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Thread: Where can I find Pecan scraps/chips for smoker

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    Where can I find Pecan scraps/chips for smoker

    Were can I get some affordable pecan for my smoker? Prices seem crazy to mail order from amazon. I wish it grew in Ohio.

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    Might want to google Green Valley Pecan Company
    They sell wood local, not sure about mail order
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Brinkmeyer View Post
    Might want to google Green Valley Pecan Company
    They sell wood local, not sure about mail order
    No mail order for wood. Only personal pick up.

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    come visit me in NY and you can chop up and take all the hickory and oak chips you can carry . . . .

    Pecan is very similar to hickory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russell lusthaus View Post
    come visit me in NY and you can chop up and take all the hickory and oak chips you can carry . . . .

    Pecan is very similar to hickory.
    Pecan to me is a bit milder. I prefer it over hickory when cooking pork

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    I believe the "big box stores" carry bags of pecan for smokers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Verwoest View Post
    I believe the "big box stores" carry bags of pecan for smokers.
    Yeah, you can get giant bags of it (20 pounds?) from the BORG for not a lot of money. Hickory, pecan, cherry,...

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    You want whole splits, or chunks/chips?
    Splits I canít help with. Chunks and chips Iíve bought from both Home Depot and ace. Itís stocked In northeast Ohio, anyways

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    I have given wood shavings from turning to a friend that smokes meat. Got some jerky and sausage for payment and got rid of 30 gallon of shavings. Also have given him Mesquite for same purpose. The shavings have to be dampened to get good smoke, but work well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Curtis View Post
    Pecan to me is a bit milder. I prefer it over hickory when cooking pork
    Maple no good? I've used it smoking pork shoulder, came out great.

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    Cant help with pecan, but Iíve always smoked pork over fruitwood. My favorite is peach. However, Iíve never seen peach splits because the tree doesnít get that large.

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