Definition of Smoke-cured
1. Adjective. (used especially of meats and fish) dried and cured by hanging in wood smoke.
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Literary usage of Smoke-cured
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1. The Rubber Industry of the Amazon and how Its Supremacy Can be Maintained by Joseph Froude Woodroffe, Harold Hamel Smith (1916)
"The higher price of hard Para," they added, " has been attributed to the fact that the rubber is smoke-cured, and this has caused a considerable increase in ..."
2. Leather Manufacture: A Practical Handbook of Tanning, Currying, and Chrome by Alexander Watt (1906)
"... was in reality the skin or hide of the slaughtered animal merely dried in the sun or smoke-cured, and not what we understand by the term leather. ..."
3. Tobacco Leaf, Its Culture and Cure, Marketing and Manufacture: A Practical by Joseph Buckner Killebrew, Herbert Myrick (1897)
"It has long been known that fire and smoke cured tobacco will withstand an ocean voyage, and go through the sweat, or fermentation, much better than tobacco ..."