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Western Pecan Mini Logs

Best alternative to cutting your own wood

mthoward91

Pros: Easy to use, good length for firebox, seasoned wood

Cons: almost to dry, heavy bags, lots of extra tree bark in bag

Was wanting to smoke some pork butts over pecan, to see what flavor profile I would get.  Picked these up at my local Academy, for around $11.99.  Cleaned up the firebox, rubbed some butts, and lite the propane torch, to get these mini logs a smoking.  First thing I noticed, is that this wood was very dry, and I had to really close down my firebox, or the wood would burn, not...
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Western Pecan Mini Logs

Western Pecan Mini Logs

“Was wanting to smoke some pork butts over pecan, to see what flavor profile I would get.  Picked these up at my local Academy, for around $11.99.  Cleaned up the firebox, rubbed some butts, and lite the propane torch, to get these mini logs a smoking.  First thing I noticed, is that this wood was very dry, and I had to really close down my firebox, or the wood would burn, not...” --mthoward91

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