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Hardwood Lump Charcoal

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Living in Southern California, it was all you could do not to trip over 40 lb bags of lump charcoal (like this here). Every store carried them, from the national chain supermarkets to the tiny bodegas. Back in Rhode Island, all I can find are measly 8 lb bags. That's about two chimney loads full for me, which ain't gonna cut it with grilling season approaching. Any leads?


 

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I have found 18 lbs bags of Royal Oak at Wal-Mart.

Dan


"Salt is born of the purest of parents: the sun and the sea." --Pythagoras.

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Note the product I linked to in my first post: $25 plus $40 for shipping. No thanks.


 

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Note the product I linked to in my first post: $25 plus $40 for shipping. No thanks.

That's because it's sold by a 3rd party. Anything sold by Amazon itself has free shipping over $25 (and free shipping outright if you have Amazon Prime). For example, the first result is $30 with free shipping.


PS: I am a guy.

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Thanks, Karlos! They sell that in our area, I need to try it.

This may be useful for some people, BTW http://www.nakedwhiz.com/lumpindexpage.htm?bag

They didn't review the Wicked Good stuff though.

Naked Whiz's review of Wicked Good.

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Silly me, I looked in the list under "Wicked Good" not "WGC". Thanks, Kerry!

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Not sure what size they sell but you could try Lee's Supermarket in Westport, MA (just over the RI line) and, when they open, Walker's Roadside Stand. Both sell lump charcoal, but not sure of the sizes.

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