We believe the term CORD is used loosely by most firewood dealers in this day and age. We only sell firewood by CUBIC FOOTAGE based on CORD SPACED stacking.
Depending on what you’re looking for when you seek out firewood for sale, you’re going to want to purchase different types of wood. This is especially true if the wood will be used for outdoor cooking. Each kind of wood offers a different taste or a unique smoky flavoring to the various foods that you are going to be cooking. Jersey Firewood offers outstanding choices in firewood in:
The firewood that you buy should be well seasoned and ready to burn once you split it or have it split. You will want to be sure that your wood is about 18 inches long and about 4-5 inches around to be the perfect burning size. When purchasing firewood in Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, Passaic County, Morris County, Union County, Sussex County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, Mercer County, Monmouth County, and Hunterdon County, make sure that you order and buy it earlier on in the season. As the year continues, it gets harder and harder to purchase good well-seasoned firewood.
Everyone loves a nice crackling fire and using wood on your barbecue is a real benefit. Depending on the type of wood that you want, and what you can get, you’re in for a real treat. Your firewood selections will differ in some cases, depending even on what kind of meat you want to cook or smoke. Some super choices for smokers are apple, maple, pecan, plum, hickory, mesquite, or cherry. You can purchase your firewood in cords, as most people will normally buy, but you might also consider buying a smaller quantity of firewood and having it chipped. Some smokers take only chips rather than other kinds of wood and so having it chipped for you will be your only option.
The Best Wood for Your Food
Apple Wood offers a very mild smoke flavor that is moderately sweet. It is super with chicken and turkey as well as with pork chops.
Birch Wood has a very close flavor to maple wood. It’s also good with pork.
Cherry wood is very mild and offers a slight fruit taste as well. It’s just about perfect for any kind of meat.
Hickory Wood-a hardwood, it is the most common kind of wood that is used with smoking. It can offer a very strong smoke flavor and is used a lot when making pork roasts, ham and bacon in the factory but is also super with beef products.
Maple Wood is mild and very mellow flavored. It’s great with venison and with things like quail and pheasant. Mesquite is a desert favorite and is great with nearly any kind of a meat. It’s also one of the ones that will burn the hottest.