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edited 11:19AM in EggHead Forum
Still trying to find good lump locally. Tried True-value. It was ok, but the pieces were smaller than BGE. I've tried to find someone locally-New Orleans area-who handles the Royal Oak lump, but no luck. I'm going to try a bag of "fire king" lump. Anyone familiar with it?


  • dan cdan c Posts: 31
    Try these people. They're not too far from you and the UPS charges are reasonable. Their product is very good also...[p]

    [ul][li]good ol' charcoal[/ul]
  • dan_c,[p]I second that, I had one each 25lb bag of Oak and one 25lb bag of mesquite sent via the US Postal Service to me in England ($26 shipping) I really like the Oak and couldn't beleive the size of the mesquite.[p]Tell Genie that Tim from England sent ya![p]TT

  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Tanker Tim, Did you make it to Big D yet?

  • dan_c,[p]Thanks for the info. I e-mailed them this am to check shipping/handling/taxes there to here.[p]I'll post my results.[p]Using the True-Value brand lump, the estimable Elder Ward's technique failed me. My fire went out. Since then, I build 2 fires. Mayhap the B&B lump will be better.[p]Larry[p]
  • Tanker Tim,[p]Thanks for the info.[p]Larry
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