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A good find or what the???

Rusty RoosterRusty Rooster Posts: 1,239
edited 9:42PM in EggHead Forum
Walking around a building surplus store and saw a display of this. Never heard of it but for $2.50 a container I figured I had to get one and come ask yall if it was good on anything.


  • SlotmercenarySlotmercenary Posts: 1,071
    i have never seen it before but definetly let us know how it tastes and works out. might be a pioneer here..................
    i wonder if coffee wood will taste good if you bake some cinnamon buns??
  • Rusty RoosterRusty Rooster Posts: 1,239
    I have been experamenting with a cinnamon roll recipe, funny you should say that. I had not been using any smoke on them.
  • I went to the website on the container and it's some crazy poetry website instead? It seems like it would be good for some things, never heard of it though.
  • Rusty RoosterRusty Rooster Posts: 1,239
    Yea, the web site is not much help LOL
  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,239
    The guy is probably high on the coffee wood smoke!!
  • Rusty RoosterRusty Rooster Posts: 1,239
    :side: haha, maybe I need to send some to Little Steven to put under his "pot lights". :woohoo:
  • -=mirko=--=mirko=- Posts: 54
    I found this info...

    Robin's Wood Pages
    Location: Apartado 322-6100, Ciudad Colon, Costa Rica, 506-249-3125
    Description: Coffee Wood has been used as the primary source of cooking fuel in Costa Rica for centuries. It brings an unsurpassed flavor to barbecued and smoked foods — rich, savory, delicious, barbecuing at it's very best. Great with all sorts of meats, fish, poultry and veggies too!!
    Prices: $5.99/.75# ($4.99 for S&H)
  • Rusty RoosterRusty Rooster Posts: 1,239
    Looks like mirko finally got into their web site, the rest of us could not. None of the rest of you seem to have heard of using is so I guess I will just give them a try, when I am not gooking for guests. LOL
  • -=mirko=--=mirko=- Posts: 54
    Here's an archived copy of the original coffewood web site. It even has some recipes on it.
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