All the particulars about smoking sausages, meat, fish, poultry & wild game. Apply cures, make brines, create your own recipes. Sections on smokehouse design include 200+ construction diagrams & photos that cover most known methods: masonry, portable, wood, concrete, Kamado, & drum smokers. The best selling guide on smoking meats and building smokers has been completely revised and edited. Most books on smoking just give some elementary information and then are filled with recipes; this book is the reverse, scholarly information and theory as it applies to smoking meats and a few recipes that will get one started. While various recipes usually get the spotlight, it is the authors' opinion that the technical know-how behind preparing meats and sausages is far more important. This is a book that will take some careful thought and study. There is a section with some basic recipes, but after reading the book one should be able to create his own recipes without much effort. The book explains differences between grilling, barbecuing and smoking. There are extensive discussions of curing as well as the particulars about smoking sausages, meat, fish, poultry and wild game. The sections on smokehouse design include over 200 construction diagrams and photos that cover most known methods: masonry, portable, wood, concrete, Kamado, and drum smokers. There are 30 pages on combustion theory, pit design, baffle positions, fuels and burners that provide insight to smoker efficiency. After reading this book a reader will fully comprehend what can be expected of any particular smoker and how to build one that will conform to his individual needs. The book will benefit the serious smoker as well as the beginner. In Meat Smoking & Smokehouse Design readers are provided with detailed information about how to: Apply cures and make brines, Smoke meats, poultry, game and fish, Barbecue meats and build barbecues, Create your own recipes without adding chemicals and Design and build your own smokehouse. B&W photos & illus t/out; 6x9 inches, 324 pgs.
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