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Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: Sneaky] #8075459 12/04/20 02:57 AM
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I use one of these, no smell.



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Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: bill oxner] #8075462 12/04/20 02:58 AM
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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Nothing beats a grill over a campfire with pecan wood.

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Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: Sneaky] #8075465 12/04/20 03:00 AM
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Lighter fluid - phooey. During the season, it's Mesquite and a pear burner here. Gas grill only for off season when it is hot and time is short.

Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: Sneaky] #8075466 12/04/20 03:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Sneaky
I think the smell is stuck in my jacket, though.


Now I know what cigars to bring. This, from a former cigarette smoker


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Originally Posted by Creekrunner
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I think the smell is stuck in my jacket, though.


Now I know what cigars to bring. This, from a former cigarette smoker


I did smoke one just to cover the smell.


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Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: NORML as can be] #8075485 12/04/20 03:11 AM
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Originally Posted by NORML as can be
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Nothing beats a grill over a campfire with pecan wood.

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You can put one or three of them on my plate anytime food


Yeah, gotta give this pic to him. Every time I see it, I think “dang those STILL look amazing”


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Gas grill for me.


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Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: Creekrunner] #8075491 12/04/20 03:13 AM
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No, no, and no. If you cook a lot of wood/Kingsford/ mesquite fires-and I do. I found the answer; get one of those small propane bottles(always at garage sales) hook a Harbor Freight torch burner to it, get the welder striker, and never look back. You can flat start a fire in 2 minutes. No smell.

Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: Sneaky] #8075493 12/04/20 03:17 AM
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Never use lighter fluid. Use a torch(pear burner) fire is going in no time.

Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: Sneaky] #8075545 12/04/20 03:55 AM
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Well, the meat turned out alright. It’s certainly edible. I would not recommend that lighter fluid, though. Not at all.


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Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: Sneaky] #8075743 12/04/20 12:31 PM
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Well, the meat turned out alright. It’s certainly edible. I would not recommend that lighter fluid, though. Not at all.


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Originally Posted by Sneaky
Well, the meat turned out alright. It’s certainly edible. I would not recommend that lighter fluid, though. Not at all.


I use an electric starter, but use lump oak charcoal only.


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Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: bill oxner] #8075902 12/04/20 02:27 PM
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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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Gas grill for me.


You might just finally have a point, Bill.


Too impatient. Love the charcoal but get in a hurry.


I thought retirement was all about sitting back and enjoying everything at a slower pace because you literally have nothing to do. It's us younger people in this world who are in a rush and don't take time to sit back and enjoy the simple things in life?


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I use a paper towel with a small amount of canola oil.


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Originally Posted by Dry Fire
I use a paper towel with a small amount of canola oil.


I will do that if I don't have any old ads laying around.


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I’ve never had an issue with kingsford, gulf, or even HEB brand lighter fluid. I just make sure to let it soak in for a few minutes before lighting, and make sure my coals are all grey colored before putting the meat on.
That lighter fluid Sneaky used must be some China junk.


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Gas grill for me.


You might just finally have a point, Bill.


Too impatient. Love the charcoal but get in a hurry.


I thought retirement was all about sitting back and enjoying everything at a slower pace because you literally have nothing to do. It's us younger people in this world who are in a rush and don't take time to sit back and enjoy the simple things in life?


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Re: Royal Oak all natural clean-fuel. [Re: Bullfrog] #8075929 12/04/20 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Bullfrog
When you have it in your mind you want a steak, impatience kicks in


Even when steak night is the exact same night of the week for some, maybe not all, but some eat it the same day of the week.


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I use a chimney. Pro-tip, shove the newspaper in, then before you add the charcoal, add a small handful of really dry twigs. I've never had to light it twice since I quit using just paper.


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It's probably repackaged hand sanitizer made by one of the distilleries. They can't hardly give that stuff away that they produced and distributed in liquor bottles. Everybody wants small hand pump bottles with aloe in them.


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It's probably repackaged hand sanitizer made by one of the distilleries. They can't hardly give that stuff away that they produced and distributed in liquor bottles. Everybody wants small hand pump bottles with aloe in them.


You might be on to something. We made hand sanitizer at work, for awhile, and the ethanol that went into it smelled very similar. Awful stuff.


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Originally Posted by procraft05
I’ve always bought Kingsford

Friend of mine competition cooks weekly and talks up Royal Oak

I tried it once, it wasn’t the smell that threw me but it seems to burn way hotter

I tried Royal Oak once, back to Kingsford I am




Royal Oak is smoky as hell. Kingsford or good lump for me.

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We cook over wood a bunch. When in Bee County, we would cut a beer can in half, fill it the top with plain ol gas and light it. Sure worked great. Just don’t bump the grill while the torch is lit.

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