I've done a cook on my kettle using nothing but wood chunks. Started a chimney of chunks, let those warm the kettle up while warming some more chunks on the cool side of the grate and added them before cooking. Of course, I was doing a high temp (About 300~325) and it was an experiment that actually worked, but using lump (Which is, after all, wood) is far cheaper for me...
Weber 22 1/2" OTS "Dirty Girl", Weber Performer/Cajun Bandit "Cajun Queen", GOSM "Bubba Q", Maverick et73, RED Thermapen, One Cameron Stove Top "Lazy Girl".It burns sawdust...
Avatar by Northwest BBQ!!!
If you really care about this place, you'll show some respect for it.
notches on my spatula.