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Christmas Presents have been started! Updated 12/22/2014

post #1 of 15
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Put a loin into a bath for 10-14 days using a variation of Pops Wet Curing Recipe.

All trimmed and ready for the bath.




Ready to be sealed and transformed.



Stay tuned for the results.
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Lookin good Brian, I'am in !
post #4 of 15

I'm In!....Love a cured loin!..Watcha making Brian? CB, Lonza, Lomo? Dont leave us in suspense man!

post #5 of 15

Oooo ,nice...Coffee.gif , I'm ready . ..

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I'm In!....Love a cured loin!..Watcha making Brian? CB, Lonza, Lomo? Dont leave us in suspense man!

Making CB.

Also will smoke cheese to go with the CB.
post #7 of 15

Sweeeeet! :popcorn

post #8 of 15
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OK so Im a little late in updating.

I pulled from cure and it was a bit salty so I soaked in water for a bit.

Here it is out of the soak



I smoked low starting at 100 degrees then increasing 10 degrees an hour until the chamber was at 170. Then took the meat to 156. used the AMNPTS with Pitmaster pellets.

I didn't get a picture in the smoker. Here it is packaged up.



Also did 20 lbs of Cheddar. I cut the blocks up and have 40- 8oz packages.



Hopefully people are happy with their gifts.
post #9 of 15
Looks great!
post #10 of 15
Looks great Brian.... Very nice gifts..... They should be pleased with gifts like that....
post #11 of 15
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Thanks guys. Merry Christmas
post #12 of 15

Nice looking stuff there Brian. How did the bacon turn out. Looks really good. Look forward to seeing you in April.

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Nice looking stuff there Brian. How did the bacon turn out. Looks really good. Look forward to seeing you in April.

Tim,

It is great. Makes me hate buying the store bought stuff. Just like sausage. Once you make it then its hard to go to store bought stuff.

I can't wait until April as well.
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Hopefully people are happy with their gifts.

Who wouldn't be happy with a gift like that!
Merry Christmas to you and your family Brian. Hope your new year is a good one too!
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Hopefully people are happy with their gifts.

Who wouldn't be happy with a gift like that!
Merry Christmas to you and your family Brian. Hope your new year is a good one too!

Thanks Dan.

Merry Christmas to you and yours as well.
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