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Wedding Feast Cheese Smoke

post #1 of 8
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Hey Y'all     :beercheer:

 

A couple nights ago we had some unseasonably cool weather here in S. E. Missouri so I took advantage of the cold to slip in another cheese smoke before our summer heat is full upon us.

 

Wanted a good variety to serve as appetizers at our upcoming wedding. Selected a block each of Pepper Jack, Jalapeno, Marble Jack, Muenster, Extra Sharp Cheddar and as an experiment i threw some Mozzy string cheese into the batch.

 

Of course, I can't do a cold smoke without tossing in a couple cubes of butter  cow.gif

 

Even though it was a cool afternoon I waited until night when the temps got as low as they could, about 45* F.  I used about a half a tray of blended pellets in my AMPS which makes a nice overnight smoke without producing an overbearing smoke flavor.

 

Vac Packed and ready for the big day. 

 

I still have to make the Venison Summer Sausage, smoke the beans & salmon and BBQ the chickens for the feast to come. Thank God I have 2 months left to prep !

 

I'm sure this is a common problem but, I feel I haven't bucked up enough cheese to get me through the hot summer months.

This is my total stash so far :th_crybaby2: Unlike most folks, I'm praying for a cool summer !

 

Happy Smokin'  !!!!!   :yahoo:

post #2 of 8

Nice job on the cheese.

 

I worry about not having enough for the summer too.

 

We usually have to start rationing it in the fall.

 

Al

post #3 of 8

Looks great,, Nice color on it,,, Yeppers My stash is under lock and key LOL 

 

Good luck on the big day!!

A full smoker is a happy smoker 


DS
 

post #4 of 8
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Thank Ya Al !

post #5 of 8
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Thanks for ya comment and ya wellwishes DS !

post #6 of 8
Cheese looks great!!!
post #7 of 8
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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post

Nice job on the cheese.

I worry about not having enough for the summer too.

We usually have to start rationing it in the fall.

Al

If only we had walk in refrigerators with ventilation to smoke cheese year around. Maybe I can find one on Craigslist! Haha
post #8 of 8

SA, looks great, I will have to try smoking some string cheese !

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