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Just got some #1 at the gander mountain! Last time I checked they didn't have any and this time waaa laa.
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Nice,   bacon time?

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Oh Farmer there are so many things I can't wait to try. Bacon and ham are at the very top of the ever growing list.
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I get my cure from a local butcher shop.

Happy smoken.

David

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Got a 2 pound container of #1 from Amazon the other day.

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Gander has the lem 4oz packages. They are 1.99 so for now till I'm comfortable with my curing skills I'm gonna keep taking baby steps biggrin.gif gonna get the stuff to make snack sticks in my way home
Edited by Brooksy - 9/13/14 at 5:06am
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A couple "quick" recipes that are fun to play with are lox and cured and smoked chicken thighs. 4 oz of cure is enough to play with for a good while. If you're anything like me the wait for things like ham or bacon will be unbearable so these are good to keep you busy while you're waiting, in addition to the snack stix. For the chicken, just soak it in Pops' brine for a couple days and then smoke as usual. For lox, I'd suggest Bbally's tutorial called "Lox, a picture guide". Good luck and have fun!
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Originally Posted by Mdboatbum View Post

A couple "quick" recipes that are fun to play with are lox and cured and smoked chicken thighs. 4 oz of cure is enough to play with for a good while. If you're anything like me the wait for things like ham or bacon will be unbearable so these are good to keep you busy while you're waiting, in addition to the snack stix. For the chicken, just soak it in Pops' brine for a couple days and then smoke as usual. For lox, I'd suggest Bbally's tutorial called "Lox, a picture guide". Good luck and have fun!
Thanks for the heads up Bum. I will definitely be trying my hand at some lox! Love some lox on a bagel with cream cheese and a tomato and onion slice mmmm mmmmm good stuff. Also love some thighs. There as some many things I want to try
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