Charcoal Briquettes

paddy_99September 17, 2008

Does anyone know of a charcoal briquette besides Kingsford or what ever Wal-Mart sells that does not burn up in a few minutes? Maybe it is my imagination but they seem to burn faster than they previously did.

I use lump charcoal for steaks but would like a longer burning briquette for hamburgers,hot dogs etc.

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casey_wa

I use both Kingsford (Costco) and lump (Trader Joes) depending on what I am cooking. The Kingsford has last at least two hours when I am doing a rack of baby back ribs on my Weber...

Casey

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