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Apple Wood Chunks

If you look at the type of wood you use as an additional layer of flavor then apple is worth trying out on your next cook. This wood delivers a mild yet sweet flavor which pairs well with such meats as poultry and fish.

Cherry Wood Chunks

Cherry as a fruit wood delivers a mild fruity flavor to your food, a lot of cooks choose cherry for the mahogany color it delivers. This is why many Pitmasters like it for ribs and other pork cuts.

Hickory Wood Chunks

This staple in most backyards is a sturdy would delivering a strong flavor suitable for most meats. Hickory Chunks have a moderate flavor to add a smoked flavor it quicker cook times without over powering the meat.

Mapple Wood Chunks

For years many have reach across the breakfast table for this flavor to accent their pancakes so is it any wonder many enjoy this wood when cooking. This maple wood offers a nice mild sweet smoke suitable for pork, fish and small game.

Mesquite Wood Chunks

A taste of the Southwest with every bite you take when you cook with Mesquite. This strong flavorful wood will stand up with equally hearty cuts such as beef, brisket and wild game.

Pecan Wood Chunks

No matter how you pronounce it, this wood is a favorite among Pitmasters in the Southwest. Hard enough to handle a long cook yet delivers a mild enough flavor to enhance your even poultry menu.

Post Oak Wood Chunks

This Texas favorite brings a subtle smoky flavor which is a perfect complement for just about any rub or seasoning. This wood pairs well with any protein or vegetable you would like to try. You can even use it for lamb or small game.

Cherry Cooking Wood

A fruit wood which not only delivers a mild fruity flavor to your food, a lot of cooks choose cherry for the mahogany color it delivers. This is why many Pitmasters like it for ribs and other pork cuts.

Oak Cooking Wood

This Texas favorite brings a subtle smoky flavor which is a perfect complement for just about any rub or seasoning. This wood pairs well with any protein or vegetable you would like to try. You can even use it for lamb or small game.