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Old 05-18-2009, 09:05 AM   #21
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John, I agree with Larry on this...I haven't been able to tell a huge difference between grilling with lump vs. briquettes. The only difference that I can point out is the ash amounts when you are done...other than that it's a personal preference...especially know that we have a "lump briquette" choice in the stores now.

When it comes to bbq'ing, I only use briquettes...I tried lump but I never got a consistent burn and temperature when I used lump.
Hi Greg. Who puts out the "lump briquette" please?

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Rancher from Original Charcoal
Stubbs - at Lowes
Kingsford - Competition Briquette
Humphrey's Hardwood Briquette

Those are a few that I know of for sure...but you will need to check your local area as I am sure that availability isn't the same from state to state.
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Old 05-18-2009, 05:08 PM   #22
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