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Smoking wood

I need to load up on my pecan wood for smoking. I usually buy this online from a guy in South Georgia. Does anyone have a source here locally ?

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  • Ace Hardware, most BBQ dealers, Bass Pro
    Dan, Columbia,Mo.
  • ShiffShiff Posts: 1,351
    Where is 'local'?
    Barry Lancaster, PA
  • Sorry guys. I'm in Atlanta.
  • AcnAcn Posts: 1,083
    My local Home Depot has pecan.

    LBGE

    Pikesville, MD

  • If you were a bit closer I'd tell you about the Pecan grove just north of Pichaco Peak on the way to Tucson. These folks are great! Stacks of cut Pecan free for the taking. They pile it up higher than a pickup, and most of it is already dry.
  • ShiffShiff Posts: 1,351
    rsmith193 said:
    If you were a bit closer I'd tell you about the Pecan grove just north of Pichaco Peak on the way to Tucson. These folks are great! Stacks of cut Pecan free for the taking. They pile it up higher than a pickup, and most of it is already dry.
    Please give some directions. We get out there at least once/year and I'd love to pick up some more Pecan wood.
    Barry Lancaster, PA
  • Shiff said:


    rsmith193 said:

    If you were a bit closer I'd tell you about the Pecan grove just north of Pichaco Peak on the way to Tucson. These folks are great! Stacks of cut Pecan free for the taking. They pile it up higher than a pickup, and most of it is already dry.

    Please give some directions. We get out there at least once/year and I'd love to pick up some more Pecan wood.


    It is on the west side of I-10 just north of Pichaco Peak. Cant miss it. The is a sign that's says free Pecan wood. You'll see piles of it. Most of it is dry already. I'll pick jp some when I go the the Freedom RV Center competition in February.
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