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[Home Depot] YMMV Weber briquettes 20lbs 5.98

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[Home Depot] YMMV Weber briquettes 20lbs 5.98

Bought 6 bags. Found in Terrebonne.
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SuperPaulette wrote: Bought 6 bags. Found in Terrebonne.
Can anyone confirm any bags available in Pointe Claire?
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shade69 wrote: Can anyone confirm any bags available in Pointe Claire?
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Plenty of stock in Lachenaie.
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Great deal if you can stock up at this price. I’m a convert to this stuff to use in my Weber Smokey Mountain. Bought a few bags for $15 this past fall. Prior I only used lump charcoal from Costco, but this stuff burned cleaner, more evenly and for longer. Stockcheck, shows It’s still 19.99 in the stores around me, but grab ‘Em if you can find them
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Cyrville location, just picked up 6 bags, still have lots.
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Hey, for those who still interested in stocking up some Weber briquettes, there are quite a few in Home Depot at Elgin Mill and Leslie, Richmond Hill, under 6 bucks.
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lmx116 wrote: Hey, for those who still interested in stocking up some Weber briquettes, there are quite a few in Home Depot at Elgin Mill and Leslie, Richmond Hill, under 6 bucks.
Thanks for the reminder. Might need to go grab some
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lmx116 wrote: Hey, for those who still interested in stocking up some Weber briquettes, there are quite a few in Home Depot at Elgin Mill and Leslie, Richmond Hill, under 6 bucks.
Went to stock up for the spring/summer/fall season. The stock is there but the price is back to normal $19.99. They will not honor the $5.98 price so I say the deal is "expired".
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There is stock in Laval, but ST says 19.99$, any idea if this is really 6$?
I literally just got home from Home Depot buying 2 bags of kings ford lol. I picked up lump charcoal last week from a BBQ store but I hate lump charcoal other then for searing
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Stocktrack for me shows in stock and price of $0. Free briquettes! Winking Face
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Can confirm that Lachenaie/Terrebonne put their price back up to 19.99$ and there is no stock at Ville d'Anjou.
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WiseOx wrote: I’m a convert to this stuff to use in my Weber Smokey Mountain. Bought a few bags for $15 this past fall. Prior I only used lump charcoal from Costco, but this stuff burned cleaner, more evenly and for longer.
I'm the opposite - I switched from briquettes to lump charcoal on my Green Egg after "learning" that the briquettes have all sorts of chemicals in them....not something I want in/around my food if possible. Did I read some over-hyped scare article or are they basically soaked in starter fluid as it was suggested?
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RetiredRFDer wrote: I'm the opposite - I switched from briquettes to lump charcoal on my Green Egg after "learning" that the briquettes have all sorts of chemicals in them....not something I want in/around my food if possible. Did I read some over-hyped scare article or are they basically soaked in starter fluid as it was suggested?
Weber briquettes should be fine.
The perfect cut of meat deserves the best fuel and accessories to execute it. The new Weber briquettes burn long and strong, and are 100% natural with no added chemicals, so that all you taste is food. Pair the briquettes with any of our charcoal accessories and you're one step closer to BBQ success!
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This deal is from December.... Is it even on still?


I went to the Mavis location and it scanned at 19.99
Ended up buying an electric charcoal starter so the trip wasn't wasted...

At 23$ it was cheaper than most of the Amazon starters..
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I stocked up back in early Jan when I found a skid in Cobourg.
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RetiredRFDer wrote: I'm the opposite - I switched from briquettes to lump charcoal on my Green Egg after "learning" that the briquettes have all sorts of chemicals in them....not something I want in/around my food if possible. Did I read some over-hyped scare article or are they basically soaked in starter fluid as it was suggested?
What you read may be true of some briqs but not all briqs. Avoid anything that is "quick starting" or easy light types IMO.

I use Maple Leaf Briqs...you can readily find them at you local hardware stores like Rona, Lowes, Cdn Tire, HomeHardware.

http://charbonfeuillederable.com/charbo ... e_usa.html

Maple leaf charcoal briquets
Our briquets are made of small charcoal fines and starch (wheat flour) as a natural binder. Unlike many other manufacturers of briquets, we do not use any chemical additives nor clay in the manufacturing process which preserves the flavor of food when cooking on a BBQ.

This complementary offering of briquets allows us to value the entire production of charcoal, including the fine particles which help minimizing the environmental footprint of our manufacturing facility.

Our briquets are easy to use alone or in combination with our natural hardwood lump charcoal. The briquets emit high heat for long cooking hours. The available sizes are 4 kg and 8 kg bags.
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