Shed-Seasoned Cooking Wood

NC Green Heat recycles all wood materials from our partners Tree Service operations. We put a lot of time and effort into transforming waste wood into usable energy forms.

We sell Apple, Cherry, Oak, Maple, Hickory, and Pecan wood for barbecuing & smoking. If you're looking for any other type of wood, just ask.

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Split, Cut, and Ready To go...

Wood Ovens, Grills & Smokers have different size fireboxes. Some will handle standard Cord Wood Sizes, while others require special sizes.

  • Big Green Eggs: 1" - 2" peices
  • Grills & Smokers: 6" - 8" Chunks
  • Pizza Ovens: 16" thin-split w/ 2" diameter
  • Custom Sizes Available

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Available in 15lb or 30lb Bags...

It's hard to tell how much wood you'll need without experience. Smoking meat can take 4 to 20 hours and you don't want to run out during the middle of a cookout.

We recommend getting an extra bag just in case. Try mixing Apple or Cherry with Hickory or Oak for a fruity, smoky flavor.

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Pizza Oven Cooking Wood

You'll want to use fully seasoned hard wood such as oak, apple, pecan, cherry, or maple. Wet wood smokes a lot more than seasoned wood and will give the pizza an odd smokey flavor.

Pizza Oven wood is cut to 16" length and split into small pieces with a 2" diameters.

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Big Green Egg Cooking Wood

Don't use lighter fluids because they'll be absorbed into the ceramics, permanently contaminating your Big Green Egg with nasty chemicals and tainting the flavor of your food.

You'll want to put 1" - 2" seasoned wood chunks on top of a layer of charcoal. They burn fast so you may need to add more while cooking.

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BBQ Wood & Smoking Wood

Any hardwood that is free of resin or sap is usually suitable for cooking. If the tree produces fruit or nuts, like Apple, Pear, Cherry, Pecan, or Walnut trees; then the wood is great for BBQ grilling or smoking.

We split and cut wood into 6″ – 8″ sections, but if you need custom sizes – just ask…

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Cherry Cooking Wood

Cherry Wood is best used for grilling or smoking poultry and pork. It usually gives lighter meats a pinkish-red to dark-brown tint.

The smoke taste is mild and it gives meat a sweet fruity taste. It mixes well with oak and apple.

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Oak Cooking Wood

Oak Cooking Wood gives meat a medium smoky flavor with no aftertaste; more than apple and cherry, but less than hickory. It's great with almost all meats: beef, poultry, pork, even fish.

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.

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Apple Cooking Wood

Apple Wood gives meat a sweet fruity taste and a mildly smoky flavor. It is most commonly used with chicken and pork but is great for all meats. Apple mixes well with Cherry, Oak & Hickory.

Apple is mild enough for flavoring a turkey or ham. It usually turns lighter meats dark-brown and gives skin a sweet fruity flavor.

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Hickory Cooking Wood

Hickory Wood gives meat the strongest smoky flavor of all our cooking woods. It is recommend for use with beef and pork.

Hickory Wood is usually mixed with other woods, not used alone. Using Hickory alone gives meat a smoky flavor that some people find overwhelming.

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Pecan Cooking Wood

Pecan Cooking Wood gives meat a sweet, slightly nutty taste with a medium smoky flavor. It is great with beef, chicken, and especially pork ribs.

Pecan Wood burns cooler giving more time for slow cooking meat. Meat cooked with Pecan is often juicier with a lot of flavor.

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Maple Cooking Wood

Maple Wood produces a mildly sweet, medium smoky taste. Best for cooking chicken and pork with vegetables. Different types of Maple Trees give meat different flavors.

Sugar Maple is the most commonly used type of Maple tree used for cooking wood. Silver Maples give meat a less sweet taste.

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Pizza Oven Cooking Wood

You’ll want to use fully seasoned hard wood such as oak, apple, pecan, cherry, or maple. Wet wood smokes a …

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Big Green Egg Cooking Wood

Don’t use lighter fluids because they’ll be absorbed into the ceramics, permanently contaminating your Big Green Egg with nasty chemicals …

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BBQ Wood & Smoking Wood

Any hardwood that is free of resin or sap is usually suitable for cooking. If the tree produces fruit or …

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Cherry Cooking Wood

Cherry Wood is best used for grilling or smoking poultry and pork. It usually gives lighter meats a pinkish-red to …

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Oak Cooking Wood

Oak Cooking Wood gives meat a medium smoky flavor with no aftertaste; more than apple and cherry, but less than …

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Apple Cooking Wood

Apple Wood gives meat a sweet fruity taste and a mildly smoky flavor. It is most commonly used with chicken …

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Hickory BBQ Cooking Wood

Hickory Wood gives meat the strongest smoke flavor of all cooking woods. Hickory is great with beef and pork, but …

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Pecan Cooking Wood

Pecan Cooking Wood gives meat a sweet, medium fruity, slightly nutty taste with a medium smoky flavor. It is great …

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Maple Cooking Wood

Maple Wood produces a mildly sweet, medium smoky taste. Best for cooking chicken and pork with vegetables. Different types of …