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Jun 29, 2010 12:52 PM

Jack Daniels Smoking Chips

Help... Please, I am frantic... I am lloking for a source to purchase "Jack Daniels Smoking Chips" for the BBQ... either orderable online or available in the southern New Hampshire area. I have used them for several years and swear by them, but alas, cannot seem to access them this year. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much...

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  1. I found both the Smoking Chips and the Smoking Pellets online through the Jack Daniel's site. Neither are available locally by retail AFAIK.

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    1. re: marais

      I've seen the smoking chips around in the distant past as a promotional item, but not the pellets. The original poster could give Ricci's Liquors in Malden a call (which stocks some smoking chips, plus is a good candidate for promotional stuff) but its pretty far from So NH.

      1. re: marais

        Thank you... MARAIS... thank you... you were absolutely right... I googled those Jack Daniels smoking chips up this morning and my bags are on their way. Will soon have some delicious Jack-smoked brisket on the patio table... sitting right next to the smoked ribs... well for a minute at least.

      2. Yankee Fireplace and Grill city on Route 114 in Middleton MA had them last time I was in there. Call them and see if they still have them in stock. They have lots of different woods for smoking.

        1. To ALL..... Thanks for the suggestions... will start there, but hopefully someone will know of something locally.

          1. Ace Hardware sells them onlineand may have them at their stores-I would call them.

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            1. re: sandramrma

              Carless in Boston..I bought a few bags at Ace Hardware on Salem or Charles St.. Salem did not havethem today.

              Weber chips ae good too. Get mesqite for smoking; hickory for flame.

            2. Last time I saw them was at a KMart - don't know if they still carry them or not.

              Couldn't you just soak plain wood chips in JD ?