Originally Posted by Full Draw BBQ
I don't want to hijack a thread with a question, but this seems like the perfect place with guys weighing in here.
What is the difference between "Post Oak" and "Oak". If the place I get most of my wood has "Oak"......is that probably "white oak"?
Post oak, Quercus stellatais, is in the white oak group. White oak is Quercus alba. Post oak grows in central Texas and is used by many of the BBQ Meccas there and is especially good with beef.
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