Cooking Firewood for sale

 

 

 

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Cooking Firewood happens to be a staple for our lives. If you go to a restaurant, they are probably cooking your food over a wood fired grill. You may want to ask if they are or not cause the quality depends on it. The better tasting foods you eat at restaurants are going to the extent of bringing you the best - food wood fired. The goal we all have is to bring the great taste of food we have at restaurants to bring it home to our own dinner plate.  Is it possible? Absolutely. They are no secrets in the restaurants. It comes down to food quality and cooking quality. Wood fired food always tastes better.  

We always discourage buying smoking wood and cooking wood from the big box stores. The wood is not fresh. Often the wood is so old that it burns way too quickly. We have many customers coming to us saying they tried some smoking wood from so and so and it didn't turn out well at all.  Just like you want to buy high quality meat, you also much buy high quality cooking firewood. If you want it all to turn out great, do it great from the beginning. Nothing is more disappointing when you've gone to all the work and expense and you realize you've used rotten and lousy cooking wood.  

 

cooking firewood for sale

 

 

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Kyle Upchurch
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4 Comments

Owner
Owner

November 10, 2014

Hi Jerry,

I personally would never use mesquite smoking wood with ribs. Mesquite wood is great for what is on the grill or smoker for a very short time. Fajitas, skirt steak, vegetables etc. BBQ ribs need a long smoke and the mesquite aroma is way too powerful. One of my favorites for BBQ ribs is to use Hickory smoking wood mixed with Pecan smaoking wood. Do a 50/50 mix. You will be very happy with this new smoking wood recipe. Thanks for the question, Jerry and happy smoking!

Jerry - Ohio
Jerry - Ohio

November 10, 2014

Hi,

I have been using mesquite smoking wood on my ribs and it’s not that great. Will you help with a cooking wood recommendation? thank you

Owner
Owner

November 09, 2014

Hi Randy,

That’s a great question. Here’s the thing…. you can choose a cooking wood that GIVES it flavor and aroma or you can use the cooking firewood to bring out the best in the vegetables.

If you want a cooking wood to add flavor then hickory wood is nice. If you want to bring out the flavors of the vegetables and stay fairly neutral then pecan is one I’ve used a lot in this situation.

Great question

Randy - New Jersey
Randy - New Jersey

November 09, 2014

Hi,

I’d like for you to recommend me a good cooking wood for grilling vegetables. thanks a bunch

Randy – New Jersey

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