Outdoor grilling is one of our great American pastimes. Not only is it a healthy way to prepare meals it also keeps the heat and mess out of the kitchen. But grilling is more than just food preparation, it provides a opportunity for friends and family to gather and share a uniquely social meal experience.
No smoker box? No problem! Here are simple instructions on how to use:
1. Soak several handfuls of chips in cold water for at least 30 minutes.
2. Place one or two handfuls of chips directly on the ready-to-cook coals.
3. Wait for the chips to begin visibly smoking.
4. Cook using either the direct or indirect grilling methods. If you are using the indirect method, add another handful or two of chips once every 45 minutes.
1. Soak several handfuls of chips in cold water for at least 15-30 minutes.
2. Put one or two handfuls of chips in a smoker-chip box and place the box on the grill.
3. No smoker box? No problem! Take a piece of heavy-duty foil, loosely fold it up, and then poke about six holes in the top to allow smoke to escape.
4. Wait for the chips to begin visibly smoking.
5. Cook using either the direct or indirect grilling methods. If you are using the indirect method, add another handful or two of chips once every 45 minutes.
Barrel & Vines Wine Grilling Chips spice up anything you put on your grill, and it is extremely easy to use.
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Being able to menu an item that is wine smoked certainly will generate huge interest.
I would like to share with you a product that I am proudly endorsing and doing my very best to share with the 20 many years of contacts that I have met along my journey.
I am proud to represent a product like Barrel & Vines, Wine Smoking Chips.
Rarely I would get involved if I did not wholeheartedly believe, like and see greatness in a product such as B&V Wine Smoking Chips.
Also please feel free to anyone who has experienced smoking oak barrels and grapevines, to “pass the word” to your colleagues and friends regarding this awesome product.
Wishing you my very best! Chef Frank Otte