Pros: AWSOME Is Not match light
Pros: AWSOME Is Not match light
Pros: Easy to use, good length for firebox, seasoned wood
Cons: almost to dry, heavy bags, lots of extra tree bark in bag
Pros: Ease of Use, Does a great job, Best for Fish
Cons: 1 Time Use, Expensive
“Was wanting to smoke some pork butts over pecan, to see what flavor profile I would get. Picked these up at my local Academy, for around $11.99. Cleaned up the firebox, rubbed some butts, and lite the propane torch, to get these mini logs a smoking. First thing I noticed, is that this wood was very dry, and I had to really close down my firebox, or the wood would burn, not...” --mthoward91
“Actually picked these up on a lark from my local Kroger's Supermarket, when they had them on "Closeout", since they weren't selling. Took them home, read the instructions, and figured I would smoke some salmon in them. I've smoked salmon fillets on cedar planks before, and my wife and I adore salmon in this method. Prepared the fillets same as if I were putting them on the...” --mthoward91
“ I found this on sale at my local wal mart for $4.50 per bag. After sumbling on it, I read the reviews later and found out that I found a gem. This stuff performs great, and the price was right! I went back and bought 12 bags. Thankfully, my wife puts up with the massive pile in the garage. ” --piaconis
“ Mixed some of this in with my lump charcoal to help get a little hotter burn and have been using it as a standalone until I make it back to the store where I buy my lump. No issues and will purchase it again in the future. ” --gp125racer
Our 100% Hickory pellets are just that... no fillers or different wood added. Just 100% Hickory!
“ This was my Dad's go to for charcoal, cause ol'Dizzie recommended it. AND I heard the tale of Henry Ford every time a bag was poured. I didn't know there was anyother brand for years and years. Then they came out with that Mesquite impregnated coal, I started looking and decided for ease of convienence to use Royal Oak. I admitt at the time I had no idea again there was others available. Then...” --Foamheart
“I like to use this as a base to start other charcoal. I'll take 6-8 brickettes and use them to start a fire that I'll then add something (either charcoal or wood) to cook over. If, for some reason, I don't have good coals for the top of a dutch oven I'll put a layer of these on and light it. just don't ever use it to cook directly over and please don't add it to an already burning...” --Skypilot
“ The first year it was ok, after that it went down hill, BAD! Coming from gas grilling to charcoal, I was having a bear to get Kingsford to light and the sandy texture to my food was awful! Someone suggested lump to me and low and behold, HD had Cowboy. Compared to Kingsford, it was awesome! I'm not sure what happened but after the first year of using it more concrete...” --Chocolyle
“ Found 10 lbs bags at a local Wharehouse Market in Tulsa, Ok for $4.99. I wanted to keep it a secret so I could buy all of it but have to share considring how helpfull everyone has been. ” --jwbtulsa
Wood smoke adds to the mystique of outdoor cooking and gathers people around the fire. Adding wood chips and chunks to the grill boosts the flavor of any grilled food. On charcoal grills wood chips can be used directly on the hot coals. Wood chunks can even be used instead of coals. On gas grills add smoky flavor with the use of a smoker box for smoking wood chips. Hickory is a classic in...