Re: BBQ Charcoal
- From: "Joseph" <jrpitzner@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 09:33:17 -0700
"Tutall" <tutall@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:29000fa3-7d95-418a-8d0c-1b0653a8059d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Jun 10, 3:45 pm, "Joseph" <jrpitz...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Tutall" <tut...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in messagenews:d76ed81a-9740-4e47-ba2d-daf5273761ca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Jun 9, 6:32 pm, "Joseph" <jrpitz...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Cowboy - forgettable
BBQs Galore - did not perform well at all. To much ash and quick burning.
(had to unload ash buildup from the Side Fire Box to continue a 16 hour smoke)
I now have some royal oak lump for next smoke/bbq.
You'll like Royal Oak. Almost as good as what I use. ;)
Haven't seen RO for a long time, since their sourcing has changed are
they are good as they used to be?
I'll let ya know what I think RE: RO, but I am a spur of the moment type and like to work with what's local and readily available. The Lazzari Oak has been well spoken of here and I might have to give it a try next time I buy charcoal. Never know when you may have one of those epiphany moments...
Problem with Lazzari is that AFAIK it's not available through retail.
A few retailers like Safeway and Beverages & More carry their
mesquite, so might order the oak.
And, I wouldn't reccomend it so much except I can burn the overly
large pieces in my firebox no problem. Someone with a Weber might have
some issues with it, though I suspect the 20lbs bags would reduce this
problem to 0.
I like having a few of the large pieces too. I can normally light a full can of lump then put a couple of the big logs on top and I'll get four hours of burn time out of my offset. My Brinkman smoker can also handle the large pieces of lump no problem.
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