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Chimney Safety

Chimney Safety

The next two months of the year are the worst for chimney fires, especially if the temperature rises for a few days and then cools back down. Naturally, wood stoves get operated at a lower temperature when it warms up, causing creosote build-up in your chimney. When...

Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Ingredients • 1 pork tenderloin • 1 lb. package bacon • 4 tbsp Big Green Egg Citrus & Dill Seasoning, plus more for the exterior • 4 oz jar of peach preserves* Instructions Set your grill for 350° direct. Rub the pork loin with about ¾ of the peach preserves and...

A Year of Changes

A Year of Changes

So here we are again! 2019 is in the books and 2020 is before us as a blank sheet of paper. A lot of changes happened at Coalway over the last year, due to the change of ownership and company growth. We have three new people on our team…David Miller is our new...

Are you ready for the holidays?

Are you ready for the holidays?

Are you ready for that annual whirlwind of activities called the holidays? By the time you are reading this, we will be getting into November and the leaves will be clinging onto the trees for dear life. Of course, with November, our thoughts go to Thanksgiving Day,...

Full Packer Beef Brisket

Full Packer Beef Brisket

Beef brisket is the toughest part of a cow, but if barbecued at a low temperature long enough, it becomes one of the most tender and flavorful pieces of beef. It consists of 2 parts, the “flat” and the “point” which together form a “Full Packer” brisket. You can also...

Tips for safe burning in the winter

Tips for safe burning in the winter

As the temperatures drop and the need for heat increases, we would like to remind you of the importance of practicing safe burning with wood, coal, pellet or gas burning appliances. The following safety tips are a few that we deem important. Remember, you are building...