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Canadian bacon

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13 days in pops brine, over night to dry, smoked yesterday with cherry, apple, & corn cob.




Sliced & stacked in 1/2 lb piles for packaging



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Man that's a mess of bacon, hope you have a lot of eggs to go with it!!

 

Looks great Murray!

 

Thumbs Up  Al

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Yeah made some for a friend I'll keep about half of this for my freezer
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Never heard of using corn cob to smoke.  How do you use it?  Whole or chopped? with or without kernels? Do you have to dry it?

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Never heard of using corn cob to smoke.  How do you use it?  Whole or chopped? with or without kernels? Do you have to dry it?

Todd sells them in pellet form. I use them alot
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Yep 👆 what c farmer said, pellet form sometimes I'll just throw a couple handfuls in my smoker tray, the Cherry & apple are from my buddies back 40.
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