Sinfully Good BBQ
Are you serious about barbecue? Well if you’re not, then you should be, because barbecue is serious, and is not something to take lightly. It’s more than a hobby, it’s an art form. And more than an art form, it’s a lifestyle.
Whether you’re simply a weekend barbecue warrior posted up in your backyard, or a seasoned vet on the competitive barbecue circuit, you want to be the best. You want to be the best grill/pit master.
You want to be known for having the best barbecue around; the most tender meat with the most delicious rubs and sauces.
If you were to put your entire barbecue reputation at stake, you would want to make sure you had a chance. No matter how prepared you are, how good your recipe is, nor even how confident you are in your skills with open-fire cooking, you won’t have a chance to show your barbecue’s worth if you don’t have the proper equipment.
In barbecue, the same as anything in life, you will be doomed to fail if you are not prepared nor equipped with the right tools for the job.
There are many tools involved with barbecue, but the most crucial and often times overlooked, is your fuel source.
Charcoal is king in the world of barbecue. There are many options to choose from, but you want the best. It can be hard to find the best, unless you know how to look for it. Think about when you are purchasing other goods, like foods and cleaning items.
Most people these days pay attention to the ingredients that make up the final product so that they can be better informed about the product and know if it is safe to use for them and their families and friends.
If you check the ingredients in your food for quality, and you use charcoal to cook your food, then doesn’t it make sense to check the ingredients of your charcoal?
A quick look at the back of a bag of Kingsford will show you that there are a lot of things that go into their charcoal, none of which appear to be too natural or anything that you would want to put in your body.
However, there are other charcoal companies out there that are much more appeasing.
Introducing Jealous Devil Charcoal…
Jealous Devil is a young charcoal upstart that has just one ingredient used in its charcoal: wood. Jealous Devil uses Quebracho Blanco, one of the densest woods known to man (the name translates to “axe breaker”), found only in Paraguay, to make its top-shelf charcoal product.
It is lump wood charcoal; simple yet exceptional. It does not pop and spark. It does not billow smoke out at you when you open your grill lid. It does not lose its heat. It does not create an excessive amount of ash that clogs and ruins your rig, be it a grill or smoker. It burns hot and for a long, long time.
It’s all harvested from a sustainable forestry plantation in Paraguay, and the makers are very environmentally conscious. It’s the only product that shows both a love for barbecue and a love for the world in which we barbecue.
Using Jealous Devil charcoal will take your barbecue game to the next level, and with their commitment to the environment, help ensure that we have a world to barbecue in for many years to come.
About Jealous Devil
Jealous Devil is an exciting new startup, specializing in lump wood charcoal. To learn more about their products and their sustainable business model, visit jealousdevil.com