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BBQ Delight Pellets Apple 9 kilo Sweet, fruity smoke. Strongest of the fruit woodsBBQ Delight Pellets Cherry 9 kilo Sweet fruity smoke that gives a rosy tint to light meatsBBQ Delight Pellets Pecan 9 kilo Similar to hickory but milder and sweeter with a nut after-tasteBBQ Delight Pellets Mesquite 9 kilo Spicy, very distinctive smoke of Southwest cookingBBQ Delight Pellets Hickory 9 kilo Bacon-flavor, most commonly used and recognized smoke BBQ Delight Pellets Oak 9 kilo Heavy smoke with no after-taste, gives a wonderful smoked color BBQ Delight Pellets Orange 9 kilo Tangy citrus smoke â€“ great with seafood, gives foods golden color BBQ Delight Pellets Walnut 9 kilo Intense smoke, slightly bitter like walnuts
BBQ Delight Pellets are a unique form of natural wood. When pellets are made, all of the air within the cellular structure of the wood is evacuated, thus concentrating the wood into a very dense form, much denser than the natural tree. As compared to other wood flavor enhancers, pellets will yield a more intense smoke more quickly which seals the food, locking in natural moisture and adding smoke flavor exactly when itâ€™s needed. Only 1/3 of a cup of pellets is needed for most cooking events. As compared to other forms of smoking wood, youâ€™ll need 5-10 times the weight of wood to achieve the same results as pellets. The cost per use is much less for pellets than any other form of wood. Since pellets have been processed from sawdust by pressure which generates heat, any contaminants present in the wood are eliminated. This process produces a sterile smoking wood product of consistent quality. Pellets are easy to use since you do not soak in water prior to use. Itâ€™s easy to blend wood flavors with pellets and easily repeat successful cooking results. BBQrâ€™s Delight pellets are made of 100% of the flavor of the wood that is indicated on the package. Jack Danielâ€™s Smoking Pellets are made from the used mellowing charcoal from the distillery, pulverized and mixed with sawdust then pelletized. Savory Herb is oak sawdust with leafy oregano, rosemary and thyme mixed in before pelletizing. The 14 flavors of the flavor pellet line are available online in one pound bags. BBQrâ€™s Delight pellet grill fuel is for pellet-fired cookers. These cooking devices use wood pellets to produce the cooking heat and the wood smoke for flavor. This food-grade wood pellet product is blended 2/3 oak with 1/3 flavor-wood. This gives you consistent BTUâ€™s for heat and plenty of flavor-wood for good smoked flavor. The ONLY barbeque wood pellet thatâ€™s 100% flavor-wood! These food-grade wood pellets are the fastest and easiest way to give your food smoke flavor on any gas, charcoal or electric outdoor cooker. No Soaking! If the one pound bag says Hickory, thereâ€™s only hickory in the bag! Thatâ€™s true of the other eleven pure flavorwood types as well. With Mesquite, Apple, Cherry, Sugar Maple, Oak, Pecan, Orange, Sassafras, Mulberry and Black Walnut, thereâ€™s a flavor for every food and every palate! Savory Herb is a blended pellet. Oak saw dust is mixed with oregano, rosemary and thyme to produce a pellet that has the distinctive odor of those herbs. Itâ€™s especially good on chicken, pork and lamb. The process that makes Jack Danielâ€™s unique among whiskies is the â€œcharcoal mellowingâ€. The whiskey seeps slowly through finely ground charcoal for ten to fourteen days before it goes into oak barrels to age. Then, that charcoalâ€¦well itâ€™s good and soaked with Jack Danielâ€™s whiskey, just right for turning it into smoking pellets that enhance your cooking with that one of a kind whiskey flavor. Jack Danielâ€™s Smoking Pellets are perfect for grilling hamburgers and many other foods. Pellets are made of compressed sawdust. Itâ€™s wood and wood burns when heated. If you starve wood of oxygen when you heat it, it smokes rather than burning to ash. This smoke is the best for providing food with an all natural flavor! A pouch made of heavy duty aluminum with just one tiny hole in one side works great to provide smoke in most outdoor cookers. To make a foil pouch, cut a piece of heavy duty aluminum foil 6? by 12? and fold in half making a 6?x6? square. Fold the side edges at least twice, pressing each fold firmly along the entire side. Put 1/3 of a cup of pellets in the pouch and fold the top to seal. Poke a hole in one side of the pouch with a toothpick. Place the pouch on top of your charcoal briquettes or above the gas flame. When the smoke starts coming out of the hole in the pouch, put your food on the cooking grate and close the cover of your cooker. Smoke should last up to 30 minutes depending on the temperature of your cooker. TIPS & TRICKS: Make sure the foil pouch has enough room for the smoke to blow the pouch up like a pillow. If you are using more pellets than recommended, make a larger foil pouch. Pellets need â€œwiggleâ€ room in the foil pouch.If your gas grill has a smoking box or tray installed for use with wood chips, try pellets instead. A foil packet of pellets will make for easy clean up!Only have regular aluminum foil? Make your foil pouch with two pieces of layered foil for added strength. Be sure and put the hole through both layers.When you put food right over the hole in the foil pouch, that food is going to be very heavily smoked. Always place the foil pouch off to one side, not directly under food.