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Trying new lump

BrownieBrownie Posts: 1,022
edited April 2012 in EggHead Forum
Just returned home with Ozark Oak, and Natures Own (Basques).  Can't wait to try them. I want to try Wicked Good soon also. I have used BGE, Royal Oak, Cowboy, and Restaurant (from Freds bbq). Try to find a perfect blend of flavor, and length of burn. Which lump do you prefer?


  • paulheelspaulheels Posts: 457
    I have gone to Western from Publix. $21 for 20lbs. Some really big pieces, a few medium and some small pieces also. Low and slow, this has been awesome! WiZ has a review from a while back on it. But this is not even close to what he had back then. It's some goo stuff.

    Paul Go there. I write it.
  • Don't use frontier. I bought it thinking it might have potential.... Nope I've never seen so much smoke coming from natural lump
  • GatoGato Posts: 766
    Ozark oak
    Geaux Tigers!!!
  • MayberryMayberry Posts: 466
    You are going to Love the Natures Own. It has a slightly less smoky flavor, and I use it on almost everything I cook, unless its low and slow amd i want more of the smoke flavor. I get the 18.8lb bag locally (in GA) for $18/bag or so. It's really good stuff, and so far has been very consistent.

    Because of it being sugar maple and less smoky than others, I use it exclusively on fish and chicken.
    Athens, GA
  • Royal is best for the buck
    North east georgia
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