Originally Posted by Trumpstylz
Now I know its a huge deal what kind of wood you use when smoking, be it chunks or splits, but does it really make a difference the type of wood thats used once its turned into charcoal?
There is a difference in lump, oak burns hot and long while mesquite burns hot and fast. Both oak and mesquite lump taste like the original hard wood they originally were. So if you don't like mesquite splits or chucks your not going to like it in lump. I prefer oak lump for these reasons, I don't even use wood chunks most the time just lump.
and none of you farkers have used this chit?