Add smokey flavor without the fire

06/6/2013 | NBC News

Chef Tim Byres of SMOKE restaurant in Dallas said it's simple to add smokey flavor to food and beverages without starting a fire. To add a smokey zip to drinks, Byres uses a "sun tea" method by putting small maple or cedar wood planks in jars with bourbon or whiskey and letting it stew. Byres then adds the concoction to sweet cocktails like margaritas.

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