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Where do you get BBQ firewood for stick burners?

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    #16
    I’m blessed to have a local wood guy that stocks a handful of different woods. Always a huge stack of oak, which is my go-to for smoking. Usually has hickory and a few fruit and nut woods too.

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      #17
      Cut my own. Usually at my old man's place or my buddies farm.

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        #18
        I was going through $100 of wood shipped online very quickly when I first got my pit. After trying this strategy twice, I learned my lesson, and had a guy on Craigslist drop off a truckload for $125. I'd say he gave me the equivalent of maybe $600 worth of wood from Fruita or Carolina Cookwood, maybe even more.

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          #19
          Craigslist. Found a couple of local guys who do firewood and asked for oak and pecan.

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            #20
            Never ordered from this place, seems super expensive to me. Might be a good source in a pinch.

            https://www.cuttingedgefirewood.com/

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