Yum indeed. Can I join the party? Sumprat - the ladies are coming to scoff your smoked mackerel.
No, I used a normal kettle barbecue, charcoal briquettes and some oak and alder chips which I bought from:
That is quite an achievement, Jude, made all the sweeter by the CFC absolute bargain. Actually, that is a great approach when starting out - using CFC finds, I mean. If it all goes horribly wrong then no great loss.
I like that site you linked to. Not seen it before but prices seem reasonable and a good range. i would love to try their restaurant quality charcoal.
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Jude said:No, I used a normal kettle barbecue, charcoal briquettes and some oak and alder chips which I bought from: http://www.hotsmoked.co.uk/index.php
hmmm got plenty of that lying around. Only problem is that we just shove all our wood through the shredder and we have a composite material like alder and willow together.
Just hot smoking a couple of poussin. One to eat hot for my Sunday Dinner, one to be had cold during the week.
I know we were joking about having a [smoking] picnic by the Thames in Reading. But would anyone want to do it for real one weekend?
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