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smokehouse

[′smōk‚hau̇s]
(food engineering)
A building with cabinets generally built of sanitary stainless steel with excellent temperature and humidity control, in which volatilization and redeposition on food of certain components of hardwoods from burning of hardwood sawdust are accomplished.

smokehouse

An enclosed outbuilding in which meat or fish is cured with smoke to preserve it; usually has a vent, a single door, and no windows, walls typically constructed of boards, brick, logs, or stone, often with a gabled or pyramidal roof.
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The whole Smith's Dock site is being transformed under a multimillion-pound project and the Smokehouses are just one part of it.
Nugzilla joins other gut-busting Epic Specials on the Rub Smokehouse menu, like the Donut and Waffle Burger Love Child and Pizza in a Burger in a Pizza.
With the waft of oak smoke all around, the temptation to head straight to the smokehouse shop was defeated by a three-year-old able to sniff out the nearby play park in an instant.
If you don't want to build a real smokehouse - at least not until you get some experience with smoking - here's an alternative.
plus a lovely double bedroom Nine The Smokehouses, Smiths Dock, North Shields, is available for rent through Sanderson Young for PS650pcm, tel: 0191 213 2533 for further information.
The Smokehouses will have a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom homes, with prices from PS125,000.
In fact, when West Country Smokehouses went on to connect steam to an exiting Kiln, Jeff Peters again took advice from TLV and used direct steam from the electric boiler with the same combination of COSPECT pressure reducing valve and steam traps.
Smokehouse one on the left and Smokehouse two on the right.
The Smokehouses, designed by Simpson Haugh, will include one, two and three-bed properties and will be ready for occupation from early next year.