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smoked 30lbs of cheese for christmas gifts

post #1 of 16
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I smoked some cheese for a thanksgiving dinner appetizer treat and everyone enjoyed it so much that I decided to do some and give it away for christmas gifts.  went to costco and got the big blocks of sharp chedder and colby jack cut them into sticks about 1in square and about 5 in long.(depends on the size of the block I started with)  put them in the smoker at about 80 deg or so and with apple for about 3 hours.  vacuum packed a peice of each in a bag and they are now in the freezer to "rest" before gift giving time!!

 

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thanks for looking at my saturday project!!

 

post #2 of 16

Nice project...great job..would like to see more pics of your smoker...

post #3 of 16

That is a lot of cheese... Nice Job...

post #4 of 16

That looks great. I just did 15lbs myself.

post #5 of 16

Great Job Dalton !

 

Cheeeeeeze, Everybody's gonna love you!

 

 

Bear

post #6 of 16

thats a good idea and a fine gift, looks good

post #7 of 16

I've been a good boy! icon_mrgreen.gif

post #8 of 16
I been extra extra good ALL year
post #9 of 16
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thanks for all the kind words.  i appreciate you all looking at my christmas presents.  I hope everyone likes them!

 

dalton

post #10 of 16
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I've been a good boy! icon_mrgreen.gif



Dalton,

Meateater is lying!

 

He's been lighting fires on his balcony again!!!  eek.gif

post #11 of 16

I happen to be certified in "Smoked Cheese Quality Control" if you need someone to inspect and certify your gifts as being acceptable for human consumption.   I only need about 30 lbs. for the certification process to be completed. biggrin.gif

 

Contact me at Dirt Guy dot com.  icon_wink.gif


Edited by Dirt Guy - 12/14/10 at 8:20am
post #12 of 16

That cheese looks great. I really like the looks of your smoker as well.

post #13 of 16
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I happen to be certified in "Smoked Cheese Quality Control" if you need someone to inspect and certify your gifts as being acceptable for human consumption.   I only need about 30 lbs. for the certification process to be completed. biggrin.gif

 

Contact me at Dirt Guy dot com.  icon_wink.gif


ok dirt guy...   I will get right on that...   lol


 

post #14 of 16
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Quote:
Originally Posted by meateater View Post

I've been a good boy! icon_mrgreen.gif



Dalton,

Meateater is lying!

 

He's been lighting fires on his balcony again!!!  eek.gif


oh oh...  I think we are all guilty of that!!


 

post #15 of 16

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WOW that's alot of cheeses there Buddy.

Now do you want me to explain buddy. It's a friend that you like enough to sent a handful of really nice smoked cheese to. Right Buddy............PDT_Armataz_01_11.gif

post #16 of 16
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Dalton,

Meateater is lying!

 

He's been lighting fires on his balcony again!!!  eek.gif


Bear is right - I can see the fires in San Diego


 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dirt Guy View Post

I happen to be certified in "Smoked Cheese Quality Control" if you need someone to inspect and certify your gifts as being acceptable for human consumption.   I only need about 30 lbs. for the certification process to be completed. biggrin.gif

 

Contact me at Dirt Guy dot com.  icon_wink.gif


I am not nearly as greedy, just send me a couple of test samples from each batch - say 1/2 # each and I can certify it for you much quicker too
 

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