Re: BBQ ARMS
- From: Vesper <tjf126@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 03 Jul 2009 20:54:51 -0500
On Fri, 03 Jul 2009 19:30:32 -0500, VegA <jiuniver@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Fri, 03 Jul 2009 19:18:34 -0500, Vesper <tjf126@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Had I known you guys were so well armed, I would have come over from
Food Cooking earlier. I get reamed in Dylan for supporting CC and
can not seem to get across to one of our British friends that
disarming a population is the first step to Authoritarianism. I got
some help, though, so it was not too bad.
What is the best wood for cooking over a campfire? I want a smoky
taste but I do not want it overwhelming.
It's to taste. I like Mesquite and Jack Daniel's oak. Those 2 have a
stronger smoke. If you want mild I would say to try Alder. It is a
lighter smoke. What can you get in your area?
Are you adding chunks/chips or are you talking about the wood you are
using to provide fire, or both?
As to the guns. IMHO, beer, Q, and guns are as big a part of this
country as is Mom and Apple Pie.
And I am a Yankee!
I have worked with charcoal and want to try wood to see if the taste
is any better. I am still researching the woods available but I know
there are chips to be had and I could use them if no one has firewood
that would serve the purpose.
I agree with your other comments but I gave up drinking 27 years ago
and I would drop the beer from the list. I do love Mom, apple pie,
guns and BBQ though .... lol
You got PC down pat.
Have a good and safe 4h.
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