smoke layering

Started by jfgardner4, May 15, 2010, 09:46:44 AM

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Just a newbie question.  I have not seen it posted.  Of I were to layer my pucks, apple, cherry, apple, cherry, etc.  Would the flavor be "layered" in the meat i am smoking?

Just curious.


as the smoke flavor of the  wood  yes


I do that all the time.  I've got ribs on now and have alternating pecan and apple pucks.
Original Bradley Smoker with Dual probe PID, Traeger Texas BBQ075, Traeger Junior BBQ055, Bubba Keg with Stoker

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That's one of the great things about the Bradley, with other smokers figuring how much of this wood you have or that one might be at best a guess. Not so with a Bradley. Guess that is why my bradley melts so well with my inner controle freak........  ;D