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Kings ford competition briquets

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I have never used lump charcoal and have been using the Kingsford competition it is 100% natural is it any better or worse then the lump....
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I've used the Kingsford Comp on and off for about a year now.  Usually because I can grab it at the grocery store.  It's not bad.  But I still prefer a good quality hardwood lump.

 

Just my $0.02

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I have used Comp K for grilling and would use it again if the price came down a bit, I actually prefer Stubbs briquettes if I have a choice. All briquettes will create too much ash which can choke out the fire on long cooks, which is why many BBQers use lump charcoal. Like The Dude, I prefer lump.


Edited by cliffcarter - 3/3/11 at 9:11am
post #4 of 5

I prefer lump also, but many times I buy regular Kingsford blue, it's hard to beat the price.

post #5 of 5

I like the competition briquets. COstco has them sometimes

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