fish smoker a BBQ or even a wok it’s that easy! Smoking food is not just restricted to fish, any meat, poultry, cheeses and even vegetables can be smoked. So why not give it a go? The traditional timbers for smoking are hardwoods as they provide the optimum amount of flavoursome smoke and a long burn time. Rose Gum is an Australian hardwood that has a very mild yet sweet smoke flavour perfect for those that want some smokiness without the flavour of the food being overpowered. Rose Gum is suitable for Seafood, Meats, Poultry and Vegetables. Rose Gum can be mixed with other flavours and exotic spices to add a bit of flair to your cooking! The options are endless. Features and Specifications Timber: Rose Gum Flavour: Mild / Sweet Smokiness Weight: Approx 180g Suitable for use with: Seafood, Vegetables and more Benefits and handy hints Smoking your food adds a unique flavour to your cooking, great for parties, special occasions or when you go on fishing trips or camping. To create more smoke, increase burn time and reduce the risk of burning lightly moisten the sawdust before smoking. The best fish for smoking are those with an oily flesh. Fish such as trout, salmon, tailor, slimey mackerel, etc. It is best to brine seafood before smoking. For a heavy brine about a cup of salt per litre of water and soak the fish for a few hours. For a less salty taste reduce time you soak the fish For an exotic flavour, mix some spices into your brine or through your sawdust. Note: Smoking times vary depending on weight and amount of produce to be smoked please also follow safe food handling guidelines when smoking food. Nothing beats cooking what you catch, add some unique flavour to your catch add some Smoking sawdust to your cart and cooki

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  13. Scribbly Gum Smoker Sawdust

    Scribbly Gum Smoker Sawdust Looking for a different way to cook your catch? How about using a method that’s easy, been around for thousands of years and adds a great flavour to your food? Why not smoke your fish? You can use a traditional fish smoker a BBQ or even a wok it’s that easy! Smoking food is not just restricted to fish, any meat, poultry, cheeses and even vegetables can be smoked. So why not give it a go? The traditional timbers for smoking are hardwoods as they provide the optimum amount of flavorsome smoke and a long burn time. Scribbly gum is an Australian hardwood that has a very mild to light smoke flavour perfect for those that want some smokiness without the flavour of the food being overpowered. Scribbly gum is suitable for Seafood and Vegetables. Scribbly gum can be mixed with other flavours and exotic spices to add a bit of flair to your cooking! The options are endless. Features and Specifications Timber: Scribbly Gum Flavour: Light / mild Smokiness Weight: Approx 180g Suitable for use with: Seafood, Vegetables and more Benefits and handy hints Smoking your food adds a unique flavour to your cooking, great for parties, special occasions or when you go on fishing trips or camping. To create more smoke, increase burn time and reduce the risk of burning lightly moisten the sawdust before smoking. The best fish for smoking are those with an oily flesh. Fish such as trout, salmon, tailor, slimey mackerel, etc. It is best to brine seafood before smoking. For a heavy brine about a cup of salt per litre of water and soak the fish for a few hours. For a less salty taste reduce time you soak the fish For an exotic flavour, mix some spices into your brine or through your sawdust. Note: Smoking times vary depending on weight and amount of produce to be smoked please also follow safe food handling guidelines when smoking food. // var google_tag_params = { ecomm_prodid: '2618', ecomm_pagetype: 'product', ecomm_totalvalue: '8.95', }; // // var goog

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  14. Weber Smokey Mountain K721001 BBQ Smoker

    Porcelain-enamelled bowl and lid No-rust aluminium vents 2 Triple nickel-plated Cooking grills Rust-resistant front… more info

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  15. Weber Smokey Joe K10024 BBQ Smoker

    The Weber® Smokey Joe® is a miniature version of the famous Weber kettle. Incredibly, this cute little barbecue has… more info

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  16. Big Fish Games Dark Mysteries The Soul Keeper Collectors Edition PC Game

    The psychopath Charles Dexter Ward has escaped from the asylum and summoned you to the island of Pawtuxet Island, where… more info

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  17. Maximum Family Games Rapala Fishing Pro Series PS4 Playstation 4 Game

    Welcome to Rapala Fishing Pro Series Rapala is looking to sponsor the next great angler to be part of their Pro Series… more info

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  18. R2 Solutions Fish School Complete Fish Training Kit - HomeGardenPets Free Shipping

    The R2 Fish School Kit includes everything you need to teach your fish fantastic tricks. The kit explains in simple, detailed steps how to easily train your fish using food reward training. Teach your fish to play fetch, shoot hoops, swim the slalom, limbo dance and much more! Almost all fish 1-6 inches in length can be trained. Each kit includes all the hoops, tunnels, balls - over 25 different parts to teach your fish many tricks. The training results are fast and the kit is very easy to understand. The R2 Fish School won the "Best In Show" aquarium product title at Global Pet Expo and has been featured in over a hundred major media stories! It is time for you and your pet fish to amaze your friends and family!Includes a 45 minute detailed instructional DVD featuring world famous fish trainer Dr Dean PomerleauIncludes a Full Color manual with over 100 photos and packed with training tipsThe easy to use, targeted feeding wand comes with each kit making it easy to reward your fish at the correct timesIncludes the R2 Fish School training Field and a compact base platform for bowls or small tanks11.4 x 2.6 x 6.9 (lxhxw)

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    Stainless Steel Fish Smoker - Jarvis Walker

    Stainless Steel Fish SmokerHave you ever thought about smoking your own fish? And then thought it’s too hard? Well with the Stainless Steel Fish Smoker its as easy as one, two, threeWhy not impress your family and friends and create some fantastic dinners and tasty treats, well with the Stainless Steel Fish Smoker you can.Smoking Fish has been around for centuries, of course years ago it was to preserve your catch but it sure is a tasty way to cook fish. Popular species that taste great smoked include trout, tailor, mullet, slimey mackerel, in fact any fish can be smoked and some fish that aren’t particularly known as great table fare come up trumps smoked Australian Salmon smoke extremely well.Of course you can smoke other products as well chicken, meats, cheeses even vegetable can be smoked the list is endless.Before we said it’s easy as one, two, three to smoke fish well here it isStep 1 - Catch your fishStep 2 - Prepare your fish ( clean or fillet your fish) and then brine them for added flavourStep 3 - Cook your fishStep 4 - Eat what you cooked! Well that’s 4 steps but, who’s counting? Yep its that simple

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