Bbq Smoking wood

Bbq Smoking wood with shipping - It's 4th of July and it is a great time to have out your Bbq smoker and gather your friends and family around. Some of the favorites vegetables to grill today happen to be corn on the cob. There is nothing like sweet corn on the cob on the grill and one of the popular smoking wood options is Pecan wood. Since the corn is not going to be on the grill long, mesquite wood is a option but it will give it quite a hefty BBQ aroma. 

BBQ smoking wood

Another popular grilled item in America is hot dogs. Most people use charcoal on this type of occasion but its always a plus to throw on a couple hickory wood chunks to spice up the flavor. Some of our customers have told us that just Hickory wood or Mesquite wood can absolutely liven up their burgers on the grill. They have mentioned they won't go back to their old ways. It's really amazing what a wood fired grill can do to some of the simplest cooking and smoking. Some other great grilled vegetables are zucchini and squash. Since it is summer we can all take advantage of garden fresh vegetables and having them wood fired can bring out some spectacular flavor. 

bbq smoking wood

 

Often on national holidays we find ourselves cooking and smoking for a lot of people and have the grill going for quite a long time. The standard American charcoal briquettes are not going to do it. They are cheaply made, full of chemicals and only last a few hours. Then you will be stuck making new charcoal right in the middle of cooking. This is why you need to be using Mexican Lump Charcoal since it burns a very long time and keeps a stable heat temperature. Whether you are using a BBQ smoker or your grill, if you do it right the first time then you won't find yourself with mediocre charcoal fizzling out in the middle of your cooking. The mexican charcoal we have imported from mexico is the hottest natural lump charcoal available. 

If you will be smoking meat in your BBQ smoker, there are some various smoking wood for sale options that will work well all your cooking and smoking. The first option I would suggest is Pecan wood because it is not overpowering and has a light aftertaste. I think it is the one go to wood when I am smoking meat, seafood and vegetables. 

bbq smoking wood


Kyle Upchurch
Kyle Upchurch

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GrowOKC is a Professsional Organic Horticulture Company. We have pinion wood, organic products, smoking wood pellets and cooking wood chips. #growokc



3 Comments

Owner
Owner

November 09, 2014

Jeff in Tennessee -

I really like using a water pan and it definitely keeps moisture in your cooking chamber. Try it once and see how you like it.

Jeff - Tennessee
Jeff - Tennessee

November 09, 2014

Hi,

Using smoking wood with meat, do you ever use a water pan and does it help? thanks

Karen
Karen

July 04, 2014

Great advice on how to use the bbq grill and smoker. We have gotten tired of just using charcoal, thanks for the advice with hickory wood and mesquite wood. We will order from you!

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