How to Care for Your Smoked Specialty Meats

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How to Care for Your Smoked Specialty Meats

   Information   July 11, 2014  Comments Off on How to Care for Your Smoked Specialty Meats

Our smoked specialty meat products are fully cooked and ready to eat. We hope you enjoy our products as much as we enjoy preparing them for you. We use the highest quality of ingredients to make our products. Customer Satisfaction is our No. 1 priority. Your comments are encouraged and always welcome. Please feel free to call me personally with any questions you may have.

All items will last up to 3 weeks in a refrigerator from the time you pick them up from our Shop. It is best to freeze the smoked products if you are not planning to consume them within that time.

Freezing Instructions

Bologna / Bologna with Cheddar / Pork Roll / Hunter’s Log
Cut portions of these products (small amounts you’ll be consuming at a time) and wrap in saran wrap. Put into zip lock freezer bags and freeze until you are ready to enjoy.

Kielbasa / Kielbasa Grillers
Wrap kielbasa and kielbasa grillers in saran wrap and put in freezer zip lock bags. Freeze until you are ready to enjoy.

Smoked Sausage
Using saran wrap, wrap the amount of sausage links you will be enjoying at a meal. Put in a freezer zip lock bag. Freeze until you are ready to enjoy.

Hot Sticks / Hot Sticks with Cheddar
Using saran wrap, wrap the amount of hot sticks you will be consuming at one time. Put inside a freezer zip lock bag and freeze. When you take the sticks out of the freezer, immediately put them inside a paper bag and keep them in the fridge. This item retains much moisture and should not be sealed in a plastic bag when taken out of the freezer.

Hot Dogs / Hot Dogs with Cheddar
Put the hot dogs (keep the casing on for added protection) inside a freezer zip lock bag and freeze until you are ready to eat. Peel casing off before cooking hot dogs.

Pepperoni
Wrap pepperoni links in saran wrap and put inside a freezer zip lock bag. Keep frozen until you are ready to enjoy.

Jerky or Dried Beef
Freeze jerky or dried beef in a freezer zip lock bag. When taken out of the freezer, put in a plastic bag but do not seal. Keep in the refrigerator up to 1 week after taken from freezer.

 

*If you own a vacuum sealing machine, it is not necessary to wrap meat products in saran wrap first. Simply vacuum-pack all meat items and freeze. All meat products will last up to one year, if wrapped properly and put into freezer.

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