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Cheese as Gifts??


Master of the Pit
Joined Feb 27, 2018
Hell yeah! I did the same thing last year with bacon and cheese...it was a huge hit!



Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Joined Feb 18, 2015
You nailed it! a neighbor brought us some smoked cheese last year . it was a great gift!


Master of the Pit
OTBS Member
Joined Nov 16, 2016
Agreed smoked cheese is a great gift. It has taken me more time and batches than I thought I would need to dial mine in enough to gift it. Thankfully a member suggested trying dust and my cheese is where I want and no "aging" which never really helped IMO. For gifts, I buy the big blocks and slice squares off along the width. Vac seals in my small roll perfectly and is also cracker sized. Toying around the notion of adding a red or green holiday label this year.

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Smoking Fanatic
SMF Premier Member
Joined Mar 13, 2019
Cheese makes a fabulous gift. I speak from experience, trust me. People absolutely love it and it is so appreciated when you spend time to create something yourself.


Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Joined Jun 13, 2017
Super good gifts. These are the kind of things I love getting. I’m doing baskets this year is breakfast sausage, brat patties, buckboard and Canadian bacon. Some will also get Amish mustard eggs.


Smoking Guru
OTBS Member
SMF Premier Member
Joined Aug 24, 2014
M1950, you can't go wrong when you give out that for the holidays !


Master of the Pit
Joined Jan 17, 2013
I gave out smoked cheese for gifts a couple of years ago. Got some very hearty thank you's. I say go for it!

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