True.After the ice storm last year I have a lot of ash and oak wood. I have read the both are good for smoking red meats.
Anybody been using ash wood to BBQ and or smoking.
Lots of free apple, cherry, peach, plum, apricot, and pear wood here around Yakima. Just peel the bark to avoid all the chemical sprays they use.Many types of wood are good for smoking, including dried grape vines. What you want most of the time is a wood that does not contain a lot of oils (walnut, teak, etc). The exception would be western red cedar or western incense cedar which are great for fish (but not eastern Cedar). Wood from fruit trees is excellent and anyone with a yard usually has fruit trees to prune.