Wood pellets,Hardwood charcoal lump and briquettes

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Hardwood lump charcoal is just charcoal made from chunks of hardwood, and there’s a ton of variation within the category here are our favorite brands . With no fillers to burn down, hardwood lump produces a lot less ash than charcoal briquettes, and by weight, it burns for about 20 minutes longer. Measured by the chimney-full, though, which is a more convenient measure unless you’re busting out your scale each time you grill , hardwood lump burns faster than briquettes, since the irregular shape of the lump charcoal makes for less efficient packing in the chimney. The nitty gritty of burn time and ash aside, though, hardwood lump’s big difference is the real wood smoke. Pure charcoal, made almost entirely of carbon, won’t smoke at all when lit–what makes smoke, and that smoky flavor, are the bits of real wood that remain in the mix. So while it might mean that your charcoal burns a little less efficiently, having a few pieces of not-totally-charcoalized wood in a bag of hardwood lump means that your meat is more likely to pick up a little smoke action, even without adding wood chips to the grill.

Made from only natural hardwood, such as maple, oak, mesquite or even hickory. • Once the wood is reduced to charcoal, it’s left in its original rough shape. In fact, the best way to determine the quality of the charcoal is to look at it—if you can recognize the shapes of real wood, you’ve got the real thing. • Lights more quickly. • Burns hotter around 1,000°F , so you should make a smaller or more spread-out fire than you would with briquettes. • Creates less ash. • Imparts a purer, wood-fire flavor to foods. • Any hardwood charcoal not completely burned during grilling may be put out and re-lit on another occasion for more grilling.
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