Chef Tom brings you his favorite technique for How to Cold Smoke Cheese on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill. This technique can be transferred to lots of other grills (Kamado Joe, Napoleon Gas Grill, Weber Kettle), and works just as well on cheese as it does on cured salmon, nuts and even fruits. Get creative!
Just when you thought the deviled egg could not get any better, we’re adding two game changers. Smoke and bacon. Check out these Smoked Deviled Eggs prepared entirely on the Yoder Smokers YS640 Pellet Grill!
Check out this smoky spin on one of our favorite French classics. This Smoked Duck Confit, cold smoked and cooked on the Yoder Smokers Pellet Grill, has an incredibly velvety texture and wonderful salty herbaceous flavor!
Here in Kansas, it seems that Fall needs a little coaxing. The cooler weather and changing leaves are taking their time arriving, but we’re not waiting any longer. It’s soup season! We’re combining two of our favorite things, beer and cheese, to make a creamy, delicious, gonna-eat-it-even-though-it’s-still-warm-outside soup!
If you're looking for fun and creative ways to use your pellet smoker, this is a really cool one. We saw this over on TastingTable's website and had to give it a try ourselves. The Italian delicacy bottarga, is made of salted, cured fish roe, most often of the grey mullet which is found along coastlines. Of course, here in the middle of America, there is no egg more accessible than the chicken egg, so the choice to cure the yolk for the same effect makes total sense to us. The process is lengthy, though uncomplicated. It's a really fun little experiment that yields a new smoky, salty condiment to top your pasta, salads or breakfast dishes.