Big K  Restaurant Grade Charcoal 15kg,  3 for 2 Ocado £49.98 / £25.99 each
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Big K Restaurant Grade Charcoal 15kg, 3 for 2 Ocado £49.98 / £25.99 each

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24.99 for 1, 3 for 2 offer makes it 49.98 for 3!

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I bought 6 of these last time there was a deal on, combined with a new account discount it worked out cheaper than Aldi charcoal!!

This stuff is completely different to normal charcoal, not lumps but branches! It means you can build a BBQ with much better airflow - especially useful in the Kamado type BBQ's.

A full load of this in a Big Green Egg will run for 24hrs. Or you can crank open all the vents and make a 500C pizza oven.
f0rtune

I bought 6 of these last time there was a deal on, combined with a new … I bought 6 of these last time there was a deal on, combined with a new account discount it worked out cheaper than Aldi charcoal!! This stuff is completely different to normal charcoal, not lumps but branches! It means you can build a BBQ with much better airflow - especially useful in the Kamado type BBQ's.A full load of this in a Big Green Egg will run for 24hrs. Or you can crank open all the vents and make a 500C pizza oven.



Good to see an informed post. Restaurant grade charcoal is the best if you're serious about outdoor cooking!

Check out this stuff too
Edited by: "black.knight" 16th May 2017
This is the best charcoal I have ever used. I always purchase from Ocado. Totally agree with above comment.
just ordered 3 for the big green egg. it's 3 for 51.98 not 49.98 but still a great deal
by the way, does anybody know a good place to get smoking planks from?
Kofsw4

by the way, does anybody know a good place to get smoking planks from?



I'd be interested in this too. Loads of US places to get them from, amazon stocks some but none from reputable sellers. Don't want anything with added chemicals or other nasties.
black.knight

Good to see an informed post. Restaurant grade charcoal is the best if … Good to see an informed post. Restaurant grade charcoal is the best if you're serious about outdoor cooking!Check out this stuff too



Good tip! But I'm still getting through my first bulk order
f0rtune

I'd be interested in this too. Loads of US places to get them from, … I'd be interested in this too. Loads of US places to get them from, amazon stocks some but none from reputable sellers. Don't want anything with added chemicals or other nasties.



I haven't used planks personally. But I buy all my wood chips and cold smoking dust from Smokewood Shack and found the wood to be of excellent quality and a decent price and the link will take you to the various planks and sizes they sell.

I got 3 boxes of this on Friday and used it yesterday. I normally use Aussie Heatbeads and they are excellent at maintaining 225f on my ProQ smoker and reach and stay at that temperature for much longer than this lumpwood charcoal (some dust particles as well). Found it soars to 300f when using the minion method at first and takes an hour to settle back down to 225F before I was able to add the meat and lasts for about 3-3 and a half hours on a full basket and when topping up it will reach 250F+ before decreasing in heat.

First time I have used it so may need some trial and error to get it to work as well as the heatbeads for me
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