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Unread 01-14-2013, 01:30 PM   #31
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http://nevadahotwood.com

http://www.wood4vegas.com

Both of these are speciality bbq wood stores in Las Vegas, Prices are fairly reasonable.

I can get free delivery from wood 4 vegas.

They both will ship I believe.
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Unread 01-14-2013, 01:40 PM   #32
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I buy a half cord of hickory at a time then chop up my own as needed. HD has em by the bag also.
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I burn about 3-5 cords of firewood. I steal it from that.
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From trees.
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Unread 01-14-2013, 03:09 PM   #35
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Got some from Bass Pro shops over the holidays; free shipping.

I bought some from Amazon - Camerons Products BBQ Chunks. Terrible!!!

There were at least 8 chucks in each bag that were so old and dried out, they weighed about 1 ounce.

Western Woods seems to look ok.

I will give Fruita a try.

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Unread 01-14-2013, 03:43 PM   #37
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Home Depot.
I buy about 1 or 2 cords of wood a year for my fireplace, a lot of it is red oak. I cut some of it up into chunks.

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I get Apple and Peach from a local orchard when they prune / remove the trees.

When I run out or want something different I use Do It Best you order and pay and pick it up at a local participating hardware store with NO shipping charges. I get all my cherry wood from them.

They also sell Treager Hickory, Mesquite, and Apple wood pellets.

I have used them for 3 years with no problems..
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I buy bags of logs from Academy or HEB for big cooks on the offset, either pecan, oak, hickory or mesquite depending on my mood and what I'm cooking. I cut chunks off of the smaller logs for the WSMs. I still have about half a bag of pecan chunks I got with the first WSM I bought off of Craigslist. If I run out, there's lots of oak in the firewood stacks.
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Has anyone tried cowboy Hardwood chunks, or is it garbage like their lump charcoal?
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Here in Orange County, I buy my wood chunks at The Wood Shed. They also sell regular firewood.
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Has anyone tried cowboy Hardwood chunks, or is it garbage like their lump charcoal?
It's chunks of wood. Cowboy's chunks of wood are the same as anybody else's chunks of wood. Trees don't have brands on them. If you want to pay $8 for a few pounds of hickory or apple chunks that you could get for free from a tree, it don't really matter what "brand" it is.
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Has anyone tried cowboy Hardwood chunks, or is it garbage like their lump charcoal?
I tried Cowboy chunks / chips from Home Depot / Lowes. They were fine, just didn't like the local price.
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Unread 01-14-2013, 05:19 PM   #44
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Joe's bbq wood. Good quality at a reasonable price.

http://joesbbqwood.com/
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I pick up some from local BBQ store on occasion. I also get lots of wood from friends that have apple trees. I got a whole cherry wood tree last year from a friend that knew I like to BBQ.
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