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    Default Spiced wood

    Not a recipe per se, but I got a bag of wood awhile back with a baggie of basil, rosemary, and tarragon you're supposed to add to the woodchip soak water or sprinkle over the wood.

    It really is quite excellent. The SMOKE alone smells delicious, and it infuses into the meat nicely.

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    555Dave Guest

    Default Soaked Apple Chips

    I have a recipe for smoked ribs using Apple chips soaked in Apple Cider. Did you use soaked chips in your SmokinTex? I thought the wood needed to be dry?

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    Default Wet ro Dry

    555Dave-The Smokin Tex is designed to work with dry woods. The way the cabinet is designed it will provide enought moisture to keep the meats tender. Good Luck ....Steve

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    Default Concur with dry wood

    Dry is the way to go, you don't want any solution dripping down on the electric elements. If you want to try the cider, then soak your wood and let it dry for use later. You can also add seasonings to the wood box. I like small branches of rosemary. Tasty with both chicken and venison. YUMMMM

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