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Starting a Fire

Post  Admin on Fri Nov 23, 2007 12:04 pm

Using a charcoal chimney starter...

Note the use of leather BBQ Mitts... coz it's very very hot!

Ready to cook.

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Re: Starting a Fire

Post  Don Marco on Sat Dec 15, 2007 12:21 am

I like to do it a little easyer and quicker :

Burner tube out of an old portable gasgrill, connected to a small propane/butane tank



Fire in the hole





10 minutes later



Sometimes if i feel i need to scare my neighbours, i like to pull out the weed burner to light up the grill.
Sounds like a F-16 taking off, thats the real macho way of lighting the grill



For refuleing i also use a charcoal chimney, though.

When using a charcoal chinmney, you gotta be careful with the surface it sits on.

Here a pic of a concrete floor in a factory where a buddy and i grilled for the party.





The heat from the chimney made the water in the concrete evaporate in a really loud blast with parts of concrete flying all around us and
the chimney goin 1,5 foot in the air.

The "Crater" was almost 12" diameter and 1,5" deep.




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