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    The easy way...

    The temp is easier to control in my Lang when the wood is split about the diameter of a beer can. So the best way to do that is to get this Click image for larger version

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    #2
    Nice add to the arsenal my friend. WTG!

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      #3
      Archimedes would be proud.

      I was looking at a small offset that needed wood about the size of pool sticks in diameter to remain even-steven.

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        #4
        Nice stash of wood there DWC!

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          #5
          DW, I know it gets coooold in Kentucky. But here in Florida where I am wood is cheap even split wood. I have a guy that gets me a cord of split Oak for $120.00. Simple there is no demand for wood in Florida. Most everyone around here puts gas logs in their fireplaces. Which to me defeats the purpose of a fireplace.

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          • DWCowles
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            Guy, I cut my own wood for smoking only. I don't heat with it. I have never cook with oak wood just mostly hickory and apple. I'm planning on putting the Lang to work in 2015 I have kin folks from Indiana to Georgia that wants me to cook for them.

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          DW, you need to be good to cook for the ones from GA. I don't know much about Indiana. I am sure you are up to the task. Have you ever used cherry wood? I smoked some chicken parts (thighs and drums) last weekend with apple and I think I put too much in my WSM. Both trays were full of chickens and I put in three chunks of apple. The meat was excellent in moistness and flavor but I just thought maybe too much smoke.

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            #7
            LOL...I'm just the average joe backyard q'er. No, I haven't cook with cherry wood yet but I have cut some that I will use when it season out.

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