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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.

    Deep in the Woods of Alphabet City

  • 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.

    Deep in the Woods of Alphabet City

  • Sweet-scented herbs had been strewn and a low fire made with apple-wood burned in the hearth.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • Experimenting with the big masonry oven burning apple-wood and oak, she made blueberry muffins, chocolate cones and the bread.

    In Mich., An Acclaimed Local Restaurant Closes

  • 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.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • 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.

    BREAKFAST SANDWICH!

  • 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.

    Soul of the Fire

  • On the hearth a bright fire of dry lichened apple-wood was burning, for winter was drawing on.

    Funeral Games

  • 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.

    The Lord of the Rings

  • Ken did find wood -- not in the woodshed, but strewing the orchard grass; hard old apple-wood, gray and tough.

    The Happy Venture

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