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- n. The wood of the apple tree.
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- n. wood of any of various apple trees of the genus Malus.
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- n. wood of any of various apple trees of the genus Malus
Breakfast will feature "real" ingredients, too, such as applewood smoked bacon and fresh eggs.
Breakfast will feature "real" ingredients too, such as applewood smoked bacon and fresh eggs.
For a tasty wood smoke flavor, wood chips of a number of kinds, such as applewood, hickory, maple, or alder can be found for barbecuing or smoking food.
Its sole reason for being is to "Quickly and effortlessly infuse foods and drinks with natural smoky flavors such as applewood or hickory without the extra heat.
This bad-boy has smoked applewood bacon … come DJ, you have to give it a shot!
I take out my right ear bud when the server brings me my usual: scrambled eggs, shredded hash browns, applewood bacon, four triangles of wheat toast, two pats of grape jelly.
The Traeger won the chicken-breast competition in part due to the subtle applewood flavoring it imparted.
Pellets are made of only wood and come in flavors such as applewood, mesquite and hickory; they cost $1 a pound, which Traeger says lasts an hour.
We used Traeger applewood pellets in the pellet grill and Wicked Good brand coals in the Weber.
The pellet-cooked breasts were just a little more moist than the charcoal-grilled ones, tasters said, with a very slight taste of applewood smoke.
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