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Unread 05-10-2011, 02:52 PM   #1
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Default Cherry Wood Super Score.........

This portion of a cherry tree fell down in a storm about two years ago. That means it's ready to cook with now. SUPER DOUBLE SWEET!!!
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Unread 05-10-2011, 03:06 PM   #2
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Hope you got a splitter, Bro!
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I'd love to put that cherry to some good cookin'!

There's enough there to build me a drum set with too.
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Outstanding!!! Nice score.
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Hope you got a splitter, Bro!

I've never split cherry so i assume its gonna be hard especially after 2 years ?
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I've never split cherry so i assume its gonna be hard especially after 2 years ?
Cherry's one of the best splitting woods, IMO. I split a bunch last weekend by hand. It pops right apart. Now, mine weren't logs THAT size, but still it's a great wood to split. I also think it's easier to split when it's sat for a while.
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Cherry's one of the best splitting woods, IMO. I split a bunch last weekend by hand. It pops right apart. Now, mine weren't logs THAT size, but still it's a great wood to split. I also think it's easier to split when it's sat for a while.
Thanks for the info. Not a lot of cherry trees in my part of the woods.
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Thanks for the info. Not a lot of cherry trees in my part of the woods.
That was a pretty good pun right there. That's a lot of smokin right there, your set for a good long time.
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I'd love to put that cherry to some good cookin'!

There's enough there to build me a drum set with too.
Nice score! You'll have plenty of good cookin with that! I love cooking with cherry, and I've wanted a cherry stave snare since hearing a local band that used one.

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Down for some wood trade?? Great score!!!!!!
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Once that is all split, I'd love to see how much wood you end up with. And then wish it was all in my backyard.
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Nice score!
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Nice looking wood. I also scored some cherry wood this weekend from my FIL. He has a sawmill and got a big cherry log that he is using for some coffee tables. I said that I would take the outside cuts. With a bunch of apple tree trimmings that I also got, I may not use any charcoal or hickory this summer. I am thinking that the cherry wood might be good with some John Henry Cherry rub on ribs?
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LOVE THAT CHERRY WOOD, burns really clean, lovely stuff. Still prefer apple but much harder for me to get. Next load will be oak to try something new.
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Dang, I would make some nice furniture out of the hearwood and smoke some food with the rest. Nice score.
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