Kiawe Wood Chips from Hawaii OFFICIAL WOOD USED IN LUAUS
Experience the authentic taste of the Hawaiian Islands on the Mainland! Kiawe (kee-ah-vey) wood (prosopis pallidia) is a little bit sweeter than mesquite grown in the western U.S.A. It naturalized in Hawaii in the 1800’s and has been an integral part of the Luau ever since. Don’t settle for mesquite. Get the real thing dried in the tropical sunshine and island breezes for 9 to 12 months. This is my personal favorite. It imparts incredible flavor on pork, steak and chicken. You should try this wood for smoking beef short ribs! NET. VOL. 144 CU. IN.
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