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Unread 03-14-2013, 07:15 AM   #4
El Ropo
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In my personal experiance, pecan is far milder than mesquite and hickory. I think of it as a mild fruit wood that happens to make great BBQ.

If I was given one choice of woods, I'd choose Pecan every time. The aromas coming off the pit is heavenly.

When Aaron stated in one of his videos that Pecan was a strong flavored wood, I lost a huge amount of respect. He's obviously never used it. Pecan is mild smoke wise, with an amazing aroma that will entice the whole neighborhood over to your house.
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