Has any body used stubbs all natural briquettes, I have a char griller smokin pro and use ro lump but walmart ran out, so i picked up some stubbs. Just wondering about ash amount, clean burn and how long of burn time compared to kingsford
Related Forum Threads
- Briquettes vs. Lump Last post on 9/30/10 at 7:51am in Charcoal Smokers
- Frontier Brand lump charcoal Last post on 7/7/14 at 6:39am in General Discussion
- Mixing Lump and Briquettes? Last post on 6/12/09 at 10:39am in Charcoal Smokers
- Kingsford charcoal Last post on 5/30/09 at 11:07am in Woods for Smoking
- Lump or Briquettes?? Last post on 2/16/09 at 2:21pm in Charcoal Smokers
This is my first smoker and I've had some great success with it already. It was pretty easy to get some good results even on my first runs. I switched from chips to chunks for the wood and it...
Wanted a decent electric smoker that was almost setup, start and let it do its job with miminal intervention! Is it perfect no but as I live in Scotland weather is a challenge at times so had a...
Simply the best. The Bentley of all grills and it's the only ceramic grill made in the USA. The 400XL will smoke two 20 pound turkeys.
The smoker came packaged very nicely and easy to assemble. The construction of it is pretty solid. I have used it twice so far and both times the smoker itself was good. I did put on a gasket...
I started out on a friends Traegar at work and made the decision to get a pellet smoker, I researched for awhile and was leaning towards the Green Mountain Grill line, I went and checked them out...
SmokingMeatForums.com Top Picks
Definitely less ash. Kingsford, etc. use a lot of binders (clay, I believe). I want to buy heat and flavor, not dirt! Hardwood lump is more expensive, but you get more bang for the buck. Comparing prices based simply by weight can be like comparing apples to oranges. Hardwood lump great, but burns hotter in most cases, so be mindful of your temps.
Used Stubbs a couple time past summer when I bought a couple broken bags at Home Depot. They worked well.
I'm a big fan of Wicked Good lump and their Weekend Warrior Blend briquettes mixed together. Burns hot, long and clean. Search online for their info.
SmokingMeatForums.com Top Picks
- › No longer amateur upgrading Smoker 3 minutes ago
- › Newbie from Port Huron Area 4 minutes ago
- › Hog rings and hog ring plyers 6 minutes ago
- › 2017 North Florida Gathering 12 minutes ago
- › Pizza dough you can sink your teeth into 16 minutes ago
- › SMOKED CHICKEN ENCHILADAS 20 minutes ago
- › Turkey time! 23 minutes ago
- › Help Newbie in need of guidance 23 minutes ago
- › Pork shoulder picnic... sausage making??? 27 minutes ago
- › First Brisket--A Success 28 minutes ago
- › Grill Pro 31846 Propane Smoker by samwise
- › Bradley BTIS1 Original Fully Automatic 4-Rack Outdoor Food Smoker by ScotTex
- › Primo Oval XL Ceramic Grill by ZombieKitty
- › DGO1176BDC-D Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker by Tragusa113
- › Pit Boss Grills 71820 Wood Pellet Grill by AB Canuck
- › Pit Boss 71700FB Pellet Grill with Flame Broiler, 700 sq. in. by BDawg
- › Traeger Industries, Inc. Timberline 850 by Submariner
- › Traeger Junior Pellet Grill by ednosnaws
- › Big Green Egg Kamado Grill MiniMax Portable Outdoor Smoker barbeque... by jshillin
- › Vision Grills Classic Kamado Charcoal Grill 596 Sq. In. Cooking... by THood
- › My First Smoked Brisket
- › The "UNCURED" Fallacy
- › Fassett's Quality Foods
- › CURING and SMOKING - The Basics
- › Hamburger, ground beef, minced beef
- › A great foldable smoker, one of a kind
- › Dr. Baker's Famous Chicken BBQ
- › CURING INFORMATION BY NEPAS
- › Goodly Vacuum Sealer
- › Differences Between Spareribs, St. Louis...