Skip To Content
The number of items in your shopping list has exceeded the maximum limit. Please remove some items, or create a new shopping list.
Oops. This product is only available in a minimum quantity of or more units
Roll over image to zoom in

Kingsford Long Burning Charcoal Briquets

Product description

Keep the BBQ going with Kingsford Long-Burning Charcoal Briquets. The innovative charcoal is made with a blend of premium chars and long-lasting ingredients to deliver an extended burn, with less ash

Preparation instructions

Grilling Tips: Grilling (for general grilling): Open grill vents for higher temperatures. Reduce vent openings to lower the temperature. Cooking with the lid off creates high heat. Cook with the lid on for slower cooking methods. Smoking & Slow Cooking (slow cooking is a process of barbecuing for long periods of time at low temperatures to add flavor and tenderize): Fill up the bowl with charcoal and light briquets with fire-starter cubes or an electric starter. Reduce the vents to lower temperature, maintain moisture; cook over a drip pan with water on the empty side. Directions: 1. Stack briquets in a pyramid. Add lighter fluid following lighter fluid directions. 2. Light charcoal. Leave grill uncovered. Flames will die out while the briquets continue to burn and start to ash over. 3. Spread briquets in a single layer when covered in ash (in about 15 minutes). Begin grilling. Store briquets in a cool, dry place.

Safety warning
This product can expose you to chemicals, including soot, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and carbon monoxide, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Carbon Monoxide Hazard: Burning charcoal inside can kill you. It gives off carbon monoxide, which has no odor. Never burn charcoal inside homes, vehicles or tents. For Your Safety: Never use gasoline to light charcoal. Do not add lighter fluid directly to burning or hot charcoal. Make sure ashes are cold before discarding. Never barbecue indoors (see warning above). Barbecue away from flammable items, overhangs and trees.
Actual product packaging and materials may contain more or different information than that shown on our website. You should not rely solely on the information presented here. Always read labels, warnings and directions before using or consuming a product. View full Product Information Disclaimer
Add to List

Kingsford Long Burning Charcoal Briquets

Roll over image to zoom in
Add to List
Product description

Keep the BBQ going with Kingsford Long-Burning Charcoal Briquets. The innovative charcoal is made with a blend of premium chars and long-lasting ingredients to deliver an extended burn, with less ash

Preparation instructions

Grilling Tips: Grilling (for general grilling): Open grill vents for higher temperatures. Reduce vent openings to lower the temperature. Cooking with the lid off creates high heat. Cook with the lid on for slower cooking methods. Smoking & Slow Cooking (slow cooking is a process of barbecuing for long periods of time at low temperatures to add flavor and tenderize): Fill up the bowl with charcoal and light briquets with fire-starter cubes or an electric starter. Reduce the vents to lower temperature, maintain moisture; cook over a drip pan with water on the empty side. Directions: 1. Stack briquets in a pyramid. Add lighter fluid following lighter fluid directions. 2. Light charcoal. Leave grill uncovered. Flames will die out while the briquets continue to burn and start to ash over. 3. Spread briquets in a single layer when covered in ash (in about 15 minutes). Begin grilling. Store briquets in a cool, dry place.

Safety warning
This product can expose you to chemicals, including soot, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and carbon monoxide, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Carbon Monoxide Hazard: Burning charcoal inside can kill you. It gives off carbon monoxide, which has no odor. Never burn charcoal inside homes, vehicles or tents. For Your Safety: Never use gasoline to light charcoal. Do not add lighter fluid directly to burning or hot charcoal. Make sure ashes are cold before discarding. Never barbecue indoors (see warning above). Barbecue away from flammable items, overhangs and trees.
Actual product packaging and materials may contain more or different information than that shown on our website. You should not rely solely on the information presented here. Always read labels, warnings and directions before using or consuming a product. View full Product Information Disclaimer

Reviews

Tell us what you think!
Tell us what you think!
Be the first to write a review!
Wondering what to say?
  • Include usage tips, key benefits, and helpful suggestions.
  • Did you have a good or bad experience?
  • Would you recommend this to friends or family?
  • Be respectful to others.
{{review.commentTitle}} {{review.timestampFormatted}}
{{review.commentText}}
by {{review.sender.screenName}} {{review.sender.screenName ? review.sender.screenName : 'Anonymous'}}
Was this review helpful to you?
{{reply.commentTitle}}
Customer Relations
{{reply.timestampFormatted}}
{{reply.commentText}}