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Shagbark Hickory

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Hi all, I just joined the forum even though I've had a Cookshack for 13 years. I grew up in Texas and in and out of the backdoor's of B-B-Q joints since I could be carried. First I ever remember was Sammy's in Fort Worth, Texas.....but I digress. WOOD!!!!!!!! Since being in the Northeast I have come across the Shagbark Hickory. It is milder that the Texas hickory and in fact my family has me ship them this wood. They say, and I agree, that the Shagbark is a much better smoking wood that the other types of hickory. Any comments????/

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A friend of mine in WV smokes with it and really likes it. Think I will ask him to send me some to try...Thanks for the info.

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Shagbark Hickory is what's harvested up here in Wisconsin and Minnesota


What I use cuz it's what's available




No Creosote! A-Maze-N Smokers

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What an education we get here?


Never heard of that stuff?


It is probably the stuff in Todds dust that I love so much?  LOL


Good luck and good smoking.

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