We have a great selection of smoking wood chips and cooking wood pellets. Shipped nationwide today!
Although there may still be remnants of information about winter firewood, cooking firewood, smoking wood and Santa Fe pinion wood on our website, we are no longer a full length firewood distributor and do not sell or ship any type of firewood (effective December 31, 2015)
If you are looking for the best smoking wood for cooking, look no further. We have the highest quality cooking wood in the nation. We store all our wood indoors and out of natures elements. Other competitors will ship you wet and rotted wood which costs you more and is lower quality. So, if you are looking for the best quality in the nation, choose our cooking woods for sale.
The way to choose your best smoking wood is to consider what you will be cooking. If you will be cooking or smoking fish, a really great smoking wood for sale is Alder wood from Alaska. If you are interested in smoking ribs and other beef then a really great smoking wood combination is using hickory smoking wood and pecan smoking wood. Also consider smoking wood pellets because they are a great supplement to your main cooking wood source. You can use cooking wood and smoking wood in your fireplace. Often the cooking woods smell better because some smoke does end up getting into your home and it might as well be an amazing smell like a fruit and nut firewood for sale. Some of the best smoking wood for cooking is pecan wood, persimmon wood and hickory smoking wood. It depends on what you are cooking but each of these firewood for sale make a wonderful cooking wood. Consider our smoking wood pellets and smoking wood chips especially if you have a grill. Often a large piece of smoking wood won't find underneath your grate but the wood pellets and wood chips do an excellent job. So if you are looking for the best smoking woods for cooking, then look no further and check out our excellent inventory for all year round cooking! If you are wanting to low down the burn time of your wood and increase smoke then a practice is to soak your pieces of smoking wood in water. There are times in that you your BBQ smoker that you are wanting more smoke and times you are needing less smoke and just more smoker heat. Altering your air vents and deciding whether or not to soak cooking wood or use dry smoking wood is up to you.