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Old 02-25-2009, 10:17 AM   #1
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Stubbs Charcoal

Has anyone used Stubbs Charcoal? I was at the local Lowes looking for that KF Comp Brand which they have no plans to carry but they did have some Stubbs brand….I picked up two bags…is says It’s 100% natural…and the binders are vegetable oil….
I’m going to do some ribs and beer can chickens on the 22.5 with it while the Canadian Bacon and Bacon is smoking in the Smokehouse
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I looked it over real good. Finney posted and I verified that Stubbs is made by Cowboy. I hate it that HD has the upper hand on my employer where bbq'n and grill'n is concerned.

I am seriously considering speaking directly with the powers to be over this " zone " as it is refered to.
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I looked at the bag at the store...and couldn't see it was made by Cowboy...if I would have know that.....anyway...I'll be using it today...
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A new Lowe's opened up near work, I stopped in to see what they had.
KF in just single bags, Comboy lump, and Stubbs. I grabbed two Stubbs to try.

I'm gunna be doing a lot of cooking....chest freezer crapped out.
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A new Lowe's opened up near work, I stopped in to see what they had.
KF in just single bags, Comboy lump, and Stubbs. I grabbed two Stubbs to try.

I'm gunna be doing a lot of cooking....chest freezer crapped out.
That was the same selection here..sorry to hear about the freezer...
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I looked at the bag at the store...and couldn't see it was made by Cowboy...if I would have know that.....anyway...I'll be using it today...
Small price to pay for my 401K. Go Dog.
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Old 02-26-2009, 10:34 AM   #7
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The Stubbs didn’t stink like that stuff in the Blue Bag when it was lit…..got a few yard brids, 3 racks of BB, and two fatties on the 22. BTW for you FF winners….that little capping knive does a good just on trimming out that second set of bones on BB.
Cliff if your 401K is like mine..the combined charcoal purchases of everyone on the fourm wouldn't be enough to help.
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My 401 is now a 201.
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The Stubbs stuff wasn’t too bad…it was much better than the Cowboy Lump…It didn’t stink like the blue bag stuff…
Griff wouldn't it be a 200.5
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I used some this weekend and pulled an 11th place in brisket out of 38 teams. No bad smell, no surprises in burn time, and lasted as long as Rancher.

Works good in my Chubby and Party Backwoods smokers!!

I'm going to stock up while they have it.
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