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Jack Daniel's Charcoal
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Jack Daniel's Charcoal
For those of you that live near a Sportsman's Warehouse store, here is a discovery that might interest you.

I also saw the most awesome turbo magnum charcoal chimney that I've ever seen. The thing was built like a tank and probably weighed close to five pounds. It was made of black steel and had a spring handle. I think the name was "Westerfield" or "Chesterfield", or something like that. Like an idiot I didn't buy it. I generally love Weber stuff, but I am getting really sick of burning through their chimneys like Britney Spears goes through thongs. :shock: Big Grin Oh, and the kicker is that the chimney was only like twice what a Weber costs.

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02-09-2009 10:31 PM
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WOW!!!! I never looked at it that way John, but it gives new meaning to the word "Used" :wink:

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The meter is mo-defnitly running. :wink:
02-09-2009 10:53 PM
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True Dat!!!!

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PatioDaddio;p="13875 Wrote:For those of you that live near a Sportsman's Warehouse store, here is a discovery that might interest you.

I also saw the most awesome turbo magnum charcoal chimney that I've ever seen. The thing was built like a tank and probably weighed close to five pounds. It was made of black steel and had a spring handle. I think the name was "Westerfield" or "Chesterfield", or something like that. Like an idiot I didn't buy it. I generally love Weber stuff, but I am getting really sick of burning through their chimneys like Britney Spears goes through thongs. :shock: Big Grin Oh, and the kicker is that the chimney was only like twice what a Weber costs.

Just passing it along,
John
The remarkable invention. I am in admiration!

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03-19-2009 11:49 AM
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They also chip up the old whiskey barrels and sell them for smokin'. I've gone through a couple bags and have liked them a lot... especially for chicken. They are like $5 a bag or so at Sportsmans

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03-20-2009 10:58 PM
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