Cooking with Wood: An Elevated Experience
Have you ever cooked a meal over an open flame? If not, then you’re in for a treat! There is something undeniably special about cooking with wood. Not only does it provide an amazing culinary experience, but the best part of it is the flavor. To get that amazing flavor, however, it’s important to make sure that the wood you are using is properly dried and not seasoned. Let’s dive into why cooking with wood is the best way to cook and how Cutting Edge Firewood makes this easy for everyone.
Is Kiln Dried Wood Good for Cooking?
The fact is, not all wood is equal for cooking.  Much like that gourmet-on-the-grill dinner you’re planning, a lot of the final quality has to do with how each ingredient (in this case, the wood itself) is prepared and handled before it ever being used.
The Ultimate Showdown: Pellets vs Wood Chunks - Which is the Best Fuel for Grilling?
There's nothing new about cooking with a wood fire, but the fact is, the world’s oldest cooking method has returned as one of the great modern culinary frontiers.
Matching Cooking Woods to Types of Meat
A general rule of thumb is that you want to use stronger flavors of wood with heavier, more flavorful meat options that won’t be completely overpowered by the smoke, like beef or pork, but that will still let the flavor of the meat shine through. 
How to Cook the Perfect Wood-Fired Pizza
High-quality, gourmet pizza is more accessible than ever thanks to the wide range of portable pizza ovens you can buy for your home. You don’t have to be a chef to make restaurant-quality pizzas for your family and friends, but...
Charcoal or Wood…Which Should I Cook With?
Spring is in the air, and summer is just around the corner. In neighborhoods all across the land, folks are scrubbing grills and grates, sweeping off the deck, and dusting off tongs and spatulas, getting ready for the best time...
How to Smoke a Brisket
We've always felt like smoking a brisket is a more advanced level of BBQ. But enough of the doubts and fears - we’ve spent several months mastering the Primo XL 400 and now it's time to go for it.
What Kind of Cooking Wood Should I Use?
The art of cooking with wood has been around for thousands of years. Although modern conveniences like microwaves and electric ovens have made cooking easier and quicker, they haven’t necessarily done us any favors when it comes to the flavors...
9 Benefits of Grilling With Wood Rather Than Charcoal
Charcoal isn’t the only fuel you can use when grilling meats or veggies. While charcoal is certainly a popular choice, an alternative fuel source to consider is wood. Whether it’s whole logs, split logs, or chunks, high-quality wood excels in...
What’s the Difference Between Wood Chips and Wood Chunks?
Woodsmoke is one of the best “ingredients” you can add to your outdoor cooking recipes. Nothing enhances the flavors of meat or vegetables like a touch of flame and a blanket of clean, sweet smoke. Whether you’re cooking with wood...