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Use this very simple trick to create all-new culinary sensations.

Men usually take enormous pride and pleasure in those peaceful moments alone with their grill. Setting it up, watching the wood slowly burn, smelling the mouthwatering aromas, rising up in the air from sizzling steaks and sausages. Nothing quite like it. Except for the bitter fact most men do not have time to grill every single time they crave grilled meat. Enters smoking gun.

This handhled food smoker – an incredibly simple-to-use tool, by the way – was introduced by the brainy men behind Polyscience Culinary, where they stand for innovative culinary technologies. Smoking gun infuses food, like perhaps baby back ribs or brisket, with a savory, wood-fired flavor such as applewood or hickory without any extra heat. All you have to do is fill the Smoking Gun chamber with your choice of combustible, turn it on, light with a match or lighter and apply the smoke where you see fit. The instant smokiness technique can be used right before serving a meal, before or after cooking.

Smoking gun runs on AA batteries and makes your food taste smokin' awesome in a matter of seconds (cca. 92 EUR, available at http://polyscienceculinary.com/).

June 22, 2015 Living photo: Polyscienceculinary

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