Add a lightly sweet and fruity smoke flavor to your favorite meals when you use Napoleon Applewood Smoking Chunks. Larger and longer-lasting than wood chips, these Applewood Smoking Chunks are ideal for use in smoker grills, charcoal barbecue grills, the Napoleon Charcoal Tray Accessory, and the Napoleon Stainless Steel Smoker Box Accessory. The smoke from the semi-hard Applewood Chunks is lighter and sweet compared to other hardwoods and pairs perfectly with pork, poultry, lamb, fish, game, fruit, cheese and vegetables. Place the wood chunks directly in lit charcoal for immediate smoke flavor. Set up for a timed release of smoke when doing longer cooks by placing chunks into unlit charcoal, then adding some lit charcoal and a chunk of wood. As the lit charcoal ignites the unlit charcoal, it will also cause the wood to smoke. This means that you won't have to add wood as frequently if at all. Whether you are refining your favorite cooking techniques on the barbecue or learning an entirely new way of preparing a meal, Napoleon has the barbecue accessories you need. Our accessories provide you with the essentials to create delicious grilled food and then some to enhance your cooking arsenal with a wide variety of creative additions to broaden your culinary horizons.
- Longer lasting chunks perfect for smokers and charcoal barbecue grills
- Ideal for adding a sweet and subtle smoke taste during longer cooking and smoking sessions
- Large applewood chunks for use in charcoal barbecue grills, smokers, the Napoleon Charcoal Tray accessory, and Napoleon Smoker Box accessory
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