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Virginia chef Jason Alley uses wood chips and a stovetop smoker to add subtle flavor to foods. “You can really taste the individual wood, like hickory or apple, without covering up the flavor of the thing you're smoking,” he says. The technique is perfect for home cooks who may not have the space for conventional smoking gear. From $33; cameronscookware.com.