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Old 02-09-2018, 08:30 AM   #1
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Going for Buckbaord bacon next. what flavor does Juniper berry's impart ?
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Old 02-09-2018, 08:56 AM   #2
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Great answer
Should go well with Northren nuggets
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I love Juniper berries, sun dried makes some great snackin'
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It's probably because I live in the Rockies, and have evergreens in my yards, and usually burn pine when camping.... I don't care for juniper (although I do have an occasional gin martini), and I can't stand cedar planked salmon (I opt for apple planks) or any other pine flavor on food. I even substitute walnuts for pine nuts in my pesto.

Speaking of Buckboard... Today, I'll be doing the soak-out and overnight rest on 14# of Buckboarded loins, and smoking them tomorrow. I sprinkled them with black pepper and roasted garlic powder before adding the cure, and will re-apply black pepper after the soak-out.

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Never have tried them so I'll be interested to see what you think of the flavor.

Like thirdeye I don't use a conifer wood for plank fish. My go to wood is hard maple.
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Never have tried them so I'll be interested to see what you think of the flavor.

Like thirdeye I don't use a conifer wood for plank fish. My go to wood is hard maple.
I avoid them. It's been my experience that, just like gin, you love the flavor or you hate it.
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never had gin. think I well keep it simple.if its good why fark with it.
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