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post #21 of 36
Looks great Tom!

Sure like smoking Tillamook CHEESUS!
post #22 of 36

Great job Tom. Once again I learned something (increase the distance between the cheese and the smoke source). And yes that was some good info from Eman.

 

About a year ago I got in the habit of writing the retail cost of the cheese onto the finished vac wrapped smoke cheese for that reason. It helps ensure I am saving the best stuff for guests who genuinely appreciate it! Some of my buddies are just wolves! lol

post #23 of 36
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Great job Tom. Once again I learned something (increase the distance between the cheese and the smoke source). And yes that was some good info from Eman.

 

About a year ago I got in the habit of writing the retail cost of the cheese onto the finished vac wrapped smoke cheese for that reason. It helps ensure I am saving the best stuff for guests who genuinely appreciate it! Some of my buddies are just wolves! lol

Thanks Humdinger, Yes, increase the distance, you will be rewarded.

 

We shoot wolves out here. AR15firing.gif

 

Tom

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Thanks Humdinger, Yes, increase the distance, you will be rewarded.

 

We shoot wolves out here. AR15firing.gif

 

Tom

For sure!

 

LOL - About 5 years ago, the lower peninsula of Michigan (the "mitten") started getting wolve sitings again. First time in about 115 years. Hunting for them is already a hot issue in Lansing so should be interesting.

post #25 of 36

This makes me want change setup, which is fine with us. 6 hrs. on AMPNS. Ya think there is a diferance on distance. Smoker below cheese or bacon.

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This makes me want change setup, which is fine with us. 6 hrs. on AMPNS. Ya think there is a diferance on distance. Smoker below cheese or bacon.

 

Oh, yes.  I encourage you or any skeptic to do their own test, here's mine.  AMNPS & Smoke Daddy Myths?

 

Tom

post #27 of 36

MR T, that is some scrumptious looking cheese !!!:points:

post #28 of 36
Wow!!! That looks awesome Tom!!!!

Points!
post #29 of 36
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MR T, that is some scrumptious looking cheese !!!:points:

 

Thank you very much.  Yes, it is very good to say the least.

 

Tom

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Wow!!! That looks awesome Tom!!!!

Points!

 

Thank you Welshrarebit.

 

Tom

post #31 of 36
Great post! Good thread!

Thanks for the information Mr. T
post #32 of 36

Mr T, that cheese is beautiful!    I don't know how I missed this when you first posted.     Where do you get your wax for the cheese?

post #33 of 36
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Mr T, that cheese is beautiful!    I don't know how I missed this when you first posted.     Where do you get your wax for the cheese? ​

It can readily be found on Amazon. If you live in a city, you could most likely find it in a home brewers or cheese makers supply store.  

 

post #34 of 36
Wow Tom, very nice thread... I'm gonna get some cheese going today or tomorrow ( it's on sale for $4.99 for a 2 lb brick) as I'm running low ! What a great & informative thread, thanks for posting it !
post #35 of 36
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Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

Wow Tom, very nice thread... I'm gonna get some cheese going today or tomorrow ( it's on sale for $4.99 for a 2 lb brick) as I'm running low ! What a great & informative thread, thanks for posting it ! ​

Thank you WHB.  Just edited it to include another related thread.

 

Not a bad price on the cheese. 

 

Have fun and enjoy. 

 

Later,

 

Tom

post #36 of 36
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Mr T, that cheese is beautiful!    I don't know how I missed this when you first posted.     Where do you get your wax for the cheese?


I get my cheese from New England Cheese Suppy, they have Red or Black color. whatever pan you use make it a dedicated pan for wax. everyone has a different system for melting below is a link to what i use. it is a dedicated SS pot (cheap from Wally World) and a dedicated probe so i can monitor the temp at all times.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/179424/my-first-waxing 

 

Tom

 
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