The Green Olive Firewood FCHPP8 8kg Restaurant Grade Lumpwood Charcoal, Natural
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The heat produced by briquettes isn’t as high as lump wood charcoal , but it still gets extremely hot. Briquettes burn at a more consistent temperature and provide a more reliable burn. When cooking larger cuts of meat such as briskets and lamb shoulders, you can cook them low and slow.
Our lump wood charcoal is made from high-quality wood sharing similar properties to oak & beech. These are then cut into large chunks and burned in an oxygen-controlled kiln. By doing this, all of the moisture and impurities are removed from the wood, leaving behind high-density charcoal that burns at a high temperature for a long time, leaving behind minimal ash and sparks. They’re compressed into firewood logs with a hollow tube through the center for easy combustion. This means your fire will be hotter and burn longer for optimal heat indoors or outdoors. Gives you a more consistent cooking temperature across the BBQ grilling area for the best cooking results. Briquettes give a prolonged burn that is excellent for smokers and professional chefs. SmokingKeep the fire burning with long-lasting Swedish Torches. Whether you’re making life-long memories with the family or camping on your own in the wilderness, there’s no better way to stay warm & toasty than around the fire. Ideal for cooking anything from roasted marshmallows to a hearty stew, Swedish torches are easy-to-use, versatile and ready to illuminate the darkness to create the perfect ambience. As you arrive at the end of this article, we trust you’ve gathered valuable knowledge on the secrets of lumpwood charcoal, just in time for the sizzling summer season. At The Green Olive Firewood Company, we strive to provide affordable and eco-friendly grilling solutions to all our customers. Choose our sustainable olive firewood logs if you want to enjoy superior heat on cold winter nights. Denser than regular firewood, olive wood provides a glowing, golden flame and a beautifully-scented aroma for the whole family.
Selecting the right charcoal can be an overwhelming task, especially when there are a multitude of wood options to choose from. From classic Oak to fragrant Applewood and Maple, the world of lumpwood charcoal is filled with exciting possibilities. These hardwoods are renowned for producing dense and durable charcoal , which promises to keep the flames alive for longer periods of time. Each wood brings a unique burning quality to your grill, enhancing the flavour of your food and elevating your BBQ game to new heights. Smoking beef brisket, pork shoulder, and ribs are best. In spite of the fact that smoking can dry out some kinds of meat, brisket and pork shoulder retain their moisture, tenderness and deliciousness due to their high-fat content.
It’s important to know that waiting till your lumpwood charcoal turns grey-white hot will definitely pay off in the long run. When the charcoal is this hot it means you will find it easier to achieve the right temperature for your grill. Now the real test, will it ignite? When attempting to light recently dried-out charcoal it’s best to start with some fresh charcoal, this will give your wet-to-dry charcoal the best chance of igniting to get your grill going.