Trekkiedane, thanks for the tip. Unfortunately I have no parking lot only a subterranean garage with a very sensitive fire alarm system. (I live in one of a row of penthouses on top of a shopping mall - it's like a small village on the roof).
That sounds great
I could maybe do it on my terrace, but I'd hav eto give the neighbours a warning. /.../
It's interesting that you use wet hay to smoke things. We use sawdust from different trees. Beech and juniper are best.
If dry it catches fire, so you give it a dip in a bucket of water and it is perfect for smoking, it is used Here on Fyn
to smoke a (very) fresh cheesy thing called rygeost ~smoke-cheese
. Some are particular about it and harvest stinging-nettles for this
A friend has an allotment kinda garden-place with a house where she lives half the year, when I call on her there she likes me to bring something we can either grill or smoke -and, yes, some sawdust