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Wood sources

SandiSandi Posts: 107
edited 11:30PM in EggHead Forum
Smoking wood here is limited. Would like some apple, maple sugar and pecan woods. Who do you eggsperts use as a wood source? Thanks in advance!

Comments

  • FireballFireball Posts: 354
    Sandi,
    Here is a great source, which I use.
    WillieB
    Real Name Ray Bonner
    Occupation Service Manager
    Location Lubbock,TX USA
    E-mail BBQfactory@aol.com [p]Fireball [p]

  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Sandi, if you're close enough to Atlanta, I'll give you some pecan. I sent some to Fireball up in MI but by the time I paid the inflated UPS charge, it may have been cheaper for him to deal with someone who does this for a living. So,if you want to deal with someone who does this for a living try:
    OUTDOORCHEF@AOL.COM
    Here the text of a note he sent:
    "we have chunks of Mesquite, Oak, pecan, hickory all 30-35 lbs at $12.00 plus shipping.
    Apple at $16.00
    We have apple, maple, mequite, hickory, alder, pecan and cherry chips in any size bag you want at $1.25 lb.[p]our little one page website is
    www.lubbockhospitalitly.com/outdoorchef"[p]He's also on the forum, so he may come through with your post as well.[p]

  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    My post and Fireball's post will take you to the same final destination. You'll just get there differently.
  • CatCat Posts: 556
    Sandi,[p]This BGE dealer has a great selection, and they'll sell 20 lb. bags as well as the 2 lb. size offered on the site. The chunks are a good size for the Egg.[p]Cathy
    [ul][li]Outdoor Home[/ul]
  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Wise One, and also the website for WillieB should be:
    www.lubbockhospitality.com/outdoorchef (there is an extra "l" in the original note he sent.

  • SandiSandi Posts: 107
    Wise One,[p]Thanks for your offer of the pecan wood! I ordered some wood from the place that you posted. Thanks for the information![p]BTW...I live down in the Columbus area!

  • WillieBWillieB Posts: 21
    Sandi,
    We are a mom and pop type place and carry the woods you might want.
    We have been cooking in contests for nigh onto 15 years. All the way from Memphis in May to New Mexico. If we can help you, drop us a line.[p]www.lubbockhospitality.com/outdoorchef[p]Ray and Sharon

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