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Garden Smoke Emitting Thing that Smells of Barbecue

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In the summer, briefly, it is more often than not a pleasant experience to walk down the road and smell the smell of barbecues. Even if you can't see them due to the fence, you know they're having a barbecue, and it seems a good thing, although sometimes brave. Rarely if ever does it create a negative sentiment for others.

This is a thing that emits barbecue smell and smoke, and is cheaper than having an actual barbecue. In fact, you don't even have to be in. It just cheers other people up and gives the impression that you actually do things.

Ian Tindale, Oct 28 2016

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In 2007, Guinness World Records certified that the Ghost pepper was the world's hottest chili pepper, 400 times hotter than Tabasco sauce. The Ghost chili is rated at more than 1 million Scoville heat units (SHUs). [8th of 7, Oct 28 2016]

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       Will the odour gradually change over time, from partially combusted cheap barbecue lighter fluid to burnt chicken?
hippo, Oct 28 2016
  

       Which came first?
Ian Tindale, Oct 28 2016
  

       This is entirely Bakeable, using a regular theatrical smoke machine, standard smoke oil, and appropriate food flavourings.
8th of 7, Oct 28 2016
  

       [+].   

       But [blissmiss] won't like the title. How about "ghost barbecue"?
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 28 2016
  

       I was going to go with 'thing'.
Ian Tindale, Oct 28 2016
  

       And yet you didn't?
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 28 2016
  

       // "ghost barbecue" //   

       That is laden with ambiguity. It could be "A device for the outdoor cooking of ghosts". It could refer to the "spiritual essence" of a previous outdoor cooking event. It could imply a form of impromptu culinary sèance, to which souls of the departed are invited. Or it could be a small, specialized grill intended specifically for the preparation by roasting over charcoal of the infamous Ghost Chillies <link>.   

       So much pedantry, so little time ...
8th of 7, Oct 28 2016
  

       How do you know, have you measured it?
Ian Tindale, Oct 28 2016
  

       To the attosecond ...
8th of 7, Oct 28 2016
  

       Hate BBQ smoke. Cough cough cough. Burnt tasteless meat cough Cough,
po, Oct 28 2016
  

       The trick, [po], is not to stand either on or directly downwind of the barbecue.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 28 2016
  

       Periodically some hair or fur could be added to the burn chamber, so those people walking down the road wonder a little.
bungston, Oct 28 2016
  

       //Hate BBQ smoke. Cough cough cough. Burnt tasteless meat cough Cough.//   

       Nothing beats half-cooked meat with the great smell of lighter fluid.   

       I couldn't stand artificial smoke flavours as used by Burger King. For some reason they added the hint of lighter fluid to chicory to make it authentic, or at least thats how it tasted.   

       I'm now eating meat again once a month on the grounds of becoming pale and sickly.
bigsleep, Oct 28 2016
  

       They have a cure for that. It's called Panera Bread...
RayfordSteele, Oct 28 2016
  

       You could accomplish this by putting a piece of meat on a metal grill and heating it with burning charcoal. It's a little more work, but then you could get a meal out of it too.
Voice, Oct 30 2016
  

       That's clever, you should post that.
8th of 7, Oct 30 2016
  

       See? Here's a kosher idea
pashute, Oct 30 2016
  
      
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