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baruch Mar 18, 2002 02:38 PM

I have run out of hardwood charcoal and was wondering if any of you knew a good source for this in the Boston/South Shore area?

I really like sugar maple charcoal, but any will do.

Thanks in advance.

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    Alan H Mar 20, 2002 09:47 AM

    Read the replys and just wanted to add a few things.
    I usually buy Cowboy Charcoal, real hardwood charcoal, for $4.99 (8.8 lbs.) at Market Basket for convenience. I was at the Ashland location Sunday, found it mismarked at $1.99 and bought a few bags. Brookline Ice and Coal (not open 24/7 as another poster suggested) sells a 20 lb bag for $10, plus they also sell mesquite and hickory in both blocks and chips.

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      Hari Mar 18, 2002 04:05 PM

      Trader Joes sells hardwood charcoal, it's mixed woods though.

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        galleygirl Mar 18, 2002 04:16 PM

        Actually, I haven't bought it there, but one of my friends says that Trader Joes buys it from Brookline Ice and Coal, too.

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        galleygirl Mar 18, 2002 02:56 PM

        Brookline Ice and Coal
        617-232-0941
        617-423-2823
        610 Brookline Ave
        Brookline,MA

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          chuck s Mar 18, 2002 04:44 PM

          They are the best, the cheapest and they are open 24/7.

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