Here in the USA we use any wood that has a editable fruit or nut for the most part, not sure what type of tree's you have there as that's a large area, I would search some of you local tree types. coconut husks and shells have been used before with a good flavor
Oh thanks, Ive been trying to understand the names, but most are in the local language. Thanks a bunch!!!!Deeez,
For a number of years I traveled frequently to Kuala Lumpur for business and usually tagged on a a pleasure side-trip to Georgetown. Where ever I went, BBQ restaurants were abundant though most were Chinese or Korean. On a few occasions, however, I'd find places offering "American Style BBQ", or "Texas Style BBQ". In speaking to the owners of these places about their operations I found that the smoking woods most commonly used were mangrove, sugar cane, and several different types of fruit woods native only to Southeast Asia. The only one of the fruit woods I recall was rambutan, which is similar to lychee.
Deez - Glad you were able to find some local mangrove wood. Let us know what you think once you get a chance to try it.Dear all as promised, I have found the local mangrove wood as dls1 mentioned. I’m just waiting for the delivery to try. Thanks again for everyone input and sharing.
Hey DLS1,Deez - Glad you were able to find some local mangrove wood. Let us know what you think once you get a chance to try it.
BTW, where are you located in Malaysia?
Can share the contacts on ordering the mangrove wood. Am based in KL as wellHey DLS1,
Will do, We are under Movement Control, so the distributor hasn't been able to pick it up as of yet. Im looking forward to trying it as well.
Im in Kuala Lumpur, hope to meet up sometime after this covid issue has been resolved.
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