Smoking with the "Griz" aka hawgrider.

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Smoking with the "Griz" aka hawgrider.

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    Smoking with the "Griz" aka hawgrider.

    Smoked some Hungarian hot wax peppers. After I pour the smoke to them for 4 or 5 hours I will finish drying them in the dehydrator then grind them into a powder for using on everything from eggs to soups.







    Into the dehydrator. Used hickory this time.








    Here they are dried.




    Break them up and put them in a coffee bean grinder.





    Grind them up.




    Finished product from just one tray of peppers.

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    Excellent, I can smell the aroma all the way here at Slippy Lodge. We've canned a bunch of peppers this year but never have dried them and ground them. Good idea Hawg
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    We have some pickled Hungarian peppers the wife canned last year.they are getting better and better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Excellent, I can smell the aroma all the way here at Slippy Lodge. We've canned a bunch of peppers this year but never have dried them and ground them. Good idea Hawg
    Ya gotta try it Slippy. The powders are the bomb. The flavors are great mild to hot what kind of peppers up to you.
    Ive still got some Tabasco peppers on the bush waiting for them to turn red and they will be next. I normally use Jalapeno but tried the Hungarian this time and they are perfect. Nice amount of heat good flavor without a head sweat afterwards. The Tabascos will be a first. I'm excited to see how they turn out I love Tabasco sauce so the powder should be good I hope.
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    Griz is not a popular nickname far as I know. You didn't work in wi. in the mid 70's at whitehall pack did you. If not disregard. Never know when or where you'll meet someone from the past. Maybe I should have PM'd. Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1skrewsloose View Post
    Griz is not a popular nickname far as I know. You didn't work in wi. in the mid 70's at whitehall pack did you. If not disregard. Never know when or where you'll meet someone from the past. Maybe I should have PM'd. Sorry.
    No sir. Lived in the very northern tip of Wisconsin worked in Brule, Washburn, Bayfield in the mid to late 70's

    My kids call me "The Griz" Or they often say " We're cooking with the Griz"
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    Nice, now I am hungry.
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    Thanks for the reply, one never knows. We used to party no end.!!
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    I am going to try that this weekend. i bet that's great on red beans and rice with hot sausage. What ulcer?????
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    Excellent info Hawg! Does the powder have a good shelf life? The stuff is probably so good that shelf life doesn't matter anyways. Just curious.
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