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Real Smokehouse Almonds

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
And way better than store bought.

Doing 2 different ways for snacking on the road>>>>well one batch atleast.

Sweet Hot almonds.

The mix
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And the Johnny Reb dont eat while driving almonds.
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Sprinkled a little salt powder on both batches.
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Now in the Bighouse with hickory.
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On top of the rods.
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post #2 of 12

They look great Nepas. The last time I smoked almonds I left them in too long & burned them. Haven't done any since. I guess I may have to give it another try.

post #3 of 12

You are inspiring nepas. First all the sausage, & now almonds!

post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanks realtorterry

Got the almonds done and cooling now.

On the left is the Johnny Reb>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Right Sweet Hot
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post #5 of 12

Sweet hot for me thank you!!

 

Tasty looking...

 

 

   Craig

post #6 of 12

Mighty tasty lookin'. Where do you get powdered salt from?

post #7 of 12

Those look great,  what kind of temp do you smoke almonds at?

post #8 of 12

Nice job....liked seeing the pic of Rebel Yell.....used to be my fav bourbon when living in Calif....don't see much of it up here in the NW but that pic brought back some fine memories

post #9 of 12

O yes


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post #10 of 12
Thread Starter 
I make my own powdered salt.

BlueBomber

I took the heat to 180*


Chef Willie

Remember when the Rebel had the Stars and Bars on the label?
post #11 of 12

Those are looking great man. I need to get on the smoker again soon. Too many projects gettin in the way

post #12 of 12
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I make my own powdered salt.

BlueBomber

I took the heat to 180*


Chef Willie

Remember when the Rebel had the Stars and Bars on the label?


LOL...yeah, I do....noticed the bottle had a new designer look to it....looks like a cognac bottle now. Must be at least 12 years since I've had a jug...used to be able to get it at Trader Joes in Calif but haven't seen it since returning to the NW. May have to go on a hunt for it.....

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