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Thread: Stubbs charcoal

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    The Stubb's name is owned by Paul Prudhomme and company. When i heard the Stubb's name on the charcoal, the first thing I thought was "I wonder who private labels it for them. Thanx to Curt, now we know.

    $9 for 15# strikes ne as a little high.

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    DuraFlame briquettes are also from Coyboy, it's a good product.
    I have found if you want to use briquettes that don't contain coal, limestone and other ingredients, Rancher, Wicked Good, DuraFlame and the Kingsford Competition coals all are good choice.

    If Stubbs is coming from Cowboy got believe it is the same product as DuraFlame but would want to see it first.

    On edit, Cowboy lump product I was available to me free for two years and I choose not to take it.
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    I tried a couple bags of Duraflame a couple years ago when it first came out and wasn;t really impressed. I don't really remember why, but it was when I went on strike against Kingsford and i was looking for a replacement. whatever the reason, I crossed Duraflame off the list.

    Personally, I haven't found anything that I can;t do handily with Ozark Oak, so I think I'll prolly just stick with it, and at $4.00 for 10#, I really see no reason to try anything else.

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    Ozark is another charcoal we don't see in the PNW.
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    Cascades Alder?

    Can you find hastybake up there?

    You can buy this stuff by the truckload CHEAP. For your purposes, you might want to look into it. just a little over $3?bag. It ships class 85 so the freight is expensive, but your total cost wold still be low comparatively.

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    Will have to look into it.
    Maybe heading your way in a couple of months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jminion View Post
    DuraFlame briquettes are also from Coyboy, it's a good product.
    I have found if you want to use briquettes that don't contain coal, limestone and other ingredients, Rancher, Wicked Good, DuraFlame and the Kingsford Competition coals all are good choice.

    If Stubbs is coming from Cowboy got believe it is the same product as DuraFlame but would want to see it first.

    On edit, Cowboy lump product I was available to me free for two years and I choose not to take it.
    I can get DuraFlame here in the Atlanta area and use it often. I really do like it. Not as much as I liked Rancher when it was at Home Depot, but it's a fine product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BA_LoKo View Post
    Curt, be sure and use the starter fluid too as described on the bag. I hear it's how you get the best results.
    Ahhhh there's nothing like that hint of hydrocarbon seasoning to top off a good smoked dish.
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