Smoking Wood/Logs for BBQ 3kg
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When compared to charcoal, cooking wood offers a better flavor.
Don’t assume that charcoal is the best type of fuel for grilling. While you can always grill delicious meats and veggies using charcoal, cooking wood offers several key advantages. Whether you want to add a couple cooking chunks to your charcoal or grill with nothing but wood, you can have a great experience when you use the right kind of wood.
Yes, You Can Mix Cooking Wood with Charcoal
One of the most popular ways today is to grill or smoke food over a mix of charcoal and wood. Charcoal works as the heat source, and then you add a few cooking wood chunks to the grill just before adding the meat. Just a few pieces of wood can make a big difference in flavor when you cook meat, veggies, bread, or cheese.
Available in Apple, Almond and Orange
Apple – Mild and fruity, apple wood complements pork really well.
Orange is a mild wood that produces a good, smoky flavor. It's a good wood for any meat. Orange is great for poultry and pork. This wood is similar to hickory but is sweeter and milder in flavor.
Almond – For a light, slightly nutty flavor, try smoking with almond wood. It makes for a nice flavor addition to seafood and poultry but is suitable for use with all types of meat. ... It offers a sweet, fruity smoke that can give a slightly rosy hue to fish and chicken but is great when used with any type of meat.
For the gourmet chef!
Imported from America
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