I do some smoking here and there, but I also sell firewood on the side. Would there be any market for wood cookies? Say, hickory and cherry. Flat rate USPS boxes aren't too expensive. Is there a price point? I wouldn't mind selling some wood. I cut all kinds of cherry, usually run into some hickory. Of course, Run into all other kinds of wood along the way. What I do personally is cut a 1-2" cookie off of the log. Then I take a small hatchet (hammer and screwdriver should work) and break it up into chunks to smoke. I can easily solve the bar oil contamination problem by running vegetable oil (or canola), of which has been done by many people without many poor side effects. Even green wood only takes little time to season when it's an inch or two thick, leave it out in the sun. It takes way less time being so thin, water escapes mostly out the ends of logs, not the sides. Does anyone currently do this, or would this be of interest to anybody?