Essential for smoking up great tasting meat, use
BBQ wood chips
extra flavour to your barbecue food with the addition of barbecue wood
chips. The type of wood you choose will make all the difference to the
taste. You can really make your barbecue party a real cooking event by
adding woodchips to enhance the flavour of your food.
add them to the fire while cooking to enhance the flavour of any meal.
Wood chips are a perfect partner to any smoked or barbecued food, and
give an equal smoking consistency and a wide variety of delicious,
distinctive "smoky" mouth-watering flavours.
Just try them with your
favourite ribs and you will see what we mean! There is no going back
once you start smoking (your food!).
is one of the premier choices of the professional smoker/barbequer.
Considered the traditional wood for smoking salmon in the Pacific
Northwest, alder is perfect with seafood.
It adds a medium, tart taste
to everything from salmon to swordfish. Alder chips also add a gentle,
mild flavour to poultry, pork, lamb and beef.
They’re perfect for
adding just a hint of the outdoors to your favourite food. Try them
today, they make anything delicious!
is ideal for use with lamb, duck or any game fowl. It’s excellent for
all meats and fish where a hot smoke is required. It has a strong,
pungent flavour that adds something special to any food. Salmon steaks
take on a very unique flavour with this chip. If you’re looking for
something different, try Arbutus!
wood imparts a strong smoky taste that suits beef, poultry, salmon and
trout. Try it with your favourite food, you’ll love how it brings the
taste of even the simplest foods alive with flavour!
Willow creates a light, mild smoke that is the perfect accompaniment to
meats and sea foods that are delicate in flavour. Wild Willow is
fantastic with steelhead, it creates a flavour you have to taste to
believe! Try Wild Willow with whitefish, trout and chicken, it will
bring the taste alive!
is the most recognized flavors used by professional smoker/barbequers.
It is the favored wood for barbequing or grilling in the restaurant
industry, and is a popular choice for the smoker as well.
Mesquite is a
perfect choice for use with seafood, all meats and is a great flavor
accompaniment to a variety of cheeses too. It adds a medium, smooth
taste to everything from salmon to swordfish and a gentle, mild flavor
to poultry, pork, lamb and beef.
They’re perfect for adding a taste of
the Southwest to your favorite food. Try them today, they make anything
is one of the most widely known barbequing and smoking hardwoods. It is
known for its strong dense-flavoured smoke. Traditionally used for
southern-style ham and pork, Hickory can be used with virtually any
meat or fish. If you’re looking for a strong flavour, this is the one!
fruitwoods are an excellent choice if you’re smoking or barbequing
light-coloured meats such as veal, pork, turkey, chicken or game birds.
They also add a fabulous flavour to shellfish! The sweetness of the
fruitwoods makes them ideal for those looking for a moderate touch of
adds a down-home flavour to any meat dish. Apple chips in the coals
will create a savoury tang that will gratify anyone's taste buds. All
meat dishes will benefit from apple smoke, even shish kebabs will come
alive with taste.
Try apple with your vegetables and seafood, you’ll be
amazed at the difference in flavour!
Cherry is the most popular hardwood flavouring in use today. Wild
Cherry produces a light, sweet, fruity smoke that is superb with
poultry, veal, game, ham, or sausage. Wild Cherry is especially good
It adds a beautiful colour and a delicate flavour to any
seafood. Cherry also works well with shellfish such as lobster or
shrimp, and it’s great with burgers too!
adds a sweet, fruity flavour that really glows with just about any pork
dish. Whether you’re cooking a brisket or steak, pork will take on a
lovely taste with plum wood.
Plum wood really adds an incredible
flavour when used with spareribs and baby back ribs. Try some, they are
Four Simple Steps To Getting the Best from your
1: Soak chips in water for half a minute then drain or spray chips
lightly with water.
Place a metal tray or pan of Wood Chips on the coals or on the bottom
rack of your smoker or pit.
3 : Heat your barbecue to the early smoking stage.
Place meat or fish on the barbeque, grill to desired tenderness and
enjoy. It couldn't be easier!
Experiment with Herbs and Spices
such as Rosmary and Basil are also very popular, and are readily
available, and have unique flavours that give a whole new meaning to
course other herbs and spices can be used including citrus peels, and
Garlic which is a definate favourite of mine. It's worth experimenting
with all the different herbs and barbecue woodchips.
tastes and flavours you will get will never cease to amaze and
tantalise your tastebuds.