Smoked meat tastes absolutely delightful, when done well it’s sweet, juicy and packs that wonderful flavour that only smoke can give.
Most home cooks have never had a go at smoking food themselves. That’s probably because it seems like a lot of work and also something that you need specialist equipment for, however, this food infographic proves otherwise.
Created by Northshore Fireplace, it shows you how to smoke meats on charcoal and gas grills, something that many people have and use all the time at home.
The infographic also explains some of the different woods to use when smoking with some pairing tips on what woods smoke well with certain meats.
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