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last nights Smoke

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this came off at midnight last night. wrapped and ready to hit the cooler. we have been having an unusual heat wave and watched the temps in my smoker hover at 89 degrees and finally dropped to 65-70 last night so as all good cheese heads it was time to get to work. I really did not want to deal with ice or dry ice as many have to due specific conditions, I chose to wait it out. the cheeses last night are as follows, mild and sharp Tillamook cheddar, extra sharp white cheddar , provolone, Parmesan and a odd ball hard white (cheddar salty) but very good found at Costco. and the given Salt and slivered almonds. ignore the POS oven, soon to be replaced with the remodel. these will rest and now that my first wax has arrived and with the last smoke (in seal a meal) will be put in wax, let the games begin. thanks to all the help from Mr "T" we will be having success and will post the last smoke (in seal a meal) will be put in wax, let the games begin. thanks to all the help from Mr "T" we will be having success and will post the final chapter to this saga.

 

 

 

 

 

thanks, Tom

post #2 of 6

Nice.....getting cooler here as well, possible rain on Thursday. Can't go wrong with advice from Mr. T.....dudes got talent...Willie

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Originally Posted by Chef Willie View Post
 

Nice.....getting cooler here as well, possible rain on Thursday. Can't go wrong with advice from Mr. T.....dudes got talent...Willie


Ya been waiting three weeks for the temp to drop, you guys the same problem. spent 27 years in Medford fighting the temps. the pics do not show the color (last night) but today they look much better, as we all say it will be fine with patience....:beercheer:

post #4 of 6

I have some cheese that needs smoked.

 

 

Yours looks good.

post #5 of 6
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C Farmer,

 

Thank You,

 

 

it's all good bring it on by and the worst that happens is we sit out in the back and watch it happen.... with a cool one or two :grilling_smilie:

 

Tom

post #6 of 6

Looks great!!! Yep need to do another batch also 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker

 

DS

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