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texaspeppers Aug 11, 2010 01:11 PM

I just got a new mini smoker. Was wondering where to go for the different woods for the smoker tray. Any suggestions??

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  1. kpzoo RE: texaspeppers Aug 11, 2010 01:16 PM

    I get untreated wood blocks at Rona. They are meant for the Woodflame Grill BBQ specifically, but could work for a smoker, I'd imagine. They come in bags and they have different types of wood - maple, oak, etc.


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    1. re: kpzoo
      anachemia RE: kpzoo Aug 13, 2010 11:57 AM

      This is great - my smoker also takes bigger chunks, which are harder to find. Will check at Rona next time I'm there. Thx for the tip!

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        TheSnowpea RE: kpzoo Aug 15, 2010 12:31 PM

        Which place are you going to exactly? I've run out of Woodflame blocks.

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          kpzoo RE: TheSnowpea Aug 15, 2010 12:40 PM

          I've gotten them at both the Rona on Notre-Dame near Atwater and at the Rona in Ville-St-Laurent at Le Bazaar shopping centre (or whatever it's called now.)

          Good luck!

          Yours in Woodflame Grill solidarity,


          1. re: kpzoo
            TheSnowpea RE: kpzoo Aug 17, 2010 01:38 PM

            Was that recently? Because it seems hard to find nowadays.

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              kpzoo RE: TheSnowpea Aug 17, 2010 02:38 PM

              No, I haven't had to buy a bag this year. Maybe try contacting the WoodFlame folks to find out who's carrying it these days?

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        wattacetti RE: texaspeppers Aug 11, 2010 01:17 PM

        Joey Barbecue?

        12320 Gouin W
        Pierrefonds, QC H8Z 1W2
        (514) 684-3211

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        1. re: wattacetti
          BLM RE: wattacetti Aug 11, 2010 09:40 PM

          It's called Joey Services from my recollection.

        2. afoodyear RE: texaspeppers Aug 11, 2010 03:44 PM

          Around this time of year Canadian Tire marks down all of their chips, so I stock up. They have apple, hickory, alder, mesquite, cherry, maple and those broken down Jack Daniel's barrel type chips. They have those bisquettes if that's what you're looking for as well.

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          1. re: afoodyear
            porker RE: afoodyear Aug 12, 2010 03:42 PM

            I'd suggest Canadian Tire as well - and if you want to smoke throughout the winter (and don't want to make your own chips) STOCK UP SOON.
            Sometimes a helpful worker will look in the back for summer stock, but most times they are flat out of stock during months ending with an R, Y and H.
            I assume your smoker will use chips rather than briquets or blocks.
            Quincaillerie Hog on Sherbrooke West will surely carry chips and gourmet ones at that, although I haven't been there since their move. Note they are overpriced here.
            You can try other hardware joints as well - Home Depot, Reno-Depot, Rona, etc etc.

          2. Chocolatesa RE: texaspeppers Aug 13, 2010 07:29 AM

            Great! I was wondering where I could get wood chips :D Thanks!

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