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    Default parkers lump charcoal

    Anybody know anything about a TN lump named parkers lump charcoal? I found where it is manufactured and appriciate any comments on it before I buy a bunch for the winter

    Thanks in advance
    Dave

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    Never heard of it.I checked naked whiz site.Not listed.
    Paul

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    Thanks for the reply, I also checked the whiz. Guess l'll just give it a try

    Dave

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    Do a review for us with some pictures in case others want to try it!
    Paul

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    I talked with the company today and I am going up to get 10- 10lb bags ($40.00) next week. They are currently doing work and bagging for Royal Oak.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeggers View Post
    Anybody know anything about a TN lump named parkers lump charcoal? I found where it is manufactured and appriciate any comments on it before I buy a bunch for the winter

    Thanks in advance
    Dave
    What does "TN" stand for ?
    Cal
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkoch42 View Post
    What does "TN" stand for ?

    It is a state. Tennessee
    Paul

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    Thanks Paul

    Dave

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    Thanks

    Is Tennessee lump charcoal different from other charcoal ?
    Cal
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    Prob not, just says east TN hardwoods

    Dave

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