White Oak Smoking Wood Chunks

Top chefs know how to mix oak with other cooking woods, maximizing the benefits of oak’s heat potential with the bolder flavors of alternative cuts. If you prefer a subtle flavor for your foods, oak pairs well with anything you have on the grill or in the smoker. It’s also an optimal replacement for charcoal, burning hotter and longer than briquets.

Cutting Edge smoking chunks bring superior flavor to your charcoal grill, barrel smoker, or pit smoker creations. And just like our other cooking wood products, they’re hand-inspected by our expert team to ensure they meet our rigorous quality standards, so you know you’re getting an unmatched product.

Our chunks range in size from 1-4” diameter, and are sold in two quantities:

  • The Standard Box, with enough chunks for up to 12 meals
  • The Large Box, with enough chunks for up to 55 meals
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The Story Behind our Oak Smoking Wood Chunks

We work with suppliers in both North Georgia and North Florida to source quality oak cooking wood. Like all of our cooking wood products, Cutting Edge oak undergoes the most rigorous drying process in the industry. Each piece is cut to specific dimensions and then cooked at 250 degrees for 48 hours, far exceeding FDA regulations.

This drying process ensures that every piece of oak delivered to our warehouse, and then to your home, is free of bugs, mold, and fungus. It also enhances the cooking experience by making the firewood easier to light, smoke less, and provide more heat and light.

Because we send fresh wood through the drying process, you can rest assured that the wood won’t be dirty or decomposing. It will be sturdy and durable, perfect for burning inside a luxury fire. We hand select each piece of oak before cutting them into perfectly sized chunks.

Oak is a popular cooking wood and makes an excellent heat source. Unlike hickory or pecan, oak provides a very subtle flavor. Chefs often combine oak with other cooking woods in order to create a perfect mixture of heat and flavor. It’s great for smoking and grilling, for steaks, pizza, and beyond!