“Alaska Firewood” is classified as kiln-drying firewood. Our firewood goes through a full technological cycle before being packed, that is, they are cleaned of natural debris, discarded damaged by mold, calibrated in size and shape, after which they finally enter a specially equipped drying kiln, in which they get rid of excessive moisture, reaching an ideal humidity of 10-14%, which makes it possible to use them to make barbecues or to drown a fireplace without any problems.
If you don’t have a grill, are ready to upgrade, or want to try a different type of barbecue, read this detailed guide before you go shopping. The main thing to remember is that there is no definite answer to the question, “Which grill is better?”, Because this question is missing two very important words: “for me”. First, think about why you need it, what and where are you going to cook in it, and we, in turn, will try to explain how your desires are best satisfied.
When choosing a place for a fire, fulfill several conditions. Place it near a place where there is a lot of firewood. If the weather is good and there is almost no wind, you can make a fire almost anywhere; but if you are caught in bad weather, look for a natural shelter: a grove, a cliff, or just a large rock. Under no circumstances light a fire under overhanging branches – sparks can ignite them.
Imagine this situation: you marinated the meat, went out into the nature in a big and noisy company, cut salads and suddenly it turns out that nobody took the grill and skewers with you. Do not rush to go home: a delicious barbecue can be fried without the grill.