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Old 04-11-2014, 09:19 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Deep South View Post
I always start with a good bed of charcoal and switch over to woodsplits.

^ I too always start out with a good bed of charcoal and switch over to wood for the cook . It takes a little longer to establish a good bed of coals using just wood to start the fire, but the end result is the same to me
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Old 04-12-2014, 10:58 PM   #17
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I was using all wood in my lang, even to start it.But its been a brutal winter here and seasoned wood is scarce now. Yesterday I made as big of a basket that would fit, filled it with ro lump not charcoal.Threw in a few chunks of wood and wow! I loved it.It ran for several hours steady 250. Added a peice of wood after about 3/4 hrs,kept it going.clean smoke from start.The weather was calm and 75 outside.So now there is 16 bags ro lump in my garage.But I was okay with all wood,just more tending.
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