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The Wet Chuck Approach: For that moist and flavorful smoke, soak wood chucks in water for at least 30 minutes. Drain chunks, and place 3 to 4 pieces directly over the hottest area of your cooker or directly onto hot coals. Move lit wood chunks to edges as needed to create smoldering. The Dry Chunk Approach: For a steady slow release smoke, try the dry chunk method of placing 3 to 4 pieces directly onto the fire or heat source. Allow the wood chunks to ignite, them using tongs move them to the edges as needed, allowing the wood chunks to smolder without flaming up. Cooking Tips: Experiment soaking your chunks 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 as possible sealed in to help flavor your food. A water bottle on hand is a great way to control flareups and add moisture to your food while cooking. You can use wood chunks in place of charcoal when grilling or smoking for that real wood cooking experience. Simply stack, burn and spread hot coals. When using wood chunks as a primary heat source, always plan to have extra on hand for longer cook times.
Description549 cu in (9 l). Taste the flavor. 100% natural. Texas style. Competition grade. For gas, charcoal & electric grills & smokers. 100% natural hickory wood. Environmentally friendly. Pecan wood offers a mild flavor and often burns cooler than other cooking woods. A superior cooking wood with a fantastic aroma, pecan is an all around favorite. Slow cooking foods with a pecan wood is recipe for an unforgettable meal. For use in all gas, charcoal & electric grills & smokers.
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WarningsThis 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 know to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection.