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Unread 08-14-2011, 09:33 AM   #1
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Default New BBQr's Delight Charcoal Pellets... What ?

I see that BBQ'rs Delights has a new Charcoal Pellet product. Supposedly made from oak and charcoal. Anyone know anything more about this and what would be the purpose ? Can't seem to find out any more information.

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http://www45.instantestore.net/merch...-20-lb-bag.cfm
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I have three pellet smoker and have used and liked the BBQ Delight line. The add says "add that charcoal flavor to your food". It's been my experience that the pellets don't really add an overpowering flavor. These may be a little stronger. I may order a bag or two and try them.
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I'm trying to figure out what "charcoal flavor" is.
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I'm wondering if the pellet smoker manufacturers are ok with the burning of charcoal pellets in their units. I'd be a little nervous trying these without talking with the manufacturer first. I've heard of people putting a couple charcoal briquettes in a container at the bottom of their pellet smokers next to the fire pot for added production of nitrites or something.
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