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Old 09-01-2012, 01:43 AM
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Default Smoking baked goods

Hello there,

I've been experimenting with smoking baked goods using PolyScience's "Smoking Gun". So far I've come up with a mesquite-smoked butterscotch cookie and a snickerdoodle cookie smoked with hickory and applewood and containing candied bacon bits (we're calling it the Bacondoodle).

My brand-new blog, featuring a review of the Smoking Gun and some food-related humor (and soon to feature recipes, experiments, and more) can be found at

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