Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Anyone happen to know of a good source for either smoke wood or lump in
NJ, shore area?

For smoke wood I'm thinking about Delicious Orchards, a large farm
market with a decent sized apple orchard I believe, or maybe some of the
wineries. I figure they must have some used wine barrels (oak, right?)
to get rid of.

As for lump, I don't know where to find any short of the Cowboy stuff at
Lowes. I've pretty well decided to go with Kingsford briquettes instead,
at least for now.

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John L wrote:

For smoke wood I'm thinking about Delicious Orchards, a large farm
market with a decent sized apple orchard I believe,


Get in contact with them now, as they should be just finishing up with
pruning. You could snag some significant piles of wood. Wait too long and
it'll be burned as waste or chipped into mulch.
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Anyone happen to know of a good source for either smoke wood or lump in
NJ, shore area?

For smoke wood I'm thinking about Delicious Orchards, a large farm
market with a decent sized apple orchard I believe, or maybe some of the
wineries. I figure they must have some used wine barrels (oak, right?)
to get rid of.

As for lump, I don't know where to find any short of the Cowboy stuff at
Lowes. I've pretty well decided to go with Kingsford briquettes instead,
at least for now.



I hold my nose and get Royal Oak lump at WalMart. That's the only thing I
buy there.

Jack


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Jack Schidt® wrote:
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:: I hold my nose and get Royal Oak lump at WalMart. That's the only
thing I
:: buy there.
::
:: Jack

I buy their packer cut brisket (the only unadultered meat in the
place) because it's the only place around here I can buy packer cuts.

BOB


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Jack Schidt® wrote:
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:: I hold my nose and get Royal Oak lump at WalMart. That's the only
thing I
:: buy there.
::
:: Jack

I buy their packer cut brisket (the only unadultered meat in the place)
because it's the only place around here I can buy packer cuts.


Hehe, there's always 1 or 2 things they have that no one else does.

Jack




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