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Old 06-13-2006, 09:56 AM   #1
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Thiis weeks project

I’m making Canadian and Pea meal bacon. It will brine for a couple of days and I will be smoking it Friday.
So anyone in the neighborhood let me know if you want samples.


We are also doing strawberry Jam, if the berries are in a the farmers market.
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the canadian part sounds good, but what the heck is pea mole? sounds like something my dog likes to hunt for.
Pea meal bacon is a pork loin that is cured but not smoked. After it is cured it is rolled in cornmeal/peameal and then sliced and fried with some butter. Its good for breakfast or on a sammy with lectuce and mayo. It's found up north in Ontario.
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I made some pea meal bacon a while back, it was very good fried or cold on a sandwich.
What is the difference between the pea meal and the Canadian as far as cooking, I thought they were pretty much the same?


I think Puff is in the neighborhood, what do you think Dog man? 8-[
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I made some pea meal bacon a while back, it was very good fried or cold on a sandwich.
What is the difference between the pea meal and the Canadian as far as cooking, I thought they were pretty much the same?


I think Puff is in the neighborhood, what do you think Dog man? 8-[
The pea meal is just cured and not cooked. Whereas the Canadian bacon is cooked during the smoking process. Much like smoked Polish Sausage. I like to fry the Canadian bacon in butter and have it on top of a bagel with cream cheese.
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I made some pea meal bacon a while back, it was very good fried or cold on a sandwich.
What is the difference between the pea meal and the Canadian as far as cooking, I thought they were pretty much the same?


I think Puff is in the neighborhood, what do you think Dog man? 8-[
The pea meal is just cured and not cooked. Whereas the Canadian bacon is cooked during the smoking process. Much like smoked Polish Sausage. I like to fry the Canadian bacon in butter and have it on top of a bagel with cream cheese.
The pea meal I made was cured and cooked, I think either Pigs on the wing or Oompappy made it that way.
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I made some pea meal bacon a while back, it was very good fried or cold on a sandwich.
What is the difference between the pea meal and the Canadian as far as cooking, I thought they were pretty much the same?


I think Puff is in the neighborhood, what do you think Dog man? 8-[
The pea meal is just cured and not cooked. Whereas the Canadian bacon is cooked during the smoking process. Much like smoked Polish Sausage. I like to fry the Canadian bacon in butter and have it on top of a bagel with cream cheese.
The pea meal I made was cured and cooked, I think either Pigs on the wing or Oompappy made it that way.
Oopappy is a combination of pea meal and Canadian Bacon and I might try doing some that way.
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I made some pea meal bacon a while back, it was very good fried or cold on a sandwich.
What is the difference between the pea meal and the Canadian as far as cooking, I thought they were pretty much the same?


I think Puff is in the neighborhood, what do you think Dog man? 8-[
The pea meal is just cured and not cooked. Whereas the Canadian bacon is cooked during the smoking process. Much like smoked Polish Sausage. I like to fry the Canadian bacon in butter and have it on top of a bagel with cream cheese.
The pea meal I made was cured and cooked, I think either Pigs on the wing or Oompappy made it that way.
Oopappy is a combination of pea meal and Canadian Bacon and I might try doing some that way.
So to make just Canadian Bacon, how would I go about that?
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I made some pea meal bacon a while back, it was very good fried or cold on a sandwich.
What is the difference between the pea meal and the Canadian as far as cooking, I thought they were pretty much the same?


I think Puff is in the neighborhood, what do you think Dog man? 8-[
The pea meal is just cured and not cooked. Whereas the Canadian bacon is cooked during the smoking process. Much like smoked Polish Sausage. I like to fry the Canadian bacon in butter and have it on top of a bagel with cream cheese.
The pea meal I made was cured and cooked, I think either Pigs on the wing or Oompappy made it that way.
http://www.myfreebulletinboard.com/f2/v ... orum=bbq4u
I posted the recipe in the Pork section but if you smoke it that low you need to use the nitrates. IMHO you need to use the nitrates to get a "traditional canadian bacon" taste. The nitrates do change the flavor of the finished product.
The recipe is posted in the pork section. Put you need nitrates If you are going to smoke it at that low of a temp.
Oopappy is a combination of pea meal and Canadian Bacon and I might try doing some that way.
So to make just Canadian Bacon, how would I go about that?
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Originally Posted by Puff":ssehlkev]I made some pea meal bacon a while back, it was very good fried or cold on a sandwich.
What is the difference between the pea meal and the Canadian as far as cooking, I thought they were pretty much the same?


I think Puff is in the neighborhood, what do you think Dog man? 8-[[/quote]
The pea meal is just cured and not cooked. Whereas the Canadian bacon is cooked during the smoking process. Much like smoked Polish Sausage. I like to fry the Canadian bacon in butter and have it on top of a bagel with cream cheese.[/quote]
The pea meal I made was cured and cooked, I think either Pigs on the wing or Oompappy made it that way.[/quote]
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I posted the recipe in the Pork section but if you smoke it that low you need to use the nitrates. IMHO you need to use the nitrates to get a "traditional canadian bacon" taste. The nitrates do change the flavor of the finished product.
The recipe is posted in the pork section. Put you need nitrates If you are going to smoke it at that low of a temp.
Oopappy is a combination of pea meal and Canadian Bacon and I might try doing some that way.
So to make just Canadian Bacon, how would I go about that?
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