Keep meaning to - but I have the luxury of a stove-top smoker. It is A-MAY-ZING. (Did oak-smoked camembert in it. A delight).humblebee wrote:Anyone here tried tea-smoking food? I quite fancy tea-smoking some tofu. It looks like a right clat though.
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That sounds incredible! I had smoked brie once and it was delicious. Would love to try doing some myself but basically fear I'd burn our flat down...Silver Girl wrote: (Did oak-smoked camembert in it. A delight).
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Would any of you happen to have the perfect recipe for spanakopita, please?
This post is awesome. I am proud of this post because i am cooker. I know how to cooking.
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