View Single Post
Old 02-03-2013, 10:57 AM   #6
Full Fledged Farker
Join Date: 01-20-13
Location: London Ontario Canada

Originally Posted by BayoustateBBQ View Post
If it's a bit dry you can always soak it in a barrel of water for a bit so it doesn't burn so hot. I just started using plum and love it
I was thinking the same thing. The apple and plum wood was older when it was cut and has been in logs for over 2 is about 2.5 yrs old now. Shoud I be soaking my little splits or the whole log? And for how long? After I soak it should I dry it abit so it can spark up when it hits the coals or leave it wet on the outside? Many thanks for the tips there BayoustateBBQ.
Oldhoss is offline   Reply With Quote