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post #1 of 7
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After doing much research and getting as much info as I could - tried the cold smoke for the cheese. WOW - did these turn out great. Did some mild and sharp cheddar and some Colby. Went and bough some small rectangular Weber dip pans from Lowes used 3 charcoal briquettes which I let get a nice ash color, threw on some cherry and apply wood pieces and 1 hour later - FEAST. Temp never got above 97 degrees.

A thank you to everyone for the huge amounts of info. Meatloaf is next.
post #2 of 7
Never thought about smoking cheese that way. Good idea.
post #3 of 7
Good deal Navyfe! Smoked cheese is great stuff! Have you ever thoght about making your own cheese?
post #4 of 7
Now you need to smoke some bologna (baloney where I come from) to go with that cheese. Some good crackers and "something cool to drink", a comfortable chair in a shady spot, and you are set! PDT_Armataz_01_28.gif
The meatloaf will get you hooked! Can't beat a smoked meatloaf!
post #5 of 7
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The meatloaf was GREAT.

Never thought of my making my own cheese Debi...will have to give that a try.

Believe it or not....I need to try a fatty. Have read about them here, and going to give it a try - maybe use some of the smoked cheese
post #6 of 7
I did baloney a few different ways and it turned out beautifully. Some with mustard and dry rub, some with EVOO and cracked pepper.....wonderful.
post #7 of 7
Steve -

Next time out try a port wine cheddar, or a block of parmesian great stuff! Better get on the fatty! MAke sure you get several they are great especially the hot ones (which aren't hot - just good)!
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