This comes on the heels of my last question about wood orientation. The included picture is hickory that was smoked for 3 hours at 200 degrees. It doesn't appear very burnt/smoked to my eyes. But I'm a newb. Comments?
quote:Originally posted by Pags:
If the wood is correctly oriented and the element is touching the bottom of the wood box, then you should get a good burn. As the smoker seasons, it smokes better and more readily though I'm not sure of the reasoning for this. Sometimes the wood doesn't completely turn to ash although it will get completely blackened and partially burnt.