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  1. Anyone else use B&B charcoal briquettes? Just used some on a pork butt on my Weber Performer via the snake method, and they are fantastic. I did a 2 x 2 row of briquettes with some apple and hickory chunks. Let me explain that a little better. I ran a row of two briquettes around the grill and topped it with another row of two wide briquettes, then put chunks of hickory and apple wood every 6". At first I had the vents on the Performer wide open and the temps began to spike. Then I closed the bottom vents till they were barely open and left the ones on the lid wide open. Once settled in the temp stayed dialed in at 275° for the next 9 hours. By the time the pork was done the charcoal has been burning for a steady 10 hours and looked like it had another 5 left to it. To say the least I was impressed with the performance of the B&B briquettes. Low ash production and it burned up completely. The food tastes fantastic and everyone was happy. Do yourself a favor and grab a bag and give it try. Next time it goes on sale I'm loading with at least 20 bags. Well that's if it's ever $9.99 again.