The Wee Little Grill and Charcoal That'll Change the Way You Cook Outside
The konro grill will work with any charcoal, but what really makes the konro such a powerhouse is Japanese binchotan, log-shaped charcoal made from a variety of oak that combines the best aspects of lump charcoal and briquettes. Like lump coal, it burns blazing-hot—up to 900 degrees, says Stone’s co-executive chef Gareth Evans—but it also stays hot more like a briquette. You might not be cooking sausage and ribs for 25, but if you are, this charcoal is here for you.
Charcoal - Lump vs Briquettes Swapping from Cowboy Charcoal to Royal Oak Lump. Cowboy has become too inconsistent: too much dust and extra large chunks. The bags have been made smaller and the price went up.