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  • WooDoggiesWooDoggies Posts: 2,390
    BBQfan1,[p]I love that picture. :~)[p]WD~43
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    <p />thirdeye,[p]martha's house!
    she has the outbuilding used for housing farm hands in the past...[p]
    my house and yellow barn at upper right edge
    cornmaze1.jpg[p]fire jumper

  • MetalheadMetalhead Posts: 668
    Smokin Canuck,
    they are about 3" x 4" x 4" I just slap them on top of the coals....I tried using a hatchet to cut up smaller but let's face it....I live in Georgia where there are groves and groves of pecan trees so I just went as small as that.

  • MetalheadMetalhead Posts: 668
    Lizard Dragger,
    you gotta be the most enthusiastic pre-egger I ever did see. I hope that you have the most funnest time this Saturday. 3-1/2 days 84 =/- hours tick tock tick tock tick[p]
    what is the first cook you are planning?

  • thirdeye,
    Apply and cherry chunks, with cherry shavings (I think). Almost 1 year since cutting. Sadly, these came from our family farm which was sold and demolished. The cherry tree sat next to our underground gas tanks. Hopefully this won't give new meaning to the term "flashback" :)[p]Do I need to remove the bark? No idea what I'm going to do with the shavings...soak and treat like chips I guess.[p]CIMG1002.jpg[p]CIMG1001.jpg[p][p]

  • Metalhead,[p] I will probably go with spatchcock chicken on the 1st cook. Man I can't wait!!

  • Lizard Dragger,
    we don't mess around in ohio![p]good choice on th first cook with the sptckd chicken. it's good gasket maintenance.

  • Rick's Tropical Delight,[p] That pic is just of my recently purchased wood, not to mention what I already have!! I tried some of the Kroger bread dough from one of your posts in the oven tonite, cant wait to try it in the Egg!!
  • Lizard Dragger,
    <img src=>[p]meijers has the rhodes frozen bread doughs and tiseo's frozen pizza dough and try those kroger white dinner rolls and

  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
    mukl,[p]If it comes off easily I usually take it off.[p]~thirdeye~

    Happy Trails

    Barbecue is not rocket surgery
  • Rick's Tropical Delight,[p] I'll try the other bread and the rolls, have to keep my eyes open for the Tiseos Pizza dough as well. I'll be sure to post pics too!!

  • WooDoggiesWooDoggies Posts: 2,390
    You're lucky to have Brett for a neighbor. He a good fella ... and I feel safe for you!

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    <p />thirdeye,
    These pics are from my Aunt and Grandmother's homes in South MS after hurricane Katrina. There were over 80 acres of pecan trees wiped out in total. Thank God all of my family was fine. Gots lots of pecan wood for smokin' now, though... Email me if you'd like a bag. I'll be heading back home next month and will replentish supplies.[p]DSC02020.jpg[p]DSC02018.jpg[p]DSC02030.jpg[p]All of the trees in the photos are pecans...[p]ss

  • mojopinmojopin Posts: 200
    Rick's Tropical Delight,[p]Wow, so I guess your love for food and the BGE is more than your love for billiards! LOL and that MAZE is awesome, I would totally be lost in less than 30 seconds.[p]-Jill
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