NYC restaurants

Apr. 192016
By Dede Mulligan | cooking wood
Wood Fire Provides Depth of Flavor Some of today’s restaurant chefs are looking to wood grills for their main cooking tool. It’s not just for BBQ and pizza anymore. When a wood fire is being used, chefs have another layer...
Feb. 152016
By Dede Mulligan | Firewood
Premier Firewood Company™ is New York City and Connecticut’s premier retailer of high-quality firewood and restaurant cooking wood. At Premier, we offer a selection of woods to fit anyone’s needs. Take a look at the products we currently offer: Kiln-Dried...
Jan. 182016
By Dede Mulligan | Firewood
From Trees to Kiln Dried Firewood Kiln dried firewood is wood that has been seasoned by drying inside a kiln. It is often available for sale in small packages designed for people who need firewood for a camping trip, but...
Aug. 272015
By Dede Mulligan | Food Preparation
Chefs love experimenting with new ingredients and cooking techniques. Lately, however, they have been using a cooking technique that is as old as time itself – cooking over fire – especially with kiln dried firewood.   Wood fire cooking is...
Jun. 162015
By Dede Mulligan | cooking wood
  When it comes to cooking and grilling, smoke can be one of your greatest assets. It adds unique, savory flavor that cannot be replicated any other way. Whether it’s in wood stoves, grills, smokers, or fireplaces using wood is...
Jun. 42015
By Dede Mulligan | cooking wood
    Brief History   Cooking wood is the original fuel source. All ancient civilizations used different stone or brick ovens with wood to bake their bread and other meals. Some are actually still similar to what we use at...
Mar. 162015
By Dede Mulligan | Firewood
Wood drying is the art of ensuring that dimensional changes to the wood pieces are minimized while the moisture content is lowered to between 10%-15% of the wood weight. A newly cut down tree is considered green wood and contains...
Jul. 222014
By Steve Vasale | Firewood, Uncategorized
Without a doubt, there is an ancient connection between man, fire and food. But who would have thought, given all the technology innovations over the last hundred years or so, chefs and cooks would willing return to the open flame? But...