Originally Posted by Fishawn
X2..... I've also been using Kingsford for years with great results, but been trying RO briq's lately a bit & think it's pretty good also. I also tried a few bags of Stubbs & didn't car for it. The KBB does tend to ash up & clog vents/air flow on longer cooks though from my experience. The KBB is consistent & buying it when it is on sale saves a lot of $ in a year of cooking too.
what did you not like about Stubbs?
I think its excellent and doesnt have that off smell that KBB has lighting up which I dont want on my food when doing a minion burn on my vertical
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