Originally Posted by captndan
Let's not try to reinvent the wheel here or the lump. A simple retort is just that you cannot improve on it. A wannabe (REALLY??)pitmaster who pays $20.00 a pound for a prime piece of meat then searches for the cheapest charcoal or lump should have their hands severely singed. KISS
It's not a savings of money...it's the satisfaction and fun that you get from the challenge.
Never thought about how charcoal was made, let alone taking on the task of actually producing my own.
In the end, I'm guessing it'll cost me more to make it, the buying a bag.
ButtBurner - thanks again. Keep us posted on your findings with it.