alabamaSmoke Wood

from Alabama

Hickory

Hardwood doesn’t get much tougher than Hickory, so it’s used for all kinds of “handles” from hammers to pick axes.It’s real slow growin’, and likes the company of taller trees. It also has a lot of heat stored up in it. You can tell the difference when you load up your pot belly stove with hickory!  Well, the coals last longer too, and that’s probably why it got used so much in smokin’ early on It’s an all time favorite for any critter
that sounds like “oink!’

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The color of this wood has a definite redish cast… looks just like the picture. It’s light and smoky… and fruity, a lot like peach wood. Good with light meats like fowl, and some cuts of pork.

 

 

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An all time Southern favorite for fowl (turkeys, chickens, Cornish hens, etc).  It’s smoky, but not bacon flavored, and that’s why the ladies in our home like it with birds.  Lately, a lot of folks are fussin’ over whether or not to use smoke wood with the bark still on it? Well, we never take the bark off the wood. Fact is, down South in ‘Bama some folks even use Pecan shells and Hickory husks for smokin’. It’s really just whatever you like!

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