Charcoal suppliers

Charcoal cookers (such as Weber Kettles)
Manfred
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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by Manfred » Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:28 pm

That's rather personal information regarding his daughter. I trust you have permission to post that.


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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by peter yeoman » Thu Jan 26, 2017 11:53 am

I'm fine with Daves post, would love to be back cooking charcoal instead of being at the Royal Children's hospital,Dave is right about my daughter, she broke her c5 and fractured c6-7, she can only move her arms and wrists, can't use her fingers or anything below her shoulders, milly was in grade 6 at primaryschool and was doing a swim program .

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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by titch » Thu Jan 26, 2017 11:57 am

Damm Peter.
My wife and I are sorry to hear that and our thoughts are with your Family and daughter
Cheers
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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by Papou » Sat Sep 02, 2017 8:15 pm

Bunnings now stock 10kg bags of charcoal for $15 odd dollars a BAG , also 20kg bags of (cant remember the name ) for $40 so yes they are starting to get into the Charcaol if one doesnt like the heatbeads so much ey.
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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by Powderdigit » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:35 pm

Dupain wrote:
Thu Jun 23, 2016 3:34 pm
A few days ago I received a 3kg consignment of charcoal from http://www.kishubinchotan.com.au
The product quality is very good. The guy running the show told me that the charcoal is direct from Japan... I know its pricey...
I am loving this forum...learning heaps just from reading... and then I see BBQ Joe and Dupain importing wood from Japan for something called table-top grilling. I'll look that up soon but this Japanese wood makes my Namibian Etosha HoutSkool look like a bargain! Blimey ....

and Peter - my thoughts are with you and Milly.
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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by 12x7 » Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:09 pm

Powderdigit wrote:
Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:35 pm

I am loving this forum...learning heaps just from reading... and then I see BBQ Joe and Dupain importing wood from Japan for something called table-top grilling. I'll look that up soon but this Japanese wood makes my Namibian Etosha HoutSkool look like a bargain! Blimey ....
Binchotan from Japan is expensive. Great for cooking on your hibachi.

Try some of the Binchotan from Emberpak if you are looking to spend less. http://emberpak.com/charcoal/#whitecharcoal

Emberpak has a great range of charcoal. @emberpak

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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by bbjayo » Mon Apr 23, 2018 12:04 pm

Just a heads up for anyone in Brisbane. I took a drive out to this place - https://www.barbequesandmore.com.au/smokers/fuel.php a couple of weekends ago and picked up a 19kg bag of chunky gidgee for $45.

I've been using an akorn kamado for the last 5 or so years and have tried pretty much every type of fuel. This stuff has been the best by far. Some of the lumps are a bit big (about 20cm long) but I've had no issues lighting or burning. It lights quickly, burns hot and is surprisingly long lasting. It takes significantly less time for the grill to get up to temp and I've had no problems maintaining high or low temps. One of the best things about it is that it gives off very little smoke even as it comes up to temp. It's super clean burning.

It was a bit of a trip for me but well worth it. I'd recommend it to anyone in Brisbane.

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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by David.Cheetham » Thu Feb 07, 2019 10:24 am

I am getting excellent results from CHEF'S CHOICE CHARCOAL from Charleville.
Their extra chunky charcoal works very well.
Have stock in Toowoomba.

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Re: Charcoal suppliers

Post by Davo » Thu Feb 07, 2019 1:16 pm

whatz it made of David?

Gidgee?
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