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Still eating some of the cheese that was smoked last year

post #1 of 8
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Hi folks - I'm new here but thought I'd post some of my past adventures in cooking. This cheese smoke was actually done last year at about this time, and I'm still enjoying what is left of the Gouda. It was cold outside (19F) and the intent was to do cold smoked cheese for the Christmas season. The lineup:

  • Gouda, Manchego, goat, and a couple kinds of cheddar.
  • Wood: alder
  • Smoke time: 2 hours

 

Cutting method: thinner chunks this time (1 inch thick) for better smoke penetration

Smoker: original Bradley 4 rack with 4 jerky racks added for 8 racks total

Because the goat is so moist, it was ready to eat immediately (doesn't sound so good but is really delicious).  The smoke was light because the temperature did not go much above 50-60F.

 

 

 

post #2 of 8

:welcome1:   Looks like a nice stash you have (had) there,, I just did me two batches this weekend,,,, What part of Idaho you from?

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker 

 

DS
 

post #3 of 8

:welcome1:

 

Great looking pile of cheese, job well done.

 

Keep On Smokin,

 

Tom

post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the welcome, gents - good to be here as there appears to be lots of activity and things to learn Thumbs Up

 

I'm in northern Idaho just across the border (and south) from Spokane

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Originally Posted by IdahoPZ View Post
 

Thanks for the welcome, gents - good to be here as there appears to be lots of activity and things to learn Thumbs Up

 

I'm in northern Idaho just across the border (and south) from Spokane

Not to far from me,, I'm in Lewiston..

 

DS

post #6 of 8

Welcome to the forum, PZ.  Nice mess of cheese.

 

T

post #7 of 8
One can tell you are new here: You don't seem to care about food safety- eating year old cheese. Before you get banned for crass food safety infraction please provide an address so we can arrange safe disposal of the old cheese.

Nice pile. Welcome to SMF.
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Originally Posted by atomicsmoke View Post

One can tell you are new here: You don't seem to care about food safety- eating year old cheese. Before you get banned for crass food safety infraction please provide an address so we can arrange safe disposal of the old cheese.

Nice pile. Welcome to SMF.


PZ,

 

Or you could drop some off at Hudson's in CDL and boost their already top 5 Burger....:laugh1:

 

Tom 

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