I just searched the forum and didn't find an answer to if there is a minimum diameter of branch/twig for smoking. I am going to prune my peach tree in a couple of weeks when the leaves finish dropping. The problem is that it is a small tree and the thickest branch that i am trimming is only about an inch around. Most of the wood will be little twigs. Is that ok for smoking? I realize i will need to let it season. Will i need to peel off the bark, or is that left on for the smoke? Sorry for these newbe questions, I have been using the bagged wood chips from the store and i read that peach is a good wood for smoking so i thought i'd try. Also, what size should i cut them to to season them? I have a MES so i cant use very long sticks in the chip tray, so should i cut them to inch long pieces and dry them that way, or should i dry them first and then cut them up? Thanks for the help!