This was my second time making Dutch's WBB's. The first time I made them in the oven and they were nothing less than fantastic! This time I decided to get creative (mistake #1) and actually smoke the WBB's. So I fired up the smoker and got it up to temp while I was preparing the beans. I added a few small dry chunks of mesquite wood and stuck the beans in. I thought a little smoke flavor would bee great for these beans (mistake #2). After the beans reached 160 I pulled them and brought them in the house for a test taste. YUCK! they tatsed like burned wood, not like a the gentle hint of mesquite smoke I wanted and was attempting. Here is what I think I did wrong: 1.) I used to much wood again! - darn I gotta get used to this new smoker. 2.) I really think I should have soaked the wood chunks, in water, so they would not "burn" and would have just smoldered & Smoked. But with my kind of smoker (Smokin' Tex PRO 1400 - like a Cookshack SM009) everyone tells me they don't soak the wood at all? So what do you guy's & gal's think? Should I have even attempted to kiss the beans with smoke or is this just not done?