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Another cheese smoke largest one yet.

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Well I ran out of cheese and the local grocery store has it on sale.  A match made in heaven if you ask me.  8oz bricks were $1.77 I ended up picking 14 of them up.  Haha the checkout lady had to ask and make sure there wasn't a max on the number I could buy.  


Ended up smoking Sharp cheddar, pepperjack, farmers, white cheddar, mozz, chipotle ched, colby, and marb ched. Smoked for just over 3hrs with the AMNZP with a mix of apple, hickory, and maple got some awesome smoke off of it best yet.  The temp is finally getting up there around 30F so I still added a heater but got really good color on the cheese which did not happen with the last batch.


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Sorry I forgot to take after pictures till they were in the bags.  Once the two weeks is up I will be re sealing them in Vac bags as mine has not arrived yet.  If anyone want to see better pics I could take them then.


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post #2 of 10

A fine collection of cheeses. Looks great.

post #3 of 10

Nice variety! Did the checkout lady think you were nuts? 

post #4 of 10

Great looking smoke - lots of great munching ahead 

post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 

Umm yep pretty sure she thought I had a few loose which there is a good chance because I went back on monday and got ten more.  Gonna take some home for the Easter holiday and will have to replenish my supply.

post #6 of 10


Nice Cheese Spread!


You'll really notice a difference in how well food takes smoke, when you get above 40°.




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post #7 of 10

Cool beans looks to me like ya got good color on the cheese. If ya ask me ya can't have too much smoked cheese around. 

post #8 of 10

Nice looking cheese.......Now I am going to have to put some in the smoker tonite!!drool.gif

post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 

You are deff right Todd. My first batch I did outside with no heat and it was around 20F out.  It had little to no color but, some taste.  This time I but a Mr. Buddy heater in the smoker you can see it in the one pic kept it about 70-80F the whole time.  Way better color and hopfully taste.

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