The 'Smoking Gun' Adds Smoky Flavors to Food

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Aug 9, 2010 • References: williams-sonoma & woohome
The battery-operated Smoking Gun quickly infuses foods and drinks with natural smoky flavors. The tool doesn't add heat to the dish, but does add flavors like applewood or hickory, and it can add a smoky flavor to foods before or after they are cooked.

Because the Smoking Gun doesn't add heat to food, it can even be used on delicate fruits and vegetables without changing their textures. Wood shavings are inserted into an opening in the device, where they are heated. Smoky flavor is then expelled through the barrel to whatever it is aimed at. Stats for Flavor-Infusing Weaponry Trending: Older & Chilly
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