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Old 04-03-2007, 11:09 PM
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No doubt about it, the best wood is free wood!

Richie, if you find that one of the oaks burns differently then just save it for a different purpose....like heating up the oven as opposed to using it while cooking.

I like to use old pallets for generating heat as they burn great and are well seasoned (dry), then I use other woods like oak and olive for the burning fire while making pizza or baking.

A touch of any other smoking woods can be nice for flavor when grilling. I used to save my pruned branches from an apple tree but more recently I have purchased the wood chips and soaked them for use on the BBQ (Apple, Alder, Hickory, Mesquite, etc.) and using branches with your fire will add flavor when you want it for grilling meats, etc.

Enjoy....
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