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Old 11-03-2006, 12:18 PM   #1
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BBQ Wood Chunks

Just in case any one here is interested and is looking for a reasonable place to buy wood chunks with great service and fair shipping prices.

www.snapdragon.com go to links on left side, down to 'Grilling Chunks"

I ordered 10lbs of sugar maple chunks and 10lbs of cherry chunks yesterday for $12.99 each; $25.98, $9.31 S&H, $35.29 total I didn't think that price was too bad seeing that I usually mix my chunks, these two flavors ought to last me through next summer.

I see today on their site, however, the price is listed as $13.99/10lbs

They were just delivered today. These are very good size chunks, no bark.

http://www.snappdragon.com/hard-wood-gr ... p-164.html

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Old 11-03-2006, 12:32 PM   #2
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Sounds fair to me. Also might check out a place called Chigger Creek. I forget now but some famous bbq person owns it I think. Big C store down here stocks it. Looks purty good. Think the fella charge near seven bucks for a 4 lb bag.

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Old 11-03-2006, 01:26 PM   #3
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You can also try these folks www.smokinlicious.com they have some pretty cool stuff and a very unique product.
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Old 11-03-2006, 01:36 PM   #4
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You can also try these folks www.smokinlicious.com they have some pretty cool stuff and a very unique product.
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I saw you guys were using there stuff at Oinkfest....I wonder if they have a walk up store..they are that far away from me....might save me on S&H
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Old 11-03-2006, 01:44 PM   #5
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You can also try these folks www.smokinlicious.com they have some pretty cool stuff and a very unique product.
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Good looking products there Aaron, I bookmarked it.
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Old 11-03-2006, 03:33 PM   #6
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Yeah we were using the coconut and rum flavours at Oinktoberfest,turned out some fine Q.
I dont know if they are carried locally for you folks but try dropping them an email,super folks to deal with.
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Yeah we were using the coconut and rum flavours at Oinktoberfest,turned out some fine Q.
I dont know if they are carried locally for you folks but try dropping them an email,super folks to deal with.
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They are only about an hour away from me by car... I wonder If I can save S&H
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I've bought from here a couple of times. Chunks are always nice size. $14.95 for 20 lb. bags.

http://www.peopleswoods.com/charwood.htm
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If you check the smokinlicious homepage it states free shipping in the continental U.S.
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Well just got back from picking up my wood from Smokeinlicous…the wood looks great..no bark all heart wood…the “magic dust
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[quote="wittdog"]Well just got back from picking up my wood from Smokeinlicous…the wood looks great..no bark all heart wood…the “magic dust
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[quote="john pen"][quote="wittdog"]Well just got back from picking up my wood from Smokeinlicous…the wood looks great..no bark all heart wood…the “magic dust
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Great folks and a great product.No bark because its all the centers of the logs.I love the assortment of flavours also.
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Great folks and a great product.No bark because its all the centers of the logs.I love the assortment of flavours also.
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Whats a "flavour" ? Is it like the American "flavor" ?
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Queen english,crazy Canadians EH.
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I didnt want to pull the EH card....but since you said it...
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Coconut, or citrus, to name a couple of flavours
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I used the magic dust this weekend to "cool" smoke some sausage for my review check out this link...
http://www.bbq-4-u.com/viewtopic.php?t=6625
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