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Saturday, August 11, 2018

Smoking with Kingsford Premium Wood Pellets Giveaway

We have a dedicated smoker in our household. However, if you don't, Kingsford recently released a premium, all natural product for you to smoke more easily off your grill. And, you can win some for yourself below.

Kingsford Premium Wood Pellets provide a low ash, extended burn for fewer cleanups and richer flavor. Unlike most brands that supplement with inexpensive woods like Oak and Alder, Kingsford Pellets are 100% pure - with the exact composition of every bag printed clearly on the label. Their Cherry, Apple, Oak, and Hickory flavors are 100% pure, unlike other leading brands that use less than 50% actual flavor wood in their bag. Their Competition Blend is 45% oak, 45% hickory and 10% cherry. Zero ambiguity means grillers can experiment, taste test, and re-create recipes with confidence.
If you follow pellet grilling, you may have heard from others in the industry that filler woods are necessary to create more heat, but they'd like to set the record straight on that account. Recent independent lab tests confirm that Kingsford pellets produce the same, if not more, BTU / lb. than competing products. The tests also confirm that their pellets produce less sawdust in the bag, which means more usable pellets and therefore a better value overall. More flavor, more heat, more pellets, more value...you can’t lose.

Pellet grilling can be a hands-off approach, allowing grillers to set a temperature and cooking timer without constant supervision – a nice bonus for those who grill in cold temperatures. Going beyond BBQ, pellet grills can be used as an oven to cook pizzas, whole turkeys, and even cakes and cookies. A specialized pellet grill is not necessary for pellet grilling. Kingsford pellets can also be placed into an aerated tinfoil pack and rested on charcoals to create a richer, smokehouse flavor.

They're super easy to cook with over charcoal:
  • Light and spread charcoal as you would normally.
  • Place a handful of Kingsford Premium Wood Pellets into a tinfoil pack, poke several holes, and place on top of hot coals.
  • Replace grilling grate and start cooking.
You don't need a charcoal grill to smoke your meats/food. You just need to get a pellet tube if you're cooking with propane. Check out a review of its usage at Meat Smoking for Beginners.

Want to win some Kingsford Premium Wood Pellets for yourself? The giveaway is for two 10 pound bags, one each of cherry and hickory. The giveaway is for US residents who are 18+ and ends at 11:59pm on 8/25/18. For more complete rules see Giveaway Rules.

Smoking with Kingsford Premium Wood Pellets Giveaway

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31 comments:

  1. We just got our smoker so far we have only used hickory so anxious to try other types soon. Would have to let my son choose which ones if I won.

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  2. I love marinated and smoked goat or mutton. I do not have a wood chip preference.

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  3. My family eats a lot of smoked fish here on the coast,I would like to try the cherry wood pellets but either kind would be great to use.

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  4. We love smoked turkey and do not have any preference of chip flavoring

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  5. I like to cook Pork Ribs in the smoker

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  6. Smoked Pork or Beef Roast. Mostly hickory, but would love to try this cherry.

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  7. I love pork tenderloin smoked. Hickory is my favorite to add to our grill, the flavor is definitely different from different woods.

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  8. We love this product. We use hickory and oak. I would love to try the cherry. We love smoking ribs. So good

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  9. I love to smoke brisket the most. I usually use different flavored woods with my Kingsford charcoal.

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  10. I love brisket. I don't have a preference.

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  11. I like smoked pork. The cherry wood pellets sound good.

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  12. I love smoked ham its the best

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  13. I love ribs and chicken grilled with hickory wood chips. My husband has also used cherry wood from a tree that had to be cut down.

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  14. We love smoking brisket, the taste is so much better than a regular oven cooked meat. Amazing smoke taste, you don't even need barbeque to love this meat smoked! Cherry is always our fav, but we like to mix a few different flavors with it as well!

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  15. We like smoked ribs with the Hickory pellets.

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  16. Our family loves smoked anything but beef brisket is our favorite.

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  17. My husband makes the best BBQ Ribs and one of his secrets is wood chips!

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  18. I have a smoker attachment to my grill and I took lessons from Harry Soo! I like to smoke brisket.

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  19. We love smoked Pork Ribs the best. We do not have a favorite chip

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  20. My family loves smokes pulled pork.

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  21. We like to smoke brisket to ribs here use hickory to applewood chips. always smells go great

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  22. I love smoked ribs and would like to try the cherry pellets.

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  23. I love to smoke ribs and I use the Cherry pellets to do it.

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  24. We smoke a lot of meat. As a matter of fact my fiance' smoked things the last three weekends. I really love the taste cherry wood gives food.

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  25. We like smoked pork and have used hickory in the past.

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  26. a good piece of steak smoked with hickory

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  27. I haven't tried any of the Kingsford Premium Wood Pellets yet. My fave thing to smoke is turkey.

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  28. I don't think I've ever had smoked food, but I would love to try it.

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  29. Baby back ribs. Never used pellets only chips

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