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Cold smoke over hot smoke

post #1 of 4
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Hi smokers...

Just wondering is it possible to cold smoke cured pork with ice in a gas smoker... I'm keen to try this method to try & get a more woody taste into the pork more.

 

Cheers Ace

post #2 of 4

Hello Ace

 

Why do you want to use the gas smoker at all?

All you need is a place to hang the meat and a smoke source.  You can get smoke from a dish of sawdust or fine shavings placed in a pan with a clean soldering iron.  Cover with foil to prevent a fire.  Even better pickup an Amazin smoker.

 

Only thing you are looking for is the smoke, the heat will come later when you cook the meat.  I find when cold smoking a bit of white smoke isn't that bad.  Look around on this site for ideas to build a smoke generator,  there's lots of them available

 

Good luck and don't forget the Qview

post #3 of 4
Al is spot on..... skip the heat... smoke only.... be sure the surface of the meat is dry and a pellicle has formed for the best smoke flavor...

.... Photos from Marianski....

post #4 of 4

texas.gifHello and welcome from East Texas. This is a great site, lots of information and great people that are willing to throw in their two cents worth on about anything.   

 

Gary

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