Smoking is the process of flavoring, browning, cooking, or preserving food by
exposing it to smoke from burning or smoldering material, most often wood.
Meats and fish are the most common smoked foo...
Sep 17, 2013 ... Comprehensive list of meat-smoking woods that includes meat pairings and
flavor profiles. Includes Oak, Hickory, Maple, Mesquite, Alder, ...
Jun 7, 2014 ... All wood is not created equal when it comes to smoking meat. ... In the middle
part of the spectrum are woods like hickory, maple, pecan, and ...
Wood adds smoke to barbecue meat and much of the romance. ... that are 100%
flavor wood including alder, apple, cherry, hickory, orange, pecan, and others.
For over 70 years New Braunfels Smokehouse has been the place for smoked
beef jerky, turkey jerky, spiral-sliced ham, peppered smoke turkey, smoked ...
Wood adds smoke to barbecue meat and much of the romance. Should you use
... A 50/50 Mix of Cherry & Hickory makes a nice blend for Turkey. HICKORY: ...
Hickory smoked ham, prime rib, bacon, sausage, seafood, lamb, and game birds.
Nov 5, 2014 ... However, too much heat and smoke and using the wrong type of wood can ruin
the meat. There is a variety of wood to use for BBQ from Hickory ...
Aug 24, 2007 ... The flavor is milder and sweeter than Hickory. Serve chutney made ... fruity
smoke which gives a rosy tint to light-colored meats. Good with all ...
Oct 6, 2012 ... Find out what barbecue woods go best with certain meats. ... Combine with pinon
, pecan/hickory, live oak or mesquite for even more interesting ...