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Unread 04-13-2008, 08:21 PM   #1
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Default Shaggy Bark Hickory ??

Is this good for smoking ?? I have a resouce for $35.00 a truck load. I am not familliar with this version of Hickory...
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Still in the same family I use alot of it here works good.!!
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Shagbark or Shaggy bark hickory is a true hickory with an edible nut. It is a hard wood and a very common fuel for cooking in smokers. It will be an excellent adddition to your woodpile. Nice find.
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Its good stuff but it is a very heavy hard wood and hard to split, at least the larger logs are. Thats why I normally only use branches about the size of my forearm and use a saw to cut in fist size chunks. Side note, did you know you can make syrup out of the bark? Just don't ask me how.
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Is this good for smoking ?? I have a resouce for $35.00 a truck load. I am not familliar with this version of Hickory...
will they deliver down here for that price? take all i can get! :)
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will they deliver down here for that price? take all i can get! :)
No delivery, I have to go get and cut, he tells me most of it is already down and seasoned... I guess I will have to go look this week.

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I've used quite a bit of Shagbark Mike, very pleased with the flavor!
Let me know how that goes, maybe i'll give ya a hand!
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