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    Nope, no camp fire. I want to try cold smoking seafood with a cigar too, any thoughts? I might do a practice run today and tomorrow and report back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by agp View Post
    Nope, no camp fire. I want to try cold smoking seafood with a cigar too, any thoughts? I might do a practice run today and tomorrow and report back...
    I dunno, I think it might end up tasting like an ashtray. What kind of cigar? Tobacco is poisonous.
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    I dunno, I think it might end up tasting like an ashtray. What kind of cigar? Tobacco is poisonous.
    This.

    You could cold smoke with as little as some wood chips in a foil pouch. If you have flame enough to light a cigar, you have enough for this.

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    It's just wood chips do not come in the form of a stick that I can stick into whatever container I have. I was thinking of a ceviche in a coconut shell, so if I smoke that ceviche/fish I would need something in a shape that I can work with.

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    You, being a cigar smoker might not realize this, but cigar smoke really stinks.

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    Besides plating in a half coconut shelf, are there any other creative ways to plate ceviche without a bowl?

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    Just thinking out loud here:

    Rice stick noodles will hydrate in warm water.
    Dry salami doesn't need refrigeration.

    Perhaps a pasta salad of sorts?
    Throw in some onion, celery, carrot, bell pepper and toss with a dressing of your choice.
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    How about some Cheese dip and some pretoasted baguette topped with whatever you like for bruschetta. Did some balsamic strawberries and goatcheese last weekend that was good.

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    Love the prep, though very little time in the citrus. Always a tough call....some fish needs a good amount of time, some no more than the time it takes to stir the bowl.

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