Category Archives: Cooking using wood

30.Aug How to Prevent Flare-Ups When Grilling
Posted at 30.Aug, 01:08h In Cooking over fire Cooking using wood By - 0 Comments

Flare-ups are a common problem when grilling food, especially meats. Whether it’s beef, pork, lamb, chicken or fish, meat has a tendency to flare up when grilled. When this...

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10.Apr Should I Grill with Charcoal or Hardwood?
Posted at 10.Apr, 01:04h In Cooking over fire Cooking using wood By - 0 Comments

If you plan on cooking food over fire, you’ll need some type of fuel. The most common fuel sources used for this purpose include hardwood and charcoal. While you...

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03.Mar How to Safely Extinguish and Cool a Campfire
Posted at 03.Mar, 01:03h In Cooking using wood By - 0 Comments

More than 100,000 wildfires burn 4-5 million acres of land every year in the United States, according to an article published by National Geographic. While lightning strikes are a...

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14.Dec How to Prevent Your Firewood from Rotting
Posted at 14.Dec, 09:12h In Cooking over fire Cooking using wood By - 0 Comments

With prices upwards of $100 to $200 for a full cord (depending on where you live), firewood isn’t cheap. If you burn it on a regular basis — for...

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14.Dec Choosing the Right Area to Build a Campfire
Posted at 14.Dec, 09:12h In Cooking using wood By - 0 Comments

No camping experience is complete without a fire. Campfires bring people together, promote a social environment, provide warmth, and they offer a means of cooking food. However, you should...

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27.May Tips to Follow When Cooking on a Fire Pit
Posted at 27.May, 11:05h In Cooking over fire Cooking using wood By - 0 Comments

Fire pits aren’t used strictly for their visual appeal; they can also be used for cooking. And with summer right around the corner, there’s no better time than the...

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11.Apr Choosing the Right Wood for Your Fire Pit
Posted at 11.Apr, 04:04h In Cooking using wood Fire Pits By - 0 Comments

After purchasing and setting up your fire pit, you may feel inclined to give it a “test run.” Before doing so, however, you should first check to make sure...

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