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hopkinsusmc87

Well eggheads its been a long while since I was on the forum but there has not been a week I have not used the egg. It's hard to believe I started using the egg in 2012. I've done tons of butts, brisket, chicken and tons of shrimp and clam. I have cooked for small gatherings and large parties and as always the egg pulled through. I've expanded my cooking experience with many different smoke woods and lump so the fun has not stopped. I live in Manhattan KS now and loving it. I wanted to say hi and happy egging. Take care. 

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  • Re: LUMP COAL

    I've used a few different brands of lump, Big Green Egg, Royal Oak, Primo, Some lump at SAMs club (might have been Cowboy) but since moving to Manhattan KS they sell The Good One $21.00 for 20 lb bag (reviewed on NW) and it is good. It's cheaper than the others I listed and far better, (hardly any dust). I recommend it but as far as the size of the lump, you want a good balance, between the large and small for a good long cook. 
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