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    Orange wood

    Hey friends, does anyone have experience cooking with orange wood? We've got a fairly good supply here and I'd like to give it a try. Just wondering about any thoughts on smoke, taste, burn time, etc.

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    I found this online a while back. http://www.fruitawoodchunks.com/orangewood.html

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      #3
      Thanks for the link. I visited the local firewood guy and picked up some orange for tonight's cook (they were out of apple and cherry). A Google search reveals similar comments about it being mild. Also found a post about some BBQ joint a few towns over using it exclusively for flavoring.

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        #4
        You are welcome.
        Lots of orange here in Florida. I am going to look for some and give it a try

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          #5
          I don't see any fruit wood being over powering. I think I smoke with cherry more for the aroma it gives while smoking, than what it hits my palate with.

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          #6
          Someone either here in The Pit or on the main AR site commented on using orange wood and it being great. That's one I haven't personally tried yet. I'm thinking you'll be juuuust fine.

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            #7
            hey.. eugenek Let us know how that worked for ya

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              #8
              M&M market here in Studio City uses a variety of woods in their weekend cooks, orange being one of them. Their chicken wings are a thing of simple beauty.

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                #9
                The orange wood worked out fine, I can't say I noticed much of a difference from the other fruit woods. I used it with pecan during the first couple hours of the cook.

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                  #10
                  I used it for the first time on Ribs two weeks ago. Just clean and mild smoke flavor.

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