Examples of smokehouse in a Sentence
Hams hung from the rafters of the smokehouse.
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Undamaged in the incident were an older cabin, built in the 1930s or 1940s by Thurmond's father, and the family's smokehouse.
A fire in our smokehouse this morning has forced us to close.
Rolling meadows define the property, which also boasts a smokehouse, summer kitchen and stone bank barn and is bordered by Amish farms and Susquehannock State Park.
Both locations sell Italian specialty items and have their own smokehouses on premise, turning out hot dogs, hams and deli cold cuts, fishmongers, bakeries and a butcher window that cuts meats to order.
My grandfather, a bricklayer by trade, fashioned his own smokehouse under the stairwell of a small Chicago bungalow.
Bleh has invested in a new grinder, tripled the size of his smokehouse and bought an expensive hot dog skinner.
Neighbors have come to help Crews’s impoverished family put a year’s worth of meat in their smokehouse.
Residents who have long depended on chinook, or king, salmon to fill drying racks and smokehouses are worried about their food for next winter.
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Definition of smokehouse for English Language Learners
: a building where meat or fish is given flavor and kept from spoiling by the use of smoke
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