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Smoky sandwich to go with a nice smoky beer
I LOVE Schlenkerla's rauchbiers, or Alaskan Brewings Smoked
Porter... But sometimes even they don't provide enough smoke.
So I got to thinking... I've gone so far as smoked salmon with
smoked beer, but could I do better? Let's try this...
- Smoked bread (preferably a nice rye) [probably
have to home-
make this, though smoked grains MAY be available for sale]
- Smoked salmon
- Chipotle mayo (chipotle being smoked jalapenos); probably not
- Bacon; smoked (applewood or hickory though? hmm...)
- Smoked cheese (gouda? maybe something more exotic?)
- Smoked onion [probably need to do at home] (smoked garlic is
available, but might not work so well with salmon??)
- Smoked tomato [probably need to do at home, though I've seen
references to it; maybe could substitute in a smoke-based
Anyone got sources on the smoked bread, onion & tomato?
Larry's Smoke Dried Tomatoes
Rehydrate with warm water or in hot olive oil. Unfortunately, not available until mid-summer 2010. [jurist, Mar 09 2010]
Tierra Vegetables Smoked Onions
From California, $6.00 per packet, likened to "Vegan Bacon". [jurist, Mar 09 2010]
don't eat it all [jaksplat, Mar 09 2010]
||Let me be the first to say it...
||" I want some of what HE'S been smoking! "
||Definitely smoke related munchies.
||By the time I read down to the smoked gouda, I could
hardly breathe, it was so damn smoky around my head.
This is one smoking, smoking, smoking, idea. Damn, it's
so smoky in here I can't even see. Choke, cough, choke
||I think this fits within the category of a flavour, and we all know what happens to these.
||If I had more living space, I would totally try to realize that
smoked salsa suggestion.
||"flavour" mfd aside even, I don't get the actual idea: most, if not all of the listed items in the post are available... including the availability of "hickory smoke" as a liquid food-additive (mmm carcinogens).
||[marked-for-deletion] Not a new invention.