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Unread 05-13-2009, 01:28 PM   #1
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Default Jack daniel's oak wood chips

Just wondering if any one has used them. If so let me know what you think,how much and how it tasted?
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Unread 05-13-2009, 01:45 PM   #2
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I use them for ribs or steaks sometimes. Adds a nice flavor. The best part is the smell of the smoke when cooking.
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I believe they are white oak, which is very similar to the post oak used in Central Texas. I want to try them sometime.
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Wife bought me some for Christmas and I loved them. I actually need to get some more. Like Big Whiskey said the smell of the smoke is incredible.
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I've used them and they are great, I did a pork loin with them and it turned out fantastic.
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wow now i'm very excited to use them. mmmmmm b.b.q.
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i use it when i can buy it cheap. good flavor and great smell.
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I've used the chips, and I wish they made chunks.
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they are made from the barrels so doubt one could get chunks, maybe sell some staves ?
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There was a post in the past about JD charcoal. Anyone know what came about that? Also, if you wanted to use JD chips in a UDS, how much would you recommend?
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Where can you get them-I've only seen pellets?
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I've seen chips at Wally World. They are in little black bags (same looking label as the whiskey)
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used them on chicken before but used too many because it was quite strong. But the flavor was great just strong. Nothing like the smell of the smoke.
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I have used these. The best thing about them to me is the smell before you use them. They smell incredible. A mixture of bourbon and oakwood smell. As far as smoke flavor, I did not notice a difference. I think it is kind of like the garlic or onion wood pellets I use from traeger. The garlic or onion flavor does not transfer to the food.
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Every once in a while Bass Pro Shops has them on sale...........

When they do, I get a few bags.

As others have said - the smell of the smoke is something special.
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