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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    What kind of cooker?
    I have a Masterbuilt-40 Smoker--
    Ken

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    On an electric I would use cherry and apple or alder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    On an electric I would use cherry and apple or alder.
    What is alder i don't think that I have seen that what does that wood smell like

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    It is similar to birch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    It is similar to birch.
    THANKS----------------Ken

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    Pecan is my favorite....

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    along the same lines.....

    do you guys peel the bark off??

    i noticed a slight bitter taste if i put the meat on too soon and there is bark on the wood still..ruined a salmon filet or two

    i have noticed cherry gives a really great color

    i tend to use apple for most everything, but toss in a chunk of other woods when i come across them...never used pecan or peach or hickory.

    my best advice use what is local ..spotted alder is great for fish, so i suspect it would work for anything, Native Americans used it here locally...
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    I love the smell of hickory!I probably would buy it as a cologne!
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