A couple of things in my opinion:
1) You need a very hot fire to burn green wood.
2) Fruit woods do better green than other woods.
3) Cherry is pretty acrid in my opinion if it isn't seasoned long enough. You may want to use it as an "accent" wood with dryer, hotter burning wood.
4) Myron is really in a parallel universe when he cooks. There are many specifics that he does that get's him to his end product that most people have a hard time attaining unless they duplicate his process completely.
5) Find what works for you and enjoy the journey...it's different for all of us from one degree to another.
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