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2-Pack Kingsford 18.6lbs Charcoal Briquettes EXPIRED

jimmeli 34 261 April 6, 2016 at 06:20 PM in Gardening & Outdoor (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 04-07-2016 by Discombobulated at 05:24 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has 2-Pack Kingsford 18.6lbs Charcoal Briquettes on sale for $9.88. Select free in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks jimmeli

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Easy to light Kingsford charcoal briquettes (sure fire grooves). Great to stock up for tailgating, picnicking or backyard barbecues - Discombobulated

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Edited April 7, 2016 at 04:52 AM by wuzzy
Home Depot has 2 bags of 18.6 lb. Charcoal Briquettes

for $9.88

Offer starts 4/7 and ends 4/17

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Kingsf.../205796026

Limit of 5 2-bag purchases per customer
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Get a charcoal chimney starter and you will never need lighter fluid again or ones pre-soaked in fluid.
mavv 29
Or just grab these once you are in store
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lighte.../202843410

One or two will be enough to get it started. Just put it in the bottom, cover it with briquettes and light it up. You are ready to grill in 10 minutes.
Well you're supposed to wait for it all to burn off. If you're not waiting for the charcoal to get completely gray, you're doing it wrong.



A $6 chimney starter will save you a ton in no time.
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this the regular deal?
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This is the deal they put out every spring for a couple weeks. Usually this two pack costs $20. I stock up every year
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i prefer the ready to light so much easier
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i prefer the ready to light so much easier
Are those the ones with the lighter fluid already in the briquettes? Those make the food taste like lighter fluid. I would never use those again.
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Quote from warpedrotors View Post :
Are those the ones with the lighter fluid already in the briquettes? Those make the food taste like lighter fluid. I would never use those again.
Get a charcoal chimney starter and you will never need lighter fluid again or ones pre-soaked in fluid.
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Quote from warpedrotors View Post :
Are those the ones with the lighter fluid already in the briquettes? Those make the food taste like lighter fluid. I would never use those again.
Well you're supposed to wait for it all to burn off. If you're not waiting for the charcoal to get completely gray, you're doing it wrong.

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i prefer the ready to light so much easier
A $6 chimney starter will save you a ton in no time.
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Quote from shhaggy View Post :
Well you're supposed to wait for it all to burn off. If you're not waiting for the charcoal to get completely gray, you're doing it wrong.



A $6 chimney starter will save you a ton in no time.
I was making a turkey. I had to add more briquettes during the cooking process. I'm just saying no one should use the ones with lighter fluid already in them.
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Get a charcoal chimney starter and you will never need lighter fluid again or ones pre-soaked in fluid.
Get an electric loop starter and never have the newspaper ashes all over like a chimney starter
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Quote from mutha_scratcha View Post :
Get an electric loop starter and never have the newspaper ashes all over like a chimney starter
Or just grab these once you are in store
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lighte.../202843410

One or two will be enough to get it started. Just put it in the bottom, cover it with briquettes and light it up. You are ready to grill in 10 minutes.
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Thanks OP. TU & Rep.
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Or splurge of a Weber performer deluxe and use propane to light your charcoal Smilie
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Quote from shhaggy View Post :
Well you're supposed to wait for it all to burn off. If you're not waiting for the charcoal to get completely gray, you're doing it wrong.



A $6 chimney starter will save you a ton in no time.
Had the same chimney start for about 10 years and it finally rusted through that the place where the charcoal sits broke off... i just picked up a nice one at WalMart for $8 something.

I just bought Royal Oak 2x12lb bags at walmart for $7.44...
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Man just got this at Lowe's for 12.99. Guess I can get more.
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