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Smoking is the process of curing, cooking, or seasoning food by exposing it for long periods of time to the smoke from a wood fire. "Hot smoking" is a several-hours-long process that can be used to fully cook raw meats or fish, while "cold smoking" is an hours- or days-long process that is generally used to preserve or flavour foods (usually meats or fish, but sometimes cheeses, vegetables, fruits, and even beer). File links The following pages link to this file: Amphibian Animal Abstract algebra Ada programming language Applied mathematics Algebra A Plus Cuisine of the United States Arthropod Active Server Pages Biology Bird Biochemistry Bicycle Bubble tea Botany Battery (electricity) Cell (biology) Bear Bubble and squeak Bash Bat Chordate Chess Cryptography... Curing - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... Cooking is the act of preparing food for consumption. ... Seasoning is the process of adding flavours, or enhancing natural flavour of any type of food. ... Smoke is a suspension in air of small particles resulting from incomplete combustion of a fuel. ... WOOD is a pair of radio stations in Grand Rapids, Michigan owned by Clear Channel on the frequencies of 1300 AM and 105. ... A large bonfire Fire is a form of combustion. ... Meat is animal tissue (mainly muscle) used as food. ... Atlantic herring, Clupea harengus, the most abundant fish species in the world. ... Cold smoking is a very similar process to hot smoking. ... Meat is animal tissue (mainly muscle) used as food. ... Atlantic herring, Clupea harengus, the most abundant fish species in the world. ... Cheese is a solid food made from the curdled milk of various animals—most commonly cows but sometimes goats, sheep, reindeer, and water buffalo. ... Vegetables on a market Vegetable is a nutritional and culinary term denoting any part of a plant that is commonly consumed by humans as food, but is not regarded as a culinary fruit, nut, herb, spice, or grain. ... Fruit stall in Barcelona, Spain. ... A typical mug of lager beer, showing the golden colour of the beer and the foamy head floating on top. ...

The fuel used for smoking may contain flavoring ingredients. For example, Chinese tea-smoking uses a mixture of uncooked rice, raw sugar, and tea, heated at the base of a wok, to slowly smoke and flavor meat and other foods. In Europe, the traditional wood burnt to smoke fish and meat is alder, but oak is more often used now, and beech to a lesser extent. In North America, hickory and mesquite wood, in addition to oak, pecan (especially good for salmon), and alder, and also sometimes wood from fruit trees such as apple,cherry and plum, are commonly used for smoking. For the workstation, see SGI Fuel. ... A hot cup of tea A tea bush. ... Species References ITIS 41975 2002-09-22 Rice (genus Oryza) is a plant of the grass family which is a dietary staple of more than half of the worlds human population. ... A sugar is a carbohydrate which is sweet to taste. ... A hot cup of tea A tea bush. ... A wok on an electric stove The wok (from the Cantonese pronunciation wok6 of Chinese 鑊 (Simplified Chinese: 镬); Pinyin gūo) is a versatile cooking utensil used especially in East Asia and Southeast Asia. ... World map showing location of Europe Europe is geologically and geographically a peninsula, forming the westernmost part of Eurasia. ... Species About 20-30 species, see text. ... Oakland International Airport is located in Oakland, California and serves the San Francisco Bay Area metro region. ... Species Fagus crenata - Japanese Beech Fagus engleriana - Chinese Beech Fagus grandifolia - American Beech Fagus hayatae - Taiwan Beech Fagus japonica - Japanese Blue Beech Fagus longipetiolata - South Chinese Beech Fagus lucida - Shining Beech Fagus mexicana - Mexican Beech or Haya Fagus orientalis - Oriental Beech Fagus sylvatica - European Beech Beech (Fagus) is a genus... World map showing location of North America A satellite composite image of North America North America is a continent in the northern hemisphere, bounded on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by the North Atlantic Ocean, on the south by the Caribbean Sea, and on the west... Species See text Hickory is a tree of the genera Carya and Annamocarya. ... Species many, see text Mesquite trees (genus Prosopis) are found in the United States from north-central Texas and Oklahoma up to southwestern Kansas and west to southeastern California, and from southwestern Utah to the southern limits of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan Deserts in Mexico. ... Binomial name Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh. ... The Chinook or King Salmon is the largest salmon in North America and can grow up to 58 long and 126 pounds. ... Species Malus domestica Malus sieversii The apple is a tree and its pomaceous fruit, of species Malus domestica in the family Rosaceae, and is one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits. ... Washington, D.C. Tidal Basin showing cherry trees in flower Cherry tree blossoms A cherry (originally cherise reinterpreted as a plural, from the Old Norman French word, in turn from Latin cerasum) is both a tree and its fleshy fruit, a type known as a drupe with a single hard... Genera Several, including: Prunus domestica Prunus insititia Prunus maritima Prunus salicina A plum is a stone-fruit tree in the genus Prunus. ...

Historically, farms in the western world included a small building termed the smokehouse where meats could be smoked and stored. This was generally well-separated from other buildings both because of the fire danger and because of the smoke emanations.

See also

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External links

  • National Center for Home Food Preservation - How Do I...Cure & Smoke

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