Smoking your favorite foods out on the grill is such a fun and delicious way to add flavor to your upcoming meal. Here we guide you through the process of indirect heat, charcoal choices and wood options if you choose to use blocks or chips. It's important to match your wood choices to your meat in addition to how much smoke you and your family like.
Everyone seems to start with the Smoked Brisket and we chose to feature the wrapped method for tender and juicy meat that pulls gently apart when done. You can eat it alone or you can make Grilled Brisket Grilled Cheese, Brisket Chili, Brisket Nachos, Brisket Baked Beans and Brisket Twice Baked Potatoes.
If you want instant success, Smoked Cheese can be incorporated into recipes or simply slice-and-eat. It is a fast smoke, so it's great for a weekend when you only have a little bit of time to be with the grill. We made Beer Cheese Dip with Homemade Pretzels with ours and it's so good that we make it only during football season as it is just too addicting to have around.
Smoked fish is so incredibly delicious that we do it a lot. Our absolute favorite is the Honey Smoked Salmon but coming right up behind it is the Smoked Trout that is fantastic on its own but also makes a dip that is hard to stop eating.