Depending on the flavor that you desire you may cook with a variety of woods. You can use hickory, oak, apple, cherry, orange wood, pecan, peach, almond, grapevines, etc. Softwoods, such as pine or fir are not generally recommended and mesquite is not recommended because of its corrosive nature.
- Are Ole Hickory Pits listed for sanitation, gas and electric?
- Can I install an Ole Hickory Pit indoors through a wall?
- Do I have to burn wood?
- Does the burner require L.P. or Natural Gas?
- How can Ole Hickory Pits reduce meat cost?
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- How do I clean an Ole Hickory Pit?
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- How economical are Ole Hickory Pits to operate?
- How is temperature regulated?
- Is training required to operate an Ole Hickory Pit?
- What is the Ole Hickory Pits return policy?
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- What types of wood can I use?
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What types of wood can I use?
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