Definition of smokehouse
: a building where meat or fish is cured by means of dense smoke
Examples of smokehouse in a Sentence
Hams hung from the rafters of the smokehouse.
Recent Examples of smokehouse from the Web
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.
The Wethersfield Fire Department firetruck and smokehouse will be there.
Melee barbecue sauce is used with the smokehouse burger, baby back ribs and BBQ pulled pork and pulled pork slider.
But country music – a genre for which a smokehouse in a town known for its agricultural history cries out –
But country music – a genre for which a smokehouse in a town known for its agricultural history cries out – accompanied a subsequent visit.
Tasty sandwiches, smokehouse and barbeque specialties, all-day breakfast fare, country-chic decor and most importantly, the realization of Lasky's true hope for the place, 'Fostering Community Around the Table.'
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First Known Use of smokehouse
SMOKEHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
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
SMOKEHOUSE Defined for Kids
Definition of smokehouse for Students
: a building where meat or fish is smoked
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