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Old 12-28-2010, 01:47 PM   #11
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Cold smoking is easy as hell, especially in this weather, as long as it is above freezing out. All you need is a box (grill, smoker, even a cardboard box), some wood chips (not chunks or dust), a small coffee or large soup can, and a brand new soldering iron. It will take less than 5 minutes to set up and will work great.

Probably too late now though because for cold smoking you need to use a curing salt which you probably wont have in the brine for a hot smoke.
it is not. possibly this weekend, though. i may just have to give it a try then. any ideas on what to try and cold smoke as a first attempt?


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Old 12-28-2010, 04:03 PM   #12
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it is not. possibly this weekend, though. i may just have to give it a try then. any ideas on what to try and cold smoke as a first attempt?
Cheese and nuts are popular because they don't involve and prep or curing or anything.


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I'm spit roasting a 22lb pork leg this Friday for our New Years feast. Will take pics and report back!

(I know it's not smoking, but... it seemed relevant).
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agreed, the soldering iron and tin can works great for cheese.
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A little late to the thread and sorry no pics but I smoked a 15lb turkey on my ugly drum on Christmas day. My poor kids had to wait to open gifts while I got the turkey going. Total smoke was about 8 hours and I used some apple wood from the back yard.

I made the brine and rub from thesmokerking.com. It turned out great! Some of the best turkey I have had even though it was in my moms freezer for several years.
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Cheese and nuts are popular because they don't involve and prep or curing or anything.
ah! forgot about cheese. i've been meaning to take a crack at that for a while now. thanks for the suggestion.
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Anyone smoking meat for new year's?
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I wish. My smoker is out of commission. I am hoping to have it rebuilt along with a 2nd one for super bowl though.
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^^^ Same boat here, the bottom of the firebox on mine gave out after last weeks bbq. I haven't decided if I'll fix it or not, been wanting something bigger.
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I've got 15 pounds of shoulder on the smoker today for an open house/christen the keezer get together tomorrow.

Oatmeal Stout, Old Ale, Bass clone, Apfelwein and pop for the kids.

I might report back, but it will probably be in DRMM at that point.

Enjoy!


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