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Unread 11-11-2013, 09:39 PM   #1
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Other stuff to do in the smoker

I looked thru here and I didn't see anybody post about smoking Cheese or Eggs. Both are excellent smoked, I prefer Hickory wood chips myself.
The eggs are easy to do and fast, 15 to 20 minutes in the smoker. Put them in a ziplock bag in the fridge overnight.
The cheese is alittle more work as it needs to be cold smoked. I use a tray of ice cubes in the smoker to cool the smoke down. Again, it only takes about 15 to 20 minutes. Ziplock bag it, store it in the fridge overnight.
Enjoy.

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Unread 11-11-2013, 11:52 PM   #2
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you are talking about already boiled eggs here right ?
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Unread 11-12-2013, 06:29 PM   #3
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Yup. Sorry it should have said hardboiled eggs.

I have tried 4 different types of cheese and they all taste better smoked.
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Yup. Sorry it should have said hardboiled eggs.

I have tried 4 different types of cheese and they all taste better smoked.
Have you tried Blue Cheese yet ?
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Have heard good things about the smoked eggs, gotta try that.

I was smoking ribs a few weeks ago and the racks I bought were untrimmed. I ended up with about two pounds of trimmings which I ran thru the grinder and turned into sausage with a random selection of spices. Then the magic. I rolled hot dog shaped pieces and wrapped those in corn husks which then got smoked for a while. Good stuff. I think next time I'll try soaking the husks in something other than water.
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Have heard good things about the smoked eggs, gotta try that.

I was smoking ribs a few weeks ago and the racks I bought were untrimmed. I ended up with about two pounds of trimmings which I ran thru the grinder and turned into sausage with a random selection of spices. Then the magic. I rolled hot dog shaped pieces and wrapped those in corn husks which then got smoked for a while. Good stuff. I think next time I'll try soaking the husks in something other than water.
Have you tried the pre seasoned Costco ribs?
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Unread 11-16-2013, 12:11 AM   #7
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I looked thru here and I didn't see anybody post about smoking Cheese or Eggs. Both are excellent smoked, I prefer Hickory wood chips myself.
The eggs are easy to do and fast, 15 to 20 minutes in the smoker. Put them in a ziplock bag in the fridge overnight.
The cheese is alittle more work as it needs to be cold smoked. I use a tray of ice cubes in the smoker to cool the smoke down. Again, it only takes about 15 to 20 minutes. Ziplock bag it, store it in the fridge overnight.
Enjoy.
Humm this is interesting.
My neighbor gave me a water smoker.
I wonder if I filled the water pan full of ice cubes if I could smoke cheese?
Guy I work with brings in from time to time some smoked swiss cheese. That stuff is amazing!
What kind of wood do you use?
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Humm this is interesting.
My neighbor gave me a water smoker.
I wonder if I filled the water pan full of ice cubes if I could smoke cheese?
Guy I work with brings in from time to time some smoked swiss cheese. That stuff is amazing!
What kind of wood do you use?
When I smoke delicate foods such as fish, I use apple, maple, or pecan, the lighter woods. When I had a water smoker I added booze the water. Raises the boiling point so you don't end up giving your food a steam bath.
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I haven't tried smoking blue cheese, yet. It's on my list.
Smoked Swiss cheese is my favorite so far.
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I haven't tried smoking blue cheese, yet. It's on my list.
Smoked Swiss cheese is my favorite so far.
Again what kind of wood did you use?
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When I smoke delicate foods such as fish, I use apple, maple, or pecan, the lighter woods. When I had a water smoker I added booze the water. Raises the boiling point so you don't end up giving your food a steam bath.
Good idea, but it's also a waste of perfectly good booze.
'A hanging offense in some states....

I love smoked meats, but after reading somewhere that the Japanese have the highest rates of stomach cancer due to the amount of smoked meats they consume...well....it gives me pause.




(Be right back...after I eat these smoked pork ribs...)
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Unread 11-20-2013, 12:58 PM   #12
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Good idea, but it's also a waste of perfectly good booze.
'A hanging offense in some states....

I love smoked meats, but after reading somewhere that the Japanese have the highest rates of stomach cancer due to the amount of smoked meats they consume...well....it gives me pause.




(Be right back...after I eat these smoked pork ribs...)
Go to Wall Mart, buy cheap booze in the plastic jug.
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No thanks. I prefer NOT to go to Wally world if I can help it. I'd almost rather stick a needle in my eye....(to borrow a phrase from a Jack Nicholson film.)
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Unread 11-26-2013, 01:25 PM   #14
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im totally trying to smoke soem hard boiled eggs!! sounds awesome
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