Chris raab
  1. I have cut a large cherry tree down and split it for firewood however I was wondering if it 20190414_092049.jpg  would be worth more to people that smoke meat?
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Robert
The answer is yes.  Price will depend upon your location.  Cherry wood has a sweet, perfume like aroma and is great on chicken and pork but also works well with beef..  Use caution though as a little bit goes a long ways in color of the meat. The right amount will give you a beautiful, mahogany color.  A little too much will turn your meat dark.  My experience with cherry is that it dries faster than most other woods and burns fast. 

Robert
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