Dad knows that nothing adds a kick to whatever he’s grilling like a little smoke from hickory or mesquite. But dad also knows getting that real smoke flavor can be costly. And time consuming. And require special equipment. Dad’s been around long enough to know sometimes he just wants it cheap and easy. (No, I was not talking about your mom.)
The SmokeStack Company has developed a way for dad to get all that smokey goodness without any of the hassle. Their “fill and grill” system includes a refillable tin smoking canister that dad fills with the chips of one of their traditional smoking hardwoods – alder, mesquite, applewood or hickory – each blended with vintage oak and natural herbs.
Dad simply places the smoking tin on the grill (or directly on the fire), adds the meat and closes the lid to create 20 to 40 minutes of “culinary seasoning smoke” full of old world wood-fired flavor. No soaking. No aging. No need for a special smoker. That’s the easy part. The cheap part? Each $5.99 canister contains enough wood chips for four to six uses, meaning each use costs dad about $1. Leaving enough money left over for him to spring for the imported beer.
$5.99 per canister, or a handmade gift-pack crate of four for $24.99