Build A Smokehouse

A Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin


In recent years dozens of commercial smokers have appeared on the market, most of them expensive, hard to clean, and none of them more efficient than a homemade smoker. If you want a know how to make everything from a hot smoke pit, simple smoke box or a strong, tight smokehouse that will endure for decades, Build a Smokehouse has the instructions, illustrations and materials lists to get the job done. Save money and create superbly flavored foods by smoking your own poultry, beef, sausages, wild game or seafood. Smoking mellows and enriches the flavor as well as preserves meat – this booklet has four projects to build your own smokehouse and get started.

Copyright 1981, softcover, 32 pages.

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