Originally Posted by Muscrat
The onion idea is interesting.
Take some onions, chop them up in large pieces and throw them in periodically, Right?
Will this work on an offset style cooker?
I just use the ends and skin from when I peel and chop onions. You could take a whole one and quarter it too. I like to put them around the edge of the coals where they will slowly burn and smolder. I've read where mobile food trucks, vendors, around here put some in the grills, pits etc even if there isn't any meat inside, just for the smell. It's REALLY good! I can see how it would attract people. It's not so much a smoke smell, but an aromatic.
Originally Posted by Gore
I'm definitely been buying the wrong brand of onions. I never saw fireworks when I sliced into them before.
These were very potent onions. They make your eyes water via the comp screen and cause you to see fireworks!
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