For me, the smoky brilliance of a good barbecue can’t be beat. The way the smoke flavor seems to permeate every part of the meat is, in my opinion, the closest thing we have to food magic. Throw a piece of meat in a smoker with some select wood choices, wait a few hours, and suddenly you have something rich, complex, and bursting with smoky flavors.

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However, if you’re an apartment dweller, you probably don’t have a bulky smoker, or even a grill (a smokeless one won’t work), with which to impart that flavor—but there are a few DIY… more

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