Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth

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Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth, this week we are going do a different style of smoke. We are going to do some “Cold Smoking”. Cold smoking is under a 100 degrees or (38c).

We have a few recipes we want to do and need some cold smoked cheese and garlic. We thought while we were at it we would throw a ham chub on with Our New “Date Night Butt Rub”. We will be doing our “Smoked Garlic Sauce” and our “Smoked Chipotle Garlic Sauce”.  We also thought we would do our “Prairie Fire Redux” and “Smoked Mac & Cheese”. When you add smoked cheese to your recipes it changes everything in a GREAT WAY!!!

For “Cold Smoking” you don’t even fire up the grill, but use a “Smoke Tube” for the “Kiss of Smoke”. Just let everything hang out in the smoke for a few hours. Please keep in mind this is not cooking so depending on what you’re smoking you may need to cook it later, like any uncooked meat. Our ham chub was already cooked.

I use Bull Racks for Cold Smoking so I can really load up the grill…

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth, BBQ, Grill, Recipe, wood Pellet grill, Pellet smoking, How to BBQ, Ken Patti BBQ

My Bull Racks and Smoke Tube

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth
A Wood Pellet Grill Recipe

Prep Time: 10 mins.
Cook Time: 3 hours “Cold Smoke”
Grill: Sawtooth Wood Pellet Grill
Pellets: Pacific Pellet Gourmet BBQ Pellet Smoked Hickory

Ingredients: Cold Smokin Sawtooth

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth
A Wood Pellet Grill Recipe

Cooking Directions: Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth

You can cold smoke year round in the Sawtooth grill. But, in some parts of the country where a day at 100 degrees is considered cool you’ll need to add ice of some sort to keep your temps down. You can freeze water in milk jugs, but I found the easiest is just to put Ice Packs into a zipper bag for easy clean up and set them in the grill.

For the ham chub score it with what I call a “Diamond” cut so your seasoning can get into the meat. We rubbed it with Our New “Date Night Butt Rub seasoning and a nice coat of Briggs True “Texas Mustard” and just set it on the Bull Rack with a drip pan under it. I didn’t want the mustard dripping on my cheese and garlic.

The cheese will be easier to work with and pick of more smoke if you cut down into smaller blocks. After smoking seal in bags and let it age for 2 weeks or as long as you can stand waiting for it. We vacuum seal it, but plastic bags will work fine.

The garlic we will make into our sauce in a day or so.

Smoky Chipotle Garlic Sauce, wood pellet, grill, BBQ, smoker, recipe

Smoky Chipotle Garlic Sauce

Smoky Chipotle Garlic Sauce see recipe: https://datenightdoins.com/smoky-chipotle-garlic-sauce/

Smoked Garlic Sauce, wood pellet, grill, BBQ, smoker, recipe

Smoked Garlic Sauce

See recipe: https://datenightdoins.com/smoked-garlic-sauce/

I use a Maverick ProTemp Instant Read Thermometer for checking meat temps.

Note: I get a lot of questions about the kind of pellets you can use with a recipe. Keep in mind that a recipe is just an outline. Some you need to follow closely like when you are making bread, but most you can do anything you can dream, our favorite way to cook. Feel free to mix and match the pellets until you find a combination you really like. Also you are only smoking at temps less than 250 degrees (122c), anything higher is cooking and there will not be much if any smoke so it does not matter what kind of pellet you are using.

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth
A Wood Pellet Grill Recipe

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth, BBQ, Grill, Recipe, wood Pellet grill, Pellet smoking, How to BBQ, Ken Patti BBQ

Our New “Date Night Butt Rub” Seasoning and Briggs True “Texas Mustard”

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth, BBQ, Grill, Recipe, wood Pellet grill, Pellet smoking, How to BBQ, Ken Patti BBQ

 Work the Seasoning into Your Cuts

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 Cheese Smells So Good!!!

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth
A Wood Pellet Grill Recipe

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth, BBQ, Grill, Recipe, wood Pellet grill, Pellet smoking, How to BBQ, Ken Patti BBQ

Garlic is Ready

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Let’s Eat!!!

Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth
A Wood Pellet Grill Recipe

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Cold Smokin’ Sawtooth, this week we are going do a different style of smoke. We are going to do some “Cold Smoking”. Cold smoking is under a 100 degrees or (38c). We have a few recipes we want to do and need some cold smoked cheese and garlic. We thought while we were at it we would throw a ham chub on with Our New “Date Night Butt Rub”. We will be doing our “Smoked Garlic Sauce” and our “Smoked Chipotle Garlic Sauce”. We also thought we would do our “Prairie Fire Redux” and “Smoked Mac & Cheese”. When you add smoked cheese to your recipes it changes everything in a GREAT WAY!!! For “Cold Smoking” you don’t even fire up the grill, but use a “Smoke Tube” for the “Kiss of Smoke”. Just let everything hang out in the smoke for a few hours. Please keep in mind this is not cooking so depending on what you’re smoking you may need to cook it later, like any uncooked meat. Our ham chub was already cooked. I use Bull Racks for Cold Smoking so I can really load up the grill…
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Recipe type: Cold Smokin'
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • Ham chub, 5 lbs. fully cooked
  • 9 pounds of assorted cheese, do your favorites
  • 5 lbs raw garlic cloves, peeled
  • Our new “Date Night Butt Rub” seasoning
  • Briggs True “Texas Mustard” sauce
Instructions
  1. You can cold smoke year round in the Sawtooth grill. But, in some parts of the country where a day at 100 degrees is considered cool you’ll need to add ice of some sort to keep your temps down. You can freeze water in milk jugs, but I found the easiest is just to put Ice Packs into a zipper bag for easy clean up and set them in the grill.
  2. For the ham chub score it with what I call a “Diamond” cut so your seasoning can get into the meat. We rubbed it with Our New “Date Night Butt Rub” seasoning and a nice coat of Briggs True “Texas Mustard” and just set it on the Bull Rack with a drip pan under it. I didn’t want the mustard dripping on my cheese and garlic.
  3. The cheese will be easier to work with and pick of more smoke if you cut down into smaller blocks. After smoking seal in bags and let it age for 2 weeks or as long as you can stand waiting for it. We vacuum seal it, but plastic bags will work fine.
  4. The garlic we will make into our sauce in a day or so.

 

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