Smoking Food

Smoking Food

A Guide to Smoking Meat, Fish & Seafood, Vegetables, Cheese, Nuts and Other Treats

Book - 2010
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All you need to know to create your own delicious smoked foods
Anyone can try smoking food but for those with less experience, this book provides straightforward information on getting started, including handy suggestions on how to use your smoked product. For those who are old hands at smoking, the wide range of mouth-watering recipes encourage you to get more adventurous with your smoker.
Chef Chris Fortune has developed all these recipes to help you get the most out your smoker. Try his Hot-Smoked Oysters with Tomato and Chilli Salsa, or Hot-Smoked Spicy Sausages. The Pork Ribs Hot-Smoked over oak are hard to beat, as are the Green Tea Smoked Duck or Chicken Breasts. The vegetable section has versatile Smoky Tomato Ketchup, and there are also delicious recipes for smoking cheese, nuts and chocolate.
Also includes the pre-smoking processes and smoking techniques: which materials to choose for different flavours -- wood, spices , or herbs; information on different types of smokers and how to use them; and how to store smoked food, along with a useful troubleshooting guide.
Publisher: Mechanicsberg, PA : Stackpole Books, 2010.
ISBN: 9780811714426
081171442X
Characteristics: 95 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm

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