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How to use Mojobricks
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Gas Grill Tutorial

Very simply - don't over think it!

1. Pick either a small cube or a bar.

2. Light it and set it near heat

When grilling (high heat short period of time) try a small cube.

3. If it stays lit its too close to the flame.

4. If it keeps smoking its perfect

Gas Grill Low heat - Slow Smoking
Set up the grill

Set the wood on fire for 5 minutes, then place it on an unlit rail. If you have a metal lid to a smoke box, it works great. Place the lid across the rails to create a platform were you can leave the barbqube for the entire cook. For  this low and slow cook we set 2 barbqubes on fire and set them end to lit end.  (video) There are four burners,  and only the furthest from the meat is lit. The temperature of the grill dictates how low or how high to turn up or down that one burner.


The first time you cook on low heat with mojobricks in your gas grill, we recommend you try slow cooking a side of salmon, a couple pork chops or a few chicken thighs. Once you master the wood smoking for hours, then your ready for whole chickens, turkeys, racks of ribs, big butts and other hardwood happenings!  Remember smoke is like salt and pepper and it takes a little time to understand how much is needed. As a general rule - use the small cube when cooking for 2 and the longer bar when cooking for 3 or more people. 

Gas/Propane grills are not known for being used for smoking meats. If you're patient and willing you can cook low and slow with Bar-B-Qubes® in your daily cooker. The key to cooking with Bar-B-Qubes® in a gas grill is to pre-light the wood. USE TWO cubes for cooks that last more than 2 hours. Place the hottest ends against each other. (Pre-light the smallest ends). Last tip is to leave the wood near heat but not over it. You will use one burner and off set the meat opposite the heat.

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