Except for the meat, good smoke is the most important ingredient in your BBQ. We give you tips to get good smelling smoke on your bbq using charcoal and wood and avoid some of the common mistakes new pitmasters make. You'll end up with great tasting Barbecue and an amazing smoke ring to prove it. These tips work great with the Slow 'N Sear® on the Weber Kettle, but the principles work on any smoker. I recently made a tri-tip for some friends and they wanted to know what I put on the meat. It was dry brined, with a simple rub, but the smoke is what made it amazing. They couldn't believe it!
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