Wood Chips, Smoking, Apple, Texas Style
180 cu in (2.94 l) 100% natural apple wood. Taste the flavor. Better burning. Competition grade. For gas, charcoal & electric grills & smokers. Apple wood is known for a sweet-fruity smoke, usually a hint of sweetness in the flavor. The most recognized of the fruit woods for its distinct, mellow flavor. Cook slower with apple wood to really let the flavors permeate the food. This product has been KILN dried under USDA Protocol T-314-C. Heat treated to minimum interior temperature of 160 degrees for 90 minutes. Meets Florida 58-65 FAC - Compliance Agreement. bbcharcoalproducts.com. Scan for product info! Find us on Facebook. YouTube. Instagram. Pinterest. Questions & Comments? 1-855-Bbqcoal. bbcharcoalproducts.com. Made in the USA. Product of USA.
Contains: This product can expose you to chemicals including carbon monoxide and wood dust, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protections. Caution-Flammable: Be very careful when starting any fire. Keep hot grills and cookers out of reach from children and pets. Never leave any fire unattended. When storing cooking woods, keep them in a dry area away from fire and open flame. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District Warning: Use of this and other solid fuels may be restricted at times by law. Please check 1-877-4No-Burn or www.8774noburn.org before burning.
The Wet Chip Approach: For the moist flavor, soak wood chips in water for at least 30 minutes. Drains chips, and using a foil pouch with holes or smoker tray, place directly over the hottest area of your cooker. Have extras on hand for longer cook times. The Dry Chip Approach: For a steady slow release smoke, try the dry chip method of placing chips loosely around the edge of your fire or near your heat source. The heat will allow the chips to slowly smolder. For a more intense smoke, place chips directly onto heat source and add chips as needed. Cooking Tips: Experiment soaking your chips with a beer, wine or fruit juice instead of water to give your flavors more complexity. Don't open your cooker! The flavor is in the smoke so you want to keep as much smoke as possible sealed into help flavor your food. A water bottle on hand is a great way to control flareups and add moisture to your food while cooking.
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