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  1. #1
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    Default Pair of 5 lb ers

    Here's some cheese I smoked a while back.














    They came out pretty good after a little time in the frig.

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    Thats a lot of cheese. What temp did you keep it at? I love smoked cheese, gonna have to try that.
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    Great looking cheese. I tried to some some cheese a while back in my WSM and used some ice in the water pan to keep the temps down. When the ice started to melt some of the water dripped on my coals and gave the cheese a real bitter taste.Had to throw it out.
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    What tep did you run and how long?

    Apple is a good choice for cheese.

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    SON! That's some serious binder!
    Bout a ECB full.

    What kinda cheese? Tell us more!
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    Looks like too much cheese to me, better send some my way.

    Looks great!

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    LMAO! That looks like the Government Cheese we used to get when I was a kid....
    I'd hit it! Nice work.
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    I miss that Govt. cheese. It was excellent stuff!
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    great looking cheese , I've yet to do cheese , added to the ever growing list
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  10. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vermin99 View Post
    Great looking cheese. I tried to some some cheese a while back in my WSM and used some ice in the water pan to keep the temps down. When the ice started to melt some of the water dripped on my coals and gave the cheese a real bitter taste.Had to throw it out.
    I tried something like that once, had about the same results.

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    What tep did you run and how long?
    Apple is a good choice for cheese.
    I try to keep the temp as low as I can which is about 90 degrees, I have an electric hot plate with a stainless steel pan for wood chips. I let it run about 3 hrs.
    I have used pecan, my favorite. I have mixed apple and pecan, apple and hickory, and pecan and hickory. All have come out really good.

    What kinda cheese? Tell us more![/quote]
    That was some 5# mild cheddar from Sam's Club.

    Quote Originally Posted by peculiarmike View Post
    I miss that Govt. cheese. It was excellent stuff!
    I know what you mean, that was some of the best cheese.

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