Camerons Products Large Bag BBQ Chunks, Oak
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- Bag weighs approximately 10 pounds
- Due to natural variations in wood density and chip size, bag weights will vary
- White oak is often used in commercial smoking; the most common type of wood used for smoking
- Wonderful with sausages and blended with cherry for smoking turkey
- Soak wood chunks for 20 minutes and place on hot coals for maximum flavor
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|Item Dimensions||20 x 8 x 11 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BBQC10-Ok|
|Shipping Weight||13.35 pounds|
Camerons Products, is your best smoking products resource. Place these fists sized wood chunks on hot coals to get maximum wood flavor infused into your BBQ foods. These wood chunks need to be soaked for about 20 minutes before placing on the charcoal in your BBQ. This package includes a 10-Pound bag of oak wood chunks. White oak is often a wood that is used in commercial smoking. It's the most common type of wood used for smoking. Oak is particularly wonderful with sausages and blended with cherry for smoking turkey.
Top Customer Reviews
The package that I received was full of consistently-sized small chunks (a little smaller than a fist), with no small chips, bark or dust present. The five-pound bag I ordered weighed in at six pounds, so I got my money's worth.
I weigh the wood chunks I use to smoke fish and other meats, and sometimes break some into smaller pieces with an axe for accuracy. How well the wood burns/smokes depends a lot on the way they're used (on a grill or in a smoker), and if they're used in a smoker, what type it is. I have a Smokin-It Model #1 Electric Smoker, and these wood chunks used inside this smoker burn evenly and completely, and never require soaking to keep them from igniting. Best of all, the fish I smoke with this wood is delicious.
Some folks complain about the price and, indeed, it's a hard to believe that a five-pound sack of dried wood chunks could cost $17, but someone has to pay for all the drying/processing/packaging, and where else are you going to get it? I never use more than three ounces of wood in my smoker at time, so the sack I bought will last me a good long time . No complaints here.
I'm glad I found a source for this great alder wood.