Flame Grilling Products's How To's

Grilling wood chunks in your charcoal grill

September 27, 2016

How to use grilling chunks on your charcoal grill:  First of all, grilling chunks are supposed to burn/smoke to flavor your entrée.  Therefore, forget about soaking them before using.  Normal grilling time is about 15-20 minutes.  If you soak your chunks, all you will get is steam when what you really want is SMOKE!  Keep a spray bottle of water handy to control flare ups or close off the air supply to briefly extinguish flames. Propane, electricity, charcoal are all heat sources.  Your grilling chunks provide the flavor.  In order to provide the smoke flavor of your favorite wood all you need to do is place four or five chunks around the perimeter of your GRILLING SURFACE.  DO NOT place them on your heat source.   Your propane or electric grill is not designed to use wood as a heat source.  When the grilling chunks begin to smoke, add your entrée, and close the lid to your grill.  The meat or fish will absorb the flavor of the wood smoke. If your heat source is charcoal,...

Grilling Chunks on your electric grill

September 27, 2016

How to use grilling chunks on your electric grill:  First of all, grilling chunks are supposed to burn/smoke to flavor your entrée.  Therefore, forget about soaking them before using.  Normal grilling time is about 15-20 minutes.  If you soak your chunks, all you will get is steam when what you really want is SMOKE!  Keep a spray bottle of water handy to control flare ups or close off the air supply to briefly extinguish flames. Propane, electricity, charcoal are all heat sources.  Your grilling chunks provide the flavor.  In order to provide the smoke flavor of your favorite wood all you need to do is place four or five chunks around the perimeter of your GRILLING SURFACE.  DO NOT place them on your heat source.   Your propane or electric grill is not designed to use wood as a heat source.  When the grilling chunks begin to smoke, add your entrée, and close the lid to your grill.  The meat or fish will absorb the flavor of the wood smoke. If your heat source is charcoal,...

Grilling chunks on your propane grill

September 27, 2016

How to use grilling chunks on your propane grill:  First of all, grilling chunks are supposed to burn/smoke to flavor your entrée.  Therefore, forget about soaking them before using.  Normal grilling time is about 15-20 minutes.  If you soak your chunks, all you will get is steam when what you really want is SMOKE!  Keep a spray bottle of water handy to control flare ups or close off the air supply to briefly extinguish flames. Propane, electricity, charcoal are all heat sources.  Your grilling chunks provide the flavor.  In order to provide the smoke flavor of your favorite wood all you need to do is place four or five chunks around the perimeter of your  GRILLING SURFACE.  DO NOT place them on your heat source.   Your propane or electric grill is not designed to use wood as a heat source.  When the grilling chunks begin to smoke, add your entrée, and close the lid to your grill.  The meat or fish will absorb the flavor of the wood smoke. If your heat source is charcoal,...

Grilling chips on your propane grill

September 26, 2016

​First of all, grilling chips are supposed to burn/smoke to flavor your entrée.  Therefore, forget about soaking them before using.  Normal grilling time is about 15-20 minutes.  If you soak your chips, all you get is steam when what you really want is SMOKE!  Keep a spray bottle of water handy to control flare ups or close off the air supply to briefly extinguish flames. Propane, electricity, charcoal are all heat sources.  Your grilling chips provide the flavor.  In order to provide the smoke flavor of your favorite wood, you will need a smoker box, a stainless steel bowl, or heavy duty aluminum pie plate.   Your propane or electric grill will have heat deflectors above your heat source.  Remove the middle deflector.  Place your container of chips directly on the heat source.  If your heat source is charcoal, simply toss your grilling chips onto the charcoal when you are ready to grill. As the chips begin to smoke and burn, simply place your entrée on your grill as usual....

Grilling chips on your electric grill

September 26, 2016

​First of all, grilling chips are supposed to burn/smoke to flavor your entrée.  Therefore, forget about soaking them before using.  Normal grilling time is about 15-20 minutes.  If you soak your chips, all you get is steam when what you really want is SMOKE!  Keep a spray bottle of water handy to control flare ups or close off the air supply to briefly extinguish flames. Propane, electricity, charcoal are all heat sources.  Your grilling chips provide the flavor.  In order to provide the smoke flavor of your favorite wood, you will need a smoker box, a stainless steel bowl, or heavy duty aluminum pie plate.   Your propane or electric grill will have heat deflectors above your heat source.  Remove the middle deflector.  Place your container of chips directly on the heat source.  If your heat source is charcoal, simply toss your grilling chips onto the charcoal when you are ready to grill. As the chips begin to smoke and burn, simply place your entrée on your grill as usual....

Grilling chips on your charcoal grill

September 26, 2016

First of all, grilling chips are supposed to burn/smoke to flavor your entrée.  Therefore, forget about soaking them before using.  Normal grilling time is about 15-20 minutes.  If you soak your chips, all you get is steam when what you really want is SMOKE!  Keep a spray bottle of water handy to control flare ups or close off the air supply to briefly extinguish flames. Propane, electricity, charcoal are all heat sources.  Your grilling chips provide the flavor.  In order to provide the smoke flavor of your favorite wood, you will need a smoker box, a stainless steel bowl, or heavy duty aluminum pie plate.   Your propane or electric grill will have heat deflectors above your heat source.  Remove the middle deflector. Place your container of chips directly on the heat source.  If your heat source is charcoal, simply toss your grilling chips onto the charcoal when you are ready to grill. As the chips begin to smoke and burn, simply place your entrée on your grill as usual.  Close...