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Charcoal: Anything but Kingsford and where to get it?
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Charcoal: Anything but Kingsford and where to get it?
Hey all

I was wondering if anyone had any good ideas on where to get charcoal briquets that were not Kingsford. I know that Lowes has Cowboy Lump but was looking for briquets. I sure miss the Rancher briguets that Home Depot had last year. Thanks for any advice.

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Wal-Mart has had Royal Oak in the past, but I haven't needed to shop for any this season. I've also used their store brand in the past and was fairly pleased. The extra-large briquettes...

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Re: Charcoal: Anything but Kingsford and where to get it?
Saw some Duraflame Hardwood Briquets at Sportsmans Warehouse. The info on the bag makes them seem to be comparable to the OCC Ranchers, but I haven't cooked with the Duraflame yet. It's a bit pricey though, if I remember correctly.

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