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Elk chunks using a handheld smoke generator - Q/V

post #1 of 8
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My wife requested a little additional smoke on some canned smoked elk chunks.

This is how it was done.

 

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2 gallon zip bag, elk chunks on rack, small glass and smoke generator.

 

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Ready for smoke.  Glass keeps bag off of chunks and allows more air in bag.

 

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Bag filled with Hickory smoke.  Zip close and allow to set 30 minutes.  Now how easy is that?

Prep time 5 minutes total time 35 minutes.


Edited by Mr T 59874 - 12/4/15 at 12:43pm
post #2 of 8

That's pretty slick Mr. T. I've been looking at the Smoking Gun on and off for the past 3 years. I have something similar I want to do with some beef cheeks and ox tails I picked up today and this would be perfect.

 

Thanks for sharing.

post #3 of 8

That is cool!  Also easy peasy!

 

Kay

post #4 of 8
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dls, kat,

Items such as salads, ice cream, nuts and cheeses can be smoked this way or a little smoke can be added to a blender to add smoke to shakes, salsas or anything else.

 

This is a cool little unit that I wish was available when working in restaurants, being limited to what could be smoked with the unit that I was using.  With this, I cannot think of anything that a touch of smoke cannot be added to, from drinks to desserts.  Example, an order for a smoked shrimp cocktail can be filled and in front of the customer in under ten minutes.

 

At $100 it may seem to be a little expensive, but if you were working in an restaurant you could soon pay for it in extra tips.

Tom

post #5 of 8

That's really cool.... as far as drinks go mixologists ( if thats a word) use vapor and filter it through the drink to impart the flavors in it. 

post #6 of 8
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Originally Posted by FWIsmoker View Post

That's really cool.... as far as drinks go mixologists ( if thats a word) use vapor and filter it through the drink to impart the flavors in it. 

Two ways I do drinks.  Drinks such as wine, place in shaker, add smoke then shake for 15-20 seconds +/-.  Drinks like beer, place hose in the top 1" for a few seconds +/-.  No filter necessary as there is a filter in the Gun.

T

post #7 of 8
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Originally Posted by Mr T 59874 View Post

Two ways I do drinks.  Drinks such as wine, place in shaker, add smoke then shake for 15-20 seconds +/-.  Drinks like beer, place hose in the top 1" for a few seconds +/-.  No filter necessary as there is a filter in the Gun.

T

Here ya go... click the video on this page.  Cool stuff imo. http://www.vaporizerblog.com/guides/volcano-vaporizer-mixology/  The difference is you're not reaching combustion and only releasing oil vapors. 

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Originally Posted by FWIsmoker View Post

Here ya go... click the video on this page.  Cool stuff imo. http://www.vaporizerblog.com/guides/volcano-vaporizer-mixology/  The difference is you're not reaching combustion and only releasing oil vapors. 

Well that's a new one on me.  Thanks for the info. 

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