What's In A Briquet? Follow

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    Cecil Waldo

    Could someone please explain to me why in Memphis,Tn home of Memphis in May that buying a bag of briquets is impossible ? Only place that I can fined them is Walmart and I have bought almost every bag they have. Funny how that blue bag charcoal is stacked to the roofs in every store that sells charcoal. Are you guys only interested in doing bbq teams because it seems they are the only ones that can get it. I see Malcom Reed  here always advertising your products but I guess us folks that don't have BBQ teams are out of luck. Heck how many bags come on a pallet?

     

    Thanks, Cecil Waldo

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    901-604-0073

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    Mandy Miller

    By for the worst charcoal we have used. We love to cookout and seen this and figured we'd give it a try. Our grill won't even get over 100 degrees. Hotdogs and hamburgers are at over 30 mins and still not cooked

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    D Harris

    No more RO for me. I recently purchased numerous bags of the "premium" red-white-blue bag value size charcoal which were on sale at Walmart. When I filled up my charcoal storage bin I was extremely concerned about the small size of the briquettes compared to others.

    The performance of the product proved to be as bad as it looked.

    I consider myself accomplished at various cooking techniques with my Weber Kettle and this was the only time I have EVER had to 'feed' more hot coals to maintain a temperature for a 4 hour smoke. Vents were open to promote oxygen flow and yet the coals repeatedly failed to maintain the necessary burn level.

    Never again RO. Adios

     

     

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