Looking for some other uses for Liquid Smoke other than BBQ sauce.
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Try it as part of a marinade. Here's one you could add it to: http://bit.ly/c8QihL
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Grilled artichokes if you are not actually using wood.
Oven roasted pig, Hawaiian style (kalua). Without the imu pit.
I meant to include that you can also "kalua" other meats like chicken or turkey using liquid smoke.
I add liquid smoke to everything and anything to add a little hint of smokiness! Dips, quesadillas, macaroni...
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