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Amanda Wikoff

Pairing Wood and Food: Guest Blog by Derrick Riches

Pairing Wood and Food: Guest Blog by Derrick Riches

For the first guest blog in the Wildwood Grilling Grand Re-Opening Extravaganza we are thrilled to welcome long-time grill enthusiast, Derrick Riches. He's here to talk about wood smoke and how to use it well. Burgers, dogs, chops, and chicken. Burgers, dogs, chops, and chicken. This is what we throw on the grill for those long Summer night cookouts. Over and over again. These are the most popular grilled foods and while they are great, it’s a shame that we don’t do more. The typical backyard grill, whether gas or charcoal, is capable of cooking so much. Very little of...

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Casey Johnson

How to use cedar grilling wraps on a campfire

When you live in Idaho you had best know how to make a roaring campfire, identify and pick huckleberries, use a chain saw, and fly fish. Bonus if you tie your own flies.  Over the weekend we launched a backpacking expedition into the Cabinet Wilderness in Western Montana at the height of huckleberry season. When you go backpacking, one must be very choosy about what comes along. The weight really adds up quickly, especially if you plan on covering some ground or gaining some elevation. Some things are too good to be left behind.  That is why our Cedar Grilling Wraps and little packet of Bill Baron's...

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Amanda Wikoff

Grill with Cedar Wraps

Grill with Cedar Wraps

Grilling with cedar wraps infuses food with cedar aroma and steam without adding extra calories or crafting a messy clean up. Wraps are especially excellent for grilling food like vegetables, scallops, and delicate white fish that tends to get battered on the grill. Cedar grilling wraps can be used in the oven or on the grill, but here are some basic grill instructions.   How to use Cedar Grilling Wraps: Soak wraps for 10-20 minutes in water. Preheat grill to medium (350ºF-400ºF.) Arrange food in the center of the wrap, parallel to the grain of the wood. Wrap edges toward...

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Amanda Wikoff