Due to planting some trees in an unfortunate location, I lost them due to root-rot.
I have about eight small dead trees with trunks about 3/4" thick, and am wanting to cut them up for smoking woodchips for grilling. Since each tree doesn't have much wood - maybe three to five pounds each - and since I'm just a very casual grill cook not an enthusiast, I was hoping I could just mix all the chips together in one bag.
The trees are: two cherries, an almond, something that might be pecan, another that is possibly a plum, and a nectarine.
If you had a bag of "assorted" wood chips like those above all mixed together, would it taste terrible to smoke with, for a casual cook who just grills chicken, porkchops, and hamburgers?
I also have a copious amount of mulberry, but I was leaving that seperate since it's of a significant quantity. I wouldn't mind mixing in some to the assorted bag if advised to, though.