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Old 11-29-2010, 04:21 PM   #1
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First lemme start by tapatalk made me select a prefix of cooking class.

That being said, where u guys he wood? Was at lowed attempting to get apple chunks and they're sold out. Not getting more till the new season.

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Old 11-29-2010, 04:27 PM   #2
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if you have an ACE hardware try there. or the do it best web site they ship to store for free
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Old 11-29-2010, 04:58 PM   #3
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hey mat, go to vitale gas in bohemia, they have a pretty large selection of stuff from smokinlicious. plus wicked good charcoal. And they're down the road from restaurant depot, always stop if i pass one.
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There are two do-it-best hardware stores by you.
http://www.doitbest.com/Main.aspx?Pa...1788&radius=20
And they have all kinds of wood at decent prices
http://www.doitbest.com/4294967106-G...and+Sauces.dib
And they offer free shipping to the store. I have used them a few times. I don't see it now, but the Pecan was no too great IMHO.
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best bet is the landscape places that let u pick thru the woopiles. Oak, hickory, cherry, apple, mulberry and a load of fruitwoods are all indiginous around here. The landscape.firewood places have alot of oak and cherry. I paid 25 bucks to load up the back of the escalade.

also, head out east to the orchards. Apple, peach, plum, its all available and they are glad to let u haul it away.

lastly, make friends with the neighborhood tree guys. for a few bucks, or a racks of ribs, they will call u when they have a nut or fruit tree and u go grab it as they cut it.
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If you are not able to go searching try Mainegrillingwoods.com. The shipping is free and you can get logs or chunks with free shipping. Just ordered hickory and cherry a few weeks ago. The problem I have with DOItbest sometimes is that their wood is old.
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best bet is the landscape places that let u pick thru the woopiles. Oak, hickory, cherry, apple, mulberry and a load of fruitwoods are all indiginous around here. The landscape.firewood places have alot of oak and cherry. I paid 25 bucks to load up the back of the escalade.

also, head out east to the orchards. Apple, peach, plum, its all available and they are glad to let u haul it away.

lastly, make friends with the neighborhood tree guys. for a few bucks, or a racks of ribs, they will call u when they have a nut or fruit tree and u go grab it as they cut it.
Thanks for the tips. I will keep my eyes open now when I'm out in wine country
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