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Best Lump Deal - Fort Worth, TX

jdwhitjdwhit Posts: 15
edited 10:26AM in EggHead Forum
I've cooked my way through my supply of Lump. Now looking for best "value" (quality at a good/fair price) in the Fort Worth area. Looking to get a couple hundred pounds.


  • TweetyTweety Posts: 455
    Not sure where to get that much in this area. But I did want to let you know about the Plano gathering of eggheads in November. Type in "plano" to search the forum for details.
  • mollysharkmollyshark Posts: 1,519
    I've never found discounts of any particular type here. I know sometimes the TX eggers put together a pallet of lump on special stuff, but it isn't my every day regular. Just isn't enough cost difference otherwise to fuss on it too much. Fuss on it? Did I just say that? I've been in Texas too long. But tweety is right..possibly there will be something put together for the Plano mini-fest.

  • Have you tried B&B Lump ? It's made in Texas, and not too pricey. If you pick it up at the factory and purchase it by the pallet you get a better price. Just a suggestion.
    I haven't personally used it, no idea if it's a good deal or not. For my money, I go to Wal-Mart and pay $6.37 for 10 lbs of Royal Oak.... it's a good product, no complaints... just wished it was in 20 lb bags!
  • I am currently waiting on my first egg to arrive. I have been buying some items ahead of time. I have been doing business with a company in south Tarrant county called Gourmet Wood products. They sell BGE's as well as many different smoking woods by the cord. They have a house brand natural lump charcoal and I picked up my first two bags of it yesterday. It comes in #40 bags and costs $18.99. However I have never used this stuff before and only bought it yesterday. This place is loacted off of Forest Hill road about 4 or 5 miles south of I-20. The brand name on the charcaol was something like California Mesquite and it is made in Mexico. I will take a look at the bage when I get home.
  • I took another look at the bag and the brand name is "Chefs Delight Mesquite Charcoal" It is made in Mexico.
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