PECAN BLEND BBQ SMOKER PELLETS MADE IN USA. ($49.99+gst for a double sized bulk bag).
Pickup is preferred as these heavy bags are difficult to ship.
We offer $16.50 Flat Rate Courier Carton delivery to METRO POSTCODES ONLY, BUT NOT TO WA AS TOO EXPENSIVE.
Pecan Blend is comprised of 40% Pecan wood and 60% Red Oak tree, good smoke for Pork and Poultry. Pecan creates a great Smoke Ring, see Beef Rib pic.
all Pellet Smokers, a much better deal than the small expensive 20lb 9kg bags!
eg. YODER – TRAEGER - GMG GREEN MOUNTAIN GRILLS - PIT BOSS - LOUISIANA GRILL - FORNETTO - ZGRILL - UUNI OONI - MUREX SHIELDS FORNO PELLET PIZZA OVEN - CAMP CHEF - WEBER SMOKEFIRE
Some Pellet Smoker meats lack smoke flavour compared to Wood Chunks smoldering on Charcoal, as they primarily burn Pellets for heat, with intermittent smoke, that famous Thin Blue Smoke is just heat, flavoursome smoke is actually White, but we have a Solution, place a LUMBERJACK WEDGIE full of Pellets, on the top back corner of your Pellet Grill to add extra smokey flavour, start a corner with our FIRE ROD, or a GAS BLOWTORCH. Our SMOKING BARREL placed at the back of your Smoker adds 6 hrs of extra smoke.
N.B. It is illegal for a BBQ Pellet Smoker Manufacturer to state that
is void unless you use their Pellets or a specific brand of Pellets,
that's like a Toyota Dealer saying you can only use Caltex petrol, but
not illegal for him to put that sticker on your Smoker! See Links below
Lumberjack Pellets use a smaller diameter Pellet which prevents auger jams, creating less stress on your smoker’s auger. Moreover, a smaller pellet diameter leaves a larger surface area for the auger veins. Thus more pellets can fit on each vein allowing higher temperatures. This is because with each turn of the auger, more pellets can be pushed through the veins.
By having a smaller diameter, pellets will also burn much cleaner. As many Pitmasters have stated, Lumberjack pellets leave lower volumes of ash in your smoker’s pot than most pellets that contain bark. This can be attributed to the higher temperatures achieved when burning.