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“Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal A cocktail infused with apple-wood smoke The bar definitely has a country vibe, with antique wood and light fixtures salvaged from a local school's dumpster throughout, and bluegrass and country music playing in the background.”
“Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal At the Wayland Remove the sifter from over the Wayland's moonshine drink, the Old Back Woods (I Hear Banjos) ($11), and apple-wood smoke—yes, actual smoke—diffuses into the air, transporting drinkers from the bar in Alphabet City to a country cabin with a wood stove.”
“Sweet-scented herbs had been strewn and a low fire made with apple-wood burned in the hearth.”
“Experimenting with the big masonry oven burning apple-wood and oak, she made blueberry muffins, chocolate cones and the bread.”
“Delicious Chicago ribs, smoked in apple-wood burners and cooked in authentic ovens will be served with American beers, as well as an array of classic burgers and the delicious onion loaf.”
“Our eggs are fried not nuked or some other rubbery process, our croissants fresh, and our thick cut bacon is apple-wood smoked/apple cider cured for amazing flavors.”
“He took a deep breath of the sweet-smelling night, the aromas of roasting meat wafting out through open windows, and the clean smell of the apple-wood pile.”
“On the hearth a bright fire of dry lichened apple-wood was burning, for winter was drawing on.”
“There was a fire in the wide hearth before them, and it was burning with a sweet smell, as if it were built of apple-wood.”
“Ken did find wood -- not in the woodshed, but strewing the orchard grass; hard old apple-wood, gray and tough.”
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