If you own a wood burner or an open fire in your home you will know that even once burnt kiln dried logs can still leave behind some ash. Even the most efficient firewood, such as kiln dried firewood, can result in plenty of ash. However, the ash doesn’t always need to be thrown straight in the bin.
In the digital age we all live in, most of us experience fast-paced lives that are seemingly non-stop. Whether our attention is drawn to social media or the latest Netflix release, it’s all too easy to jump from screen to screen, day after day. For this reason, a forest getaway is the perfect long weekend holiday.
At the start of summer, few things are as enjoyable as a garden BBQ. However, we’ve all been to those BBQs where burgers have been burnt to a crisp and sausages are rock solid, thanks to an overzealous cook. So, to ensure your BBQ food reaches the highest standards, we’ve brought together our tips for smoking food with kiln-dried logs this summer.