Where's the smoke?
Smoking is the process of flavoring, cooking, or preserving food by exposing it to the smoke from
burning or smoldering plant materials, most often wood.
Meats and fish are the most common smoked foods, though cheeses,
nuts and vegetables are commonly smoked.
But wait, there's more. Did you know that
you don't need an elaborate smoker to smoke
and flavor your favorite meats, fish, nuts
and cheese? It's true. Learn the smoking food basics to get yourself up and running.
This site isn't about elaborate, smoking food for preservation. This smoking some up site is all about taste and getting there
as quickly as possible, with or without a smoker.
When correctly smoking food- if you're looking, you aren't smoking. Learn the basics on how to properly
smoke your food. You'll be surprised how easy it is to enjoy the full flavor of smoke to your favorite meats, fish
cheese and nuts.
- Learn The Basics Smoking Food
If you're looking, you aren't smoking. Learn the basics on how to properly smoke your food. You'll be surprised
how easy it is to enjoy the full flavor of smoke to your favorite meats and fish
- Smoking Food On A Charcoal Grill August 2, 2011
There's nothing better than flavoring your favorite food with wood in a smoker or on the grill.
Learn how to smoke food using the direct and
- What Is Smoking Food All About?
The origins of smoking were as a way of preserving food in the days before canning and refrigeration
and there are three steps in the process. Learn the difference between hot and cold smoking.