Smoking Wood

Premium charcoal and wood products to deliver clean burning, real smoke flavor.

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Charcoal Hickory Wood Pellets

21 x 4.000 x 14.500
FLAVOR: Charcoal hickory wood pellets for robust blend with sweet, smoky, char-grilled flavor COOK TIME: Wood chips smoke quickly and are easy to manage, making them great for short cooks like fish, poultry and smaller cuts of meat
$13.99 $12.59 SAVE 10%

Charcoal Competition Blend Wood Pellets

21 x 4.000 x 14.500
FLAVOR: Charcoal competition wood pellets, a robust blend of hickory, cherry and maple wood, for strong, sweet, smoky char-grilled flavor COOK TIME: Wood chips smoke quickly and are easy to manage, making them great for short cooks like fish, poultry and smaller cuts of meat
$13.99 $12.59 SAVE 10%

Apple Wood Chips

12.56 x 0 x 9.56
FLAVOR: Apple wood pellets for a robust blend with sweet, smoky, char-grilled flavor COOK TIME: Wood chips smoke quickly and are easy to manage, making them great for short cooks like fish, poultry and smaller cuts of meat
$6.99 $6.29 SAVE 10%

Hickory Wood Chips

12.56 x 0 x 9.56
FLAVOR: Hickory wood chips have an intense, smoky flavor making them ideal for pork and beef COOK TIME: Wood chips smoke quickly and are easy to manage, put directly on grill grates when using an infrared grill
$4.99 $4.49 SAVE 10%

Mesquite Wood Chips

12.56 x 0 x 9.56
FLAVOR: Mesquite Wood Chips produce lots of smoke and has an intense, earthy flavor COOK TIME: Mesquite wood chips smoke quickly, making them great for short cooks like steak and other dark meats
$4.99 $4.49 SAVE 10%

Cherry Wood Chips

12.56 x 3.550 x 10.300
FLAVOR: Cherry wood chips for a mild blend of slightly fruity and sweet, char-grilled flavor COOK TIME: Cherry wood chips smoke quickly and is super versatile; it can be used with all meats, from beef and pork to fish and chicken
$6.99 $6.29 SAVE 10%

Hickory Wood Chunks

17.5 x 5.700 x 12.450
FLAVOR: Hickory wood chips have an intense, smoky flavor making them ideal for pork and beef COOK TIME: Wood chunks have a long burn life, which makes them great for long cooks and pair them with darker proteins for optimum results
$10.99 $9.89 SAVE 10%

Apple Wood Chunks

17.5 x 0 x 15
FLAVOR: Apple wood chunks for a robust blend with sweet, smoky, char-grilled flavor COOK TIME: Wood chunks have a long burn life, which makes them great for long cooks and light proteins
$18.99 $17.09 SAVE 10%

Hickory Wood Logs

30 x 0 x 21.75
FLAVOR: Hickory wood logs have an intense, smoky flavor making them ideal for pork and beef COOK TIME: Wood logs have a long burn life, which makes them great for long cooks and pair them with darker proteins for optimum results
$29.99 $26.99 SAVE 10%

Apple Wood Pellets

21 x 4.000 x 14.500
FLAVOR: Apple wood pellets for a robust blend with sweet, smoky, char-grilled flavor COOK TIME: Wood pellets have a short burn life, which makes them great for short cooks like seafood, chicken, fruit and vegetables
$9.99 $8.99 SAVE 10%

All-Natural Fire Starters

3.75 x 0 x 5
NON-TOXIC: Odorless and non-toxic for safe cooking TIME: One starter burns for 8-10 minutes
$11.99 $10.79 SAVE 10%

Mesquite Wood Chunks

17.5 x 0 x 15
FLAVOR: Mesquite Wood Chips produce lots of smoke and has an intense, earthy flavor COOK TIME: Mesquite wood chunks have a long burn life, which makes them great for long cooks like dark meats
$10.99 $9.89 SAVE 10%

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What are the different smoking woods?

Smoking wood is available in four different forms; pellets, chips, chunks or splits (small logs).

·       Wood pellets are designed to fuel pellet grills but can also be used in smoker boxes.

·       Wood chips are usually reserved for short cooks like fish, poultry and smaller cuts of meat since they burn up more quickly than chunks. 

·       Wood chunks and splits are good for cooks that take hours to finish like pork shoulder, brisket, ribs and larger cuts of meat. 

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