[ UK /smˈə‍ʊkha‍ʊs/ ]
  1. a small house where smoke is used to cure meat or fish
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How To Use smokehouse In A Sentence

  • The Burren Smokehouse is a traditional smokehouse producing quality oak smoked Irish salmon, trout, mackerel and eel.
  • To start with, it is either salted or brined to extract the moisture, next it is air-dried and then it goes to the smokehouse.
  • A man with a pointy white beard and a ponytail, who resembled a wood imp, hopped from behind the plywood door of the smokehouse.
  • He hunts for coons almost every night and hangs all the skins on the smokehouse for all the passers-by to see.
  • There's a smokehouse and a fresh fish counter, but the restaurant is the star. Times, Sunday Times
  • The highlight of dinner was the smokehouse board of delicious cured meats and devilled whitebait, 17. The Sun
  • I was up at 5:00 or 5:30 going out to the smokehouse for ham, cooking hominy grits, and making biscuits.
  • The ancient art of smoking fish is still thriving in smokehouses around Britain.
  • A flash-roasted oyster appetizer, served on the half shell with bits of excellent smokehouse bacon and a jot of Gruyère cheese, was good enough to win friends in New Orleans, where fancy cooked oyster dishes are serious business.
  • The improvements were a good stone dwelling house, kitchen barn, stable, smokehouse, cornhouse and a stone smith shop. The Journal
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