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Thread: The Naked Whiz

  1. #1
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    Default The Naked Whiz

    Any one check this site out, they do a pretty comprehensive review on charcoal both lump & conventional. I use B&B exclusivly, but I see there are quite a few that have a higher rank than the last time I looked.

    Check it out........

    http://www.nakedwhiz.com/lumprankpoll.htm
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    The naked whiz is pretty cool. I've been through it allot and referred it to many.Thanks for posting it here.

    I use Ozark Oak. The store I get it from is a small grocery store real close to my house. They always have plenty and carry it year round

    About $4 for 10lbs.
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    I'm w/ G2I on the Ozark oak. I've been using it since before it showed up on the Whiz. If you can't find it under that name, you can get it under th HastyBake name @ specialty stores, also I understand that Best Choice lump is usually Ozark Oak, but is also sometimes that sparky S. American stuff.

    If you haven't tried it Horns, you really oughta.

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    I'll see if I can find it.

    When you say specialty stores, do you mean BBQ Outfitters or BBQ Galore?
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    Check here: http://www.hastybake.com/

    Or you could call Ozark Oak in Yellville Ark.

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    Default

    It is a great resource.

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    It is a great place to visit. I can recall the days when I first got involved in BBQ and would spend hrs surfing the net for info. One day my boys(15 and 17 back then) said to my wife, "oh my god mom, dad is on a redneck charcoal site!" it was all funny, and they had their laughs, but I am used to the abuse, but it was kinda funny, as much stink as they made about it, you woulda thought I was on a p o r n site or something.
    I use Royal oak, in the silver, and a chimney full to start the lang, but I don't have alot of choices around here. I was happy to find that the RO was rated pretty decent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt Dan View Post
    It is a great place to visit. I can recall the days when I first got involved in BBQ and would spend hrs surfing the net for info. One day my boys(15 and 17 back then) said to my wife, "oh my god mom, dad is on a redneck charcoal site!" it was all funny, and they had their laughs, but I am used to the abuse, but it was kinda funny, as much stink as they made about it, you woulda thought I was on a p o r n site or something.
    I use Royal oak, in the silver, and a chimney full to start the lang, but I don't have alot of choices around here. I was happy to find that the RO was rated pretty decent!
    where is "around here"?

    I've been usind a 3 kilo bag of Old Mexico Mesquite to fire up Lucille. it takes a bunch of BTU's to heat up all that 1/2" steel.

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    Michigan my friend, the great white north! My other choices are cowboy(junk) and briquettes, (nearly junk). or wood. We got lots of wood in Mich!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt Dan View Post
    Michigan my friend, the great white north! My other choices are cowboy(junk) and briquettes, (nearly junk). or wood. We got lots of wood in Mich!
    Why not put that in your profile.

    You guys have a lot of sugar maple up there don't you? I've heard there's also a lot of cherry. We don't have much cherry down here and virtually no hard maple. I have managed to cabbage onto a couple ricks of cherry though.

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