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 There are various popular smoking woods that backyard chefs use but I often really enjoy cooking in wood recipe combinations.  A smoking wood recipe combination that is used quite a bit is Hickory wood mixed with Pecan wood.  The nice qualities of the pecan firewood help the meat tenderize and fall off the bone and then Hickory gives it the wonderful flavoring. 

Another interesting smoking wood combo that has been popular throughout the years has been Pecan wood mixed with Oak firewood. Some people have preferred this one because the Oak wood is used as the base firewood and then the pecan is placed on top.  Another way to do this is to use seasoned pecan and green pecan together. The seasoned pecan is what you use first in your firebox because it burns easily and when it burns down add the green pecan for a long and lasting smoke.

 

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6 Comments

Owner of Smoking Wood
Owner of Smoking Wood

November 11, 2014

Sarah,

Smoking wood pellets and pellet smokers are really fun to use. You’ll enjoy this smoker. There are certain smoking wood pellets that may work better with pork and others for beef. When you are smoking beef, I’d stick with the fruit smoking wood pellets. Something light and not the more intense pellets like Hickory pellets or Mesquite pellets. You’ll want to go with the smoking wood pellets like Peach, Apple and Maple. The lighter fruit smoking woods like these will give you a tender beef outcome. Great question Sarah

Sarah - Nebraska
Sarah - Nebraska

November 11, 2014

My husband bought a pellet smoker recently. Can you recommend a smoking wood pellet for beef?

thank you,
Sarah in Nebraska

Owner of Smoking Wood
Owner of Smoking Wood

November 11, 2014

Hi Joe,

That’s a good question. Everyone has a taste the like the most when smoking bbq ribs. I’ll just give my stance. I use a smoking wood combination of 75% pecan wood and 25% hickory wood. If I want to change it up using fruit woods, I go with persimmon wood and add some unique smoking wood pellets. The smoking wood pellets give me a range of options. I’d suggest you try out a good smoking wood combination and see how it works with you. But for bbq ribs, our customers have had a high success rate mixing pecan smoking wood and hickory smoking wood. Excellent question Joe.

Joe - North Carolina
Joe - North Carolina

November 11, 2014

Is there a best smoking wood for bbq ribs? I’ve always wondered. thank you

Upchurch Cooking Firewood
Upchurch Cooking Firewood

October 19, 2014

Tara,

Good question. One of the smoking woods that is suggested is Alder wood. It’s famous for alaskan fish and American river fish. There are some other good options too. I like Cherry, peach and apple pellets. Pellets are long burning and some of the best fruit woods will really do well. I wouldn’t use alder on meats as the best choice. But, if I had a variety of things to cook like fish and other meats, I’d use a great fruit wood like peach, apple or cherry. It will do wonderful with all your cooking.

Tara - New York
Tara - New York

October 19, 2014

What cooking wood do you suggest for cooking fish? Thanks for the help

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