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Fruit woods like Apple, Alder, Cherry, Hickory, Maple, Mesquite, Oak, Black Walnut, Pecan, are the traditional smoking woods that give that great BBQ flavor when grilling food! The real flavor comes from the smoke of these woods as it penetrates the food.
woods like Apple, Orange, Alder, Cherry, Hickory, Maple, Mesquite,
Oak, Black Walnut, Pecan, are the traditional smoking woods that give that
great BBQ flavor when grilling food! Never use softer woods like pine or
spruce. The sap from pinewood is used for turpentine and no one wants
their barbecued steak
to taste like that. Further, some woods have a poisonous sap. The bark
from trees should also be avoided. It is really dead wood on the tree and
it is the outer layer that is susceptible to fungus, molds and parasites.
The inside wood from fruit and nut trees should be burned at a low
temperature in the smoker or barbecue grill.
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