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Charcoal Knowledge Base
Our charcoal knowledge base is a library that contains a collection of easily consumable BBQ & charcoal content created by our White Horse Energy experts
Lumpwood Charcoal and Charcoal Briquettes are suitable for commercial use in the UK food service industry. Our restaurant grade quality products are culinary staples that will fit the needs of any restaurant or catering service.
BBQ Charcoal For Home
Our charcoal is so easy to use for most cooking purposes outdoors and can be used by anyone - from beginners to grill-masters. Whether you want to grill the perfect steak, or you’ve planned a day of baking, whip out your BBQ and get smoking with our lumpwood charcoal and charcoal briquettes.
How to Create a Stress-Free BBQ Experience
Don your apron, wipe the sweat off your brow and whip out the tongs. The family have arrived, with their meats and veggies of choice. BBQing for the whole family need not be a struggle! We have a guide for you that’ll take you from start to finish smoothly - or at the very least, we hope no one will get burned.
How to Grill Your Meat to Perfection: Interview with BeardandBBQ
We pride ourselves on knowing how to handle our charcoal products, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we know how to cook. This is why we’ve spoken to Jack - a UK based Instagram influencer and BBQing extraordinaire known as BeardandBBQ - to get the low-down on all things grill and roast related. Gaining almost 2,800 followers in the space of a year, his content has captured the hearts (and stomachs) of food enthusiasts everywhere. Here he answers a few questions and gives us his five top tips for the most effective approach to cooking meat (vegetarians look away now).
Tips For BBQing in the Rain
There’s nothing worse than damp charcoal on a barbecue. Barbecues and British weather are two things that don’t tend to go hand in hand. Yes, it might be raining. Does that mean you need to cancel the BBQ? Not necessarily. There are plenty of ways to keep your BBQ out of the firing line of the rainclouds.