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Unread 08-11-2011, 03:53 PM   #16
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I'm just about to pass an order with Smokinlicious as wood chunks are pretty much unavailable in Montreal. Since they come in 12 lbs. boxes and I'm new to smoking I want to get just one.

Any advice on which wood would be the most versatile or which one would be so good that you don't care if it goes that well with any meat?

The choices I have are:

- Red oak
- Sugar maple
- Ash
- Alder
- White oak
- Wild cherry

Once again, thanks for taking time to answer a newbie's questions.
Patrice, you can probably find oak and ash from someone who supplies firewood. Maple shouldn't be a problem to find! Have you checked out places like http://www.piecesdb.com/bbq.html ? There are also enough apple orchards in the Montreal area(well not on the Island of Montreal) that apple wood wouldn't be hard to find either.
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Unread 08-11-2011, 04:07 PM   #17
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Cherry on the way! I will eventually try fo find cheaper sources but for now it's pretty convenient.
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White oak ,then cherry and then maple. You can always reduce the size of the chunks or pieces to make less smoke and flavor.Pecan is what I use mostly, with hickory -cherry mix next. I'm lucky to have many types of wood to use and do. Hackberry is been used more often here lately also.Steve.
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