[Sca-cooks] Smoked Meats in Northern Europe

King's Taste Productions kingstaste at comcast.net
Sun Oct 8 07:32:14 PDT 2006

Pecans bear greatest every other year.  
Who, until Hurrican Opal, had two 100-year old pecan trees in neighbor's
yards that provided bi-annual nut harvests

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> > > > As for pecan, did you know you can just use soaked pecan shells
smoking and it comes out wonderful? No sense using the wood when
you use the nutmeats for something else. Also good just for throwing
on the briquette coals when grilling.< < < < <

I've seen the shells used before, and had meat from the effort.  Good
While my treees are mysteriously not throwing any nuts, they do drop off
limbs and branches periodically with a stiff wind.  I get a steady
of small pecon wood, and have to wait to figure out the pecan dirth with
three trees.  Black walnut struggling to live throws walnuts, though.

niccolo difrancesco

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