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post #21 of 34
Thread Starter 

Great addition Jimmy!  I will be trying several like that the next time I do some.

post #22 of 34

Now for that terrible time of year?

 

No more home grown tomatoes here at my house. We do have some frozen and some home made sauce in the freezer.

 

The supermarket tomatoes are so bad, a good canned tomato would be better.

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #23 of 34

oh, I'm doing that this weekend! both chef JimyJ and Austin's. thanks!

 

@chef J, 1tsp on each tomato? sliced or halved?

post #24 of 34

Wow, those look yummy!

post #25 of 34

So I got a good one for you!

 

I just made a sammich with the Turkey I smoked the other night, these tomatoes and some Smoked Gouda cheese between 2 nice slices of toasted Sourdough bread! Talk about a foodgasm! Thanks Jimmy!

 

post #26 of 34

There you go !!!! Nice !

post #27 of 34
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Originally Posted by dewetha View Post

oh, I'm doing that this weekend! both chef JimyJ and Austin's. thanks!

 

@chef J, 1tsp on each tomato? sliced or halved?


1tsp or even more...
Halves for Roma's and Thick Sliced other types.....I think a combined recipe might be interesting Too....Sweet, Tangy, Garlic, Herbs,  YUM!...JJ

 

post #28 of 34
Oh im gonna raid the tomatoes out of the fridge lol
post #29 of 34

What kind of wood are you using? apple or cherry or something heavier

post #30 of 34
Thread Starter 

I would use anything except the heavier ones such as; oak, mesquite, hickory.  Pecan is a good middle ground and goes good with just about  everything; one of my personal favorites.

post #31 of 34

These look great! I'll hafta try them, but on a smaller level

post #32 of 34
Thread Starter 

I'm doing a batch tonight (although in the oven) and honestly you can cook them longer if you want, almost until the edges are blackened and the tomatoes are shriveled up into little flat discs.  The flavor is hard to describe but I promise you they won't last long on your plate.

post #33 of 34
Is there some way to preserve these or are they already preserved this way. Would like to do a big batch this way. Then use them in the future. Perhaps freeze in vacuum sealed bag?
post #34 of 34

Great recipe!!! lot's of great ideas to use this recipe as well. Among all the other ideas, i'm thinking a good burger topper also. Reinhard

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