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Weber Firespice Pecan Wood Chunks - 17137

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Abt Model: 17137 UPC: 077924051463
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Spice Up your Smoker: Pecan Wood Smoking

If you've grown tired of tasting the same old foods from your charcoal grill, it may be time to switch up your recipes with help from a Weber cookbook. But the problem might not be your food; it may be your fuel. Bring an extra dimension of flavor to your smoke with pecan wood smoking chunks. This nut variety is mild enough to work with multiple proteins and veggies, but flavorful enough to bring a big impact to every plate you serve on the patio. When it comes to smoke lumber for the grill, there are a few different "intensity" levels, and pecan wood smoking falls right at the center of the range. This sweet yet rich variety imparts the same aroma to everything it smokes. Technically a type of hickory, this nutty hardwood can stand up to tougher meats like beef, game meat, and pork, but is gentle enough for poultry like chicken and turkey.

Weber Wood Chunks vs. Chips

When it comes to lumber for smoking, it's important to consider what kinds of wood will work well for your foods—as well as what size. These Weber wood chunks are hefty, making them the perfect size for low-and-slow cooking over charcoal. However, gas grillers have a tougher time when it comes to pecan wood smoking. You can't just toss these Weber wood chunks into a gas grill (unless you're okay with damaging the cookbox with flaming lumber and ash). Instead, you'll need to use a steel smoker box and smaller wood chips to impart flavor into your foods. There's a debate among grillers regarding prep for lumber smoking. While conventional wisdom holds that grills should soak their lumber overnight before cooking to increase flavor and decrease wasteful burning, many claim that it's an unnecessary task. Conduct your own research and discover what works best for your particular cooking style. One thing that most BBQ masters can agree upon is that experimenting with new methods and flavors is one of the best parts of grilling.


  • Great for adding wood smoke flavor to foods
  • The perfect alternative to charcoal briquets as a heat source for grilling
  • 5 lbs bag (350 Cu. In.)
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