Expert Grill Charcoal Briquets, Charcoal Briquettes, 16 Lb

Brand Name Expert Grill
Model XG17-096-035-15
Rating ★★★½☆ 
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$5.96 

Expert Grill Charcoal Briquets, Charcoal Briquettes, 16 Lb

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Expert Grill Charcoal Briquets, Charcoal Briquettes, 16 Lb
Expert Grill Charcoal Briquets, Wood Charcoal Briquettes, 16 Lb Light with Expert Grill lighter fluid or all natural fire starters Store bag in a dry place Charcoal briquettes for charcoal barbecue grill For best results, start your fire 15 minutes before cooking Perfect for BBQ grills or Smoker *Warning: Do not pour lighter fluid or gasoline on burning wood charcoal Try the entire line of Expert Grill Charcoal and Firestarter products: Expert Grill Lump Charcoal Expert Grill Charcoal Briquettes Expert Grill Flavored Briquets Expert Grill Lighter Fluid Lighting Instructions: Warning - Never use gasoline or kerosene to start a fire 1. Remove cooking grate and fully open all vents. Arrange briquets in a pyramid (Refer to grill manufacturers specifications and capacities) 2. Follow lighter fluid container directions. Light briquets in several places. STAND BACK AFTER LIGHTING 3. In approximately 10 minutes, or when briquets are predominately ashed over, spread briquets evenly 4. Wait 5 minutes and begin cooking WARNING - DO NOT cover grill until flames have died down and briquets have ashed over. Accumulated fumes could flare up when cover is removed

 Customer Reviews

Love the charcol taste on a good piece of steak
Easy to Light I use a stove pipe with the coals and a balled up newspaper. leaves nothing but great charcoal tasteChuck1959
Great price, and price is what matters
Charcoal briquettes are a commodity - no real difference between brands. These are priced better than the name brands and get just as hot.ScottTheWeasel
Good results at a great prIce!
I don't understand the negative reviews I'm seeing on this. I've been a kingsford charcoal user for years, and will still use it for some things, but I find the expert grill product burns hot and long enough for most of my cooking, smoke flavor is good, and the price point is great. I'll continue to use!Stephen

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