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English Walnut

post #1 of 8
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I just scored a nice load of english walnut and have a new load of oak comming next week, enough to last me the rest of this year and well into 2008, I fuel my smoker with nothing but wood, so far the walnut I've tried was very nice but I mix it with maple and oak, I might just grab all the walnut I can since it's free, it sure is pretty wood it's a damn shame someone knocked it down and left it lay the trunk was probally 40 inches across.
post #2 of 8
that stuff also makes great guitar necks.
post #3 of 8
walnut has a really strong flavor doesnt it?
this reminds me of a chunk of walnut i found last winter on our hunting grounds, forgot to go back and get it.
post #4 of 8
English walnut - I'm thinking furniture ... whoa!
post #5 of 8
same herebiggrin.gif but i would like to try it sometime,
post #6 of 8
NASTY ICKY leave it lay, and i also read were it might be toxic, not sure but i did try it once and will never do that again
post #7 of 8
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Nasty ? munches another boneless rib finger ........ Icky ? ,,,,, licks juice off fingers ,, Poison ? ,,,, reaches for another one ,, who cares !!! belchhhhhhhhhhhhhh .Remember I'm useing it for fuel not as a main smoking wood and I'm mixing it with maple and oak , I wouldn't recomend useing just the walnut it would be to strong.
post #8 of 8
exactly... some say mesquite(skeet) is too strong... it's all personal preference....personally to me... it makes great guitar necks.... i've sen people burn up curly & bird'seye maple ... to me thatsa better fit for a luthier... just cause i know how expensive it is & building musical insturments- i know the true value...
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