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Old 06-17-2010, 01:27 PM   #1
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Rancher Charcoal

Found this at OSH in Huntington Beach CA.
The manager said it will be this pricie the whole summer.
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Old 06-17-2010, 03:15 PM   #2
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Re: Rancher Charcoal

Dudn't do me no good.

Did you buy the whole pallet?
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Old 06-17-2010, 06:31 PM   #3
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Dudn't do me no good.

Did you buy the whole pallet?
At that price I'm thinken about stocken up for the winter. That stuff is the absolute hardest heaviest slowest burnen briquette i've ever tried. Heck it takes almost 45 minutes to fully light in a chimny.
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Well thanks for the product review. I knew there was prob some decent briquettes out in the big krewlish world just aint seen none since I was young whuppersnapper. Now Kingsford was some good charcoal back in them days. The fella who changed up the formulation should be tarred and feathered along with the person who invented neck ties for men and panty hose for the ladies.

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Re: Rancher Charcoal

Great price but no Osh's around here.
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Re: Rancher Charcoal

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Well thanks for the product review. I knew there was prob some decent briquettes out in the big krewlish world just aint seen none since I was young whuppersnapper. Now Kingsford was some good charcoal back in them days. The fella who changed up the formulation should be tarred and feathered along with the person who invented neck ties for men and panty hose for the ladies.

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Man! I agree on the panty hose!!!! and the K smells like burning jock straps! The new stuff isn't quite as bad. I mainly use Lump, but for comps we need long burning consistancy so we use Stubbs. You get a pice of uncarbonized wood in you lump it can realy throw your flavor off.
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Great price but no Osh's around here.
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Re: Rancher Charcoal

Put a pallet load on the truck with the Chaney That is a great price, last I looked at Trader Joes it was $6.99, still worth the price.
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Put a pallet load on the truck with the Chaney That is a great price, last I looked at Trader Joes it was $6.99, still worth the price.
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I like Chef's Choice brand lump which seems to be produced or maybe distributed by a one man company out in Sunny CA. Comes in 40 pound bags and has some funky difference in the size of the chunks. Some chunks is as long as your arm work your way down to dust in the bottom of the bag. It Mejico Mesquite..kissing cousin to Lazzari I think. It about 12 bucks a bag and available through the big wholesale grocery companies. Sysco and Ben E. Keith in this area. Forget it for use with a bullet smoker. The chunk sizes are too erratic to make it pack in the small firepan and burn right. It also a little sooty for chicken. Does great for big meats on big pits.

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Well thanks for the product review. I knew there was prob some decent briquettes out in the big krewlish world just aint seen none since I was young whuppersnapper. Now Kingsford was some good charcoal back in them days. The fella who changed up the formulation should be tarred and feathered along with the person who invented neck ties for men and panty hose for the ladies.

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Man! I agree on the panty hose!!!! and the K smells like burning jock straps! The new stuff isn't quite as bad. I mainly use Lump, but for comps we need long burning consistancy so we use Stubbs. You get a pice of uncarbonized wood in you lump it can realy throw your flavor off.
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