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Cameron Smoke Recipe Collection

£18.00
Product Features:
  • Contains 200 recipes
  • New and fun ideas to try
  • Designed to accompany Cameron’s stovetop smoker
  • High-quality, spiral-bound book
  • Clear, easy-to-follow recipes
 
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If you enjoy trying something new in the kitchen, the Cameron Smoke Recipe Collection for Stovetop and Gourmet Mini Smokers is definitely a cookbook you'll want to add to your shelves. Containing 200 different recipes to try, this handy guide will help you get the most from your smoker with a whole host of delicious new ideas.

The tradition of smoking food has been around for hundreds of years as a useful way of preserving meat and fish. With the advent of widely available refrigeration, the technique fell slightly out of favour for quite some time, but it has recently found new popularity. Many top chefs and restaurants have contributed to this trend, demonstrating to a new generation that smoking food is practical and can have a very beneficial effect on flavour.

The practice of smoking meat and fish has been traditionally associated with Scandinavian countries, with Scotland also known for producing large quantities of smoked fish. Smoked salmon has long been regarded as a luxurious treat, but there are plenty of other foods that can also benefit from the smoking treatment. Using a home smoker such as the Cameron Stovetop or Gourmet Mini Smoker is an easy way to create deliciously different food in the comfort of your own kitchen. Different types of woodchips can be used, including hickory and applewood, alongside other ingredients such as dried tea, to create aromatic smoke that imparts both a deliciously appetising smell and an appealing taste.

The Cameron Smoke Recipe Collection for Stovetop and Gourmet Mini Smokers has been designed to be used alongside Cameron’s popular range of home smokers, although any fan of home smoking will appreciate the recipes contained within its pages. The extensive collection of 200 mouth-watering recipes has been carefully put together over the last decade and offers a great insight into the many and varied dishes that can be created using a home smoker. Delicious smoked tomatoes make the perfect tangy base for a tasty pasta sauce, whilst chicken, pork, beef and fish can also benefit from the smoking treatment. You can even create a quirky twist on an old favourite by having a go at smoking some cheese!

This fantastic collection of recipes is one that no home smoking aficionado should be without.

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