Weber BBQ charcoal briquettes - 2 for £10 B&Q in store 8kg
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Weber BBQ charcoal briquettes - 2 for £10 B&Q in store 8kg

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Found 31st May 2017
Best price I've found for Weber briquettes. Briquettes aren't everyone's first choice but I like them because they are reliable and even and I like the Weber ones because you know what you're getting.
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Briquettes first choice every time as constant and same burn time
Lidl £2.89 for 5kg
I do a lot of smoking and indirect joint cooking on the Weber and the Weber charcoals are the only ones that I can rely on, they seem expensive but they cook much better than any other IME, and when you have finished just close all vents and they soon cool and you find you still have a fair bit left to use next time.
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packard

Briquettes first choice every time as constant and same burn time



Exactly this.
cheapnnasty1

Lidl £2.89 for 5kg


I buy Lidl, but your user name gave me pause for thought as to whether I should continue to do this X)
What's the other choices and why are these any better?

I've just bought a couple of bags of lump-wood charcoal.

I didn't want any easy light type stuff as they've already soaked in fuel.
Hot hot hot Thanks OP
NotMyRealName

What's the other choices and why are these any better?I've just bought a … What's the other choices and why are these any better?I've just bought a couple of bags of lump-wood charcoal.I didn't want any easy light type stuff as they've already soaked in fuel.



Lumpwood burns hotter but for much less time so its good for cooking steak or making pizza but briquettes are better for general bbq's or if you are going to roast a chicken etc where you need a steady temperature for a longer period of time.
Good price for Weber briquettes. I've gone through a few bags of these after picking up a master touch from go outdoors a couple of months back. They burn for a good four hours, always very consistent too. Will be trying my B&Q later! Thanks OP
Good price for a quality product... Heat.
jough

I do a lot of smoking and indirect joint cooking on the Weber.....



I'm intrigued how you go about indirect cooking joints of meat, without turning the joint into charcoal. Any chance of elaborating please? Many thanks.
mucker

I'm intrigued how you go about indirect cooking joints of meat, without … I'm intrigued how you go about indirect cooking joints of meat, without turning the joint into charcoal. Any chance of elaborating please? Many thanks.



This probably explain it better than I can

the-grilling-spot.com/ind…tml
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