The smoking gun - are they kidding?

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The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by Gumb » Thu Dec 12, 2013 6:21 pm

Ok, throw away your smokers. The smoking gun is here.

http://cuisinetechnology.com/the-smoking-gun.php

Is this for real?


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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by Jester » Thu Dec 12, 2013 7:29 pm

I have one, its great for adding a little smoke to sauces and butters. Much better than liquid smoke or smoke powder
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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by titch » Thu Dec 12, 2013 8:19 pm

Gumb wrote:Ok, throw away your smokers. The smoking gun is here.

http://cuisinetechnology.com/the-smoking-gun.php

Is this for real?
Chefs have been using these for a long time.
People that cannot spend the time using genuine smoking cooking techniques, or do not have the knowledge would use these I believe.
Another way to please people with the taste but not use the passion. :wink:
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The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by Gumb » Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:02 pm

titch wrote:
Gumb wrote:Ok, throw away your smokers. The smoking gun is here.

http://cuisinetechnology.com/the-smoking-gun.php

Is this for real?
Chefs have been using these for a long time.
People that cannot spend the time using genuine smoking cooking techniques, or do not have the knowledge would use these I believe.
Another way to please people with the taste but not use the passion. :wink:
But if the meat is already cooked, it wouldn't take up the smoke would it?

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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by titch » Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:06 pm

Gumb wrote:
titch wrote:
Gumb wrote:Ok, throw away your smokers. The smoking gun is here.

http://cuisinetechnology.com/the-smoking-gun.php

Is this for real?
Chefs have been using these for a long time.
People that cannot spend the time using genuine smoking cooking techniques, or do not have the knowledge would use these I believe.
Another way to please people with the taste but not use the passion. :wink:
But if the meat is already cooked, it wouldn't take up the smoke would it?

No Idea. I have never shot my meat after cooking
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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by BBQ&BEERS » Fri Dec 13, 2013 12:41 pm

Smoking Gun Burger Recipe - Burger Lab
http://youtu.be/Z9vdwvu2gt8

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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by Grill Pro Australia » Sat Dec 14, 2013 3:18 pm

BBQ&BEERS wrote:Smoking Gun Burger Recipe - Burger Lab
http://youtu.be/Z9vdwvu2gt8
Fantastic mate, love it!

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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by Card Shark » Sat Dec 14, 2013 8:53 pm

Thankfully mother nature provides the real deal in abundance around here for free. CS

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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by Amfibius » Sun Dec 15, 2013 11:50 pm

If you have ever been to a posh restaurant, you will find that smoked dishes are served under a cloche which is filled with smoke with the smoking gun. When they lift the cloche, the smoke escapes. The food which is left is usually quite delicate and subtly infused with smoke. It is nothing like our BBQ, which is heavily infused with smoke. If you want to try this kind of food, go to these restaurants in Melbourne: Vue de Monde, Grossi Florentino, Attica, and Estelle. Probably go to Estelle, because it is the cheapest :)
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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by Card Shark » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:24 am

Many top restaurants are also starting to use kamado's. Saw a new one recently at Brisbane's Southbank. CS http://www.biggreenegg.eu/cz/gastronomy

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Re: The smoking gun - are they kidding?

Post by Grill Pro Australia » Mon Dec 16, 2013 6:03 pm

Card Shark wrote:Many top restaurants are also starting to use kamado's. Saw a new one recently at Brisbane's Southbank. CS http://www.biggreenegg.eu/cz/gastronomy
How great is this, as I have been saying for a while now that Barbecue will gain great exposure this way.

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