This is a question that is hotly debated by all cooks from the professional to the back yard enthusiast. Everything from the
species of wood to the moisture content and what is being cooked are important factors in making the final decision. It all adds
to the fun of cooking with wood and determining your favorite combination of meat, wood and method. A general guideline is to
use good quality hardwoods that have been kiln dried to a moisture content of 15% or less and have an aromatic quality that
matches the food you are preparing. Smokers tend to like a higher moisture content and strongly aromatic woods like hickory
and mesquite, while those cooking more delicate and milder meats, poultry and fish will select dryer, milder woods like oak,
cherry, pecan and fruitwoods. And we haven’t even gotten into sauces, marinades and rubs.

Southern Fuelwood offers kiln dried Oak, Hickory, Cherry, Pecan and other southern hardwoods in a variety of cuts, splits,
chips, chunks and grilling woods in bags, boxes or bulk pallets. Contact us for your specific needs info@southernfuelwood.com

Southern Fuelwood is the manufacturer of all of the quality wood products that we sell. We are not a reseller of someone else’s products and we do not produce our products from diseased wood from Tree Surgeons. We are not in that business as some of our firewood competitors are and you can be assured that all Southern Fuelwood products are from carefully selected healthy trees. We have built a solid reputation on our ability to deliver to our customers the right cut, split, moisture content, packaging and species of heat treated wood that provides the best value and results for their business. We offer competitive prices, quick service and dependability you can count on. Let Florida’s original “Woodman” provide you with the best possible products and service for your business.