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Hickory Wood Cooking
- The choice and combination of woods burned result in different flavors imparted to the meat. Woods commonly selected for their flavor include mesquite, hickory, maple, cherry, pecan, apple and oak. Woods to avoid include conifers.
- A stick made of hickory wood
- Trees in the genus Carya (from Ancient Greek ?????? "nut") are commonly known as Hickory, derived from the Powhatan language of Virginia. The genus includes 17–19 species of deciduous trees with pinnately compound leaves and large nuts.
- A chiefly North American tree of the walnut family that yields useful timber and typically bears edible nuts
- valuable tough heavy hardwood from various hickory trees
- American hardwood tree bearing edible nuts
hickory run // candlelight dinner
Lemon dill salmon and roasted potatoes cooked over the fire along with some boxed couscous. Not pictured is the corn on the cob we also cooked over the fire and then devoured before our actual meal.
I found a Red Hots scented candle in Josh's trunk. Romance.
Dinner was amazing thanks to my boyfriend's superb cooking skills. My mom says he's a keeper.
Coals With Hickory
Now to add the hickory chunks and the BBQ grille. I prefer to add the bigger chunks now, as once the grille is on you'll only fit the smaller ones in. You can now buy a Weber grille with lift up side sections so that you can add more coals and wood as you cook.
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