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Smoking me some cheese

post #1 of 10
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Well pulled the trigger on some cheese today. Doing Havarti dill,creamy and pepper jack. More pics to come 43f21002-90d2-6263.jpg

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post #2 of 10

Looks Good...

post #3 of 10

Nice!

I picked up some cheese today for my first try..

Actually I picked a bunch of stuff today/\... Jalapenos  big ones. chiken on sale .69.

12 pounds of butt and a 4 pound sirloin tip roast.

 I think we will have food for a week.

 

  Craig

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Pic of all the cheese going on FLO(smoker).

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Using the amaze N smoker with cherry. Love this thing great job TJ


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Nice!
I picked up some cheese today for my first try..
Actually I picked a bunch of stuff today/\... Jalapenos big ones. chiken on sale .69.
12 pounds of butt and a 4 pound sirloin tip roast.
I think we will have food for a week.

Craig[/quote

Sounds like u are set. I love shopping for meat :)


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post #6 of 10

Looks great!

 

I did the same; today was the first 'smokerish' day here in awhile. So I went and got a block of sharp cheddar, one of swiss, and one also of gouda, and set up the A-MAze-N for its inaugural run. They've been on the Weber kettle since 11am. I filled the first two columns of the A-Maze-N, and it's just reaching the end of the smoke now. Wife and I couldn't resist sampling  :) - she says the cheddar is outstanding, while the Gouda is my fave.

 

The A-Maze-N is simply outstanding. As close to perfect a gadget as one could hope for. I mixed mostly cherry with a small amount of maple. I have to get the other varieties of sawdust now  :)

 

If we have around the same temps next week, I'm gonna smoke some fish... I'll make up my mind in midweek, when I'd set up the cure.

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Looks great!

 

I did the same; today was the first 'smokerish' day here in awhile. So I went and got a block of sharp cheddar, one of swiss, and one also of gouda, and set up the A-MAze-N for its inaugural run. They've been on the Weber kettle since 11am. I filled the first two columns of the A-Maze-N, and it's just reaching the end of the smoke now. Wife and I couldn't resist sampling  :) - she says the cheddar is outstanding, while the Gouda is my fave.

 

The A-Maze-N is simply outstanding. As close to perfect a gadget as one could hope for. I mixed mostly cherry with a small amount of maple. I have to get the other varieties of sawdust now  :)

 

If we have around the same temps next week, I'm gonna smoke some fish... I'll make up my mind in midweek, when I'd set up the cure.

 

yes the a manze n is outstanding i love it.. good job on your cheese and i love cheddarPDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
 

post #8 of 10
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Off the smoker and time for the food saver.

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post #9 of 10

I love cheese - yours looks great

post #10 of 10

Great looking cheese!

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