Oak is great on its own and for adding more smoke flavor when cooking with Apple, Cherry, and Maple. It is also often mixed with Hickory to reduce smoke flavor.
White Oak is the most popular cooking wood and is fairly common in North Carolina.
AVAIALABLE IN 30 LB BAGS
- 6-8″ chunks
- 14-16″ long pieces
- Custom sizes available
Identifying Oak Trees
- White Oak bark is ashy gray, very scaly, and platelike turning from smooth to ridged as the tree matures..
- Red Oak leaves turn red during the fall. White Oak leaves have scarlet or purple tips.
- Acorns of a Red Oak are 1″ and have an oblong shape. White Oak acorns are about 3/4″ long.