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Unread 08-14-2014, 12:56 PM   #16
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Western Woods carries Oak chunks in bags but not sure what type of Oak.
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Simply the best in my opinion. We have several pallets sent up every year as there are not really any good cooking woods growing in Alaska.
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It is a great wood to smoke with
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Good luck finding some on Long Island (used to live there). You can get oak, but haven't seen post oak there.

I've ordered post oak wood chunks from fruitawoods.com. THey have small splits too.
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I'll just order it online, planning on trying it next weekend if it's here by then. I'll post pic and all that
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Western Woods carries Oak chunks in bags but not sure what type of Oak.
I was curious as to what variety Western uses, so I sent them an email. Got word back this morning and they use Post Oak, so you may want to look at them as an option. They carry chips, chunks and mini logs.
http://www.woodinc.com/oak1.html I believe the bag of chunks I picked up at Bass Pro Shop was like $6.
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I've never used it but I just ordered some chunks from Fruita wood to try on my next brisket and it smells amazing just sitting in the box as does the cherry and apple I ordered with it.
Fruita has good quality, I'm really liking red oak fruita sells for my briskets
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