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I grill outdoors almost daily on charcoal or propane. (Prefer my coals)
Biggest secret that was known for years in front of all grill-junkies and would-be pit masters...

The electric charcoal igniter..



I have one of these... at my house and anywhere I have the say of the coal lighting/grilling?
This is used..

Don't have access to an electrical outlet? get a charcoal chimney starter..



Light your coals with the chimney starter and newspaper..

(Good instructions on how-to, and source of my picture posted. )
http://www.virtualweberbullet.com/chimney.html


Now had I been able to inform this kid?

NEVER add accelerant to a lit fire, warm/red/hot coals, cinders, etc.
(Accelerant being lighter fluid, gasoline, kerosene, alcohol, flammable liquids, etc. )

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Old 07-05-2014, 06:14 AM
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Stick it back on for a couple of minutes, it's not done yet.

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Old 07-07-2014, 04:59 AM
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I grill outdoors almost daily on charcoal or propane. (Prefer my coals)
Biggest secret that was known for years in front of all grill-junkies and would-be pit masters...

The electric charcoal igniter..

...

I have one of these... at my house and anywhere I have the say of the coal lighting/grilling?
This is used..

Don't have access to an electrical outlet? get a charcoal chimney starter..

...

Light your coals with the chimney starter and newspaper..

(Good instructions on how-to, and source of my picture posted. )
http://www.virtualweberbullet.com/chimney.html


Now had I been able to inform this kid?

NEVER add accelerant to a lit fire, warm/red/hot coals, cinders, etc.
(Accelerant being lighter fluid, gasoline, kerosene, alcohol, flammable liquids, etc. )
Very well-put. I have a chimney starter and an electric starter as well. I live out in the middle of nowhere, so I've just gotten stuck in a rut using diesel and the wand blowtorch. I would have to start two chimney starters to get the quantity of briquettes I need for that big smoker. It's a little quicker than using the chimney/electric-starter, but the other method you described does work well and is probably safer for folks not used to starting fires.

And the BBQ pork I made for my extended family's Independence Day party turned out epic, as usual.

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Old 07-09-2014, 02:48 AM
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its gonna gate alot worse before it gets better dude.
a ton of the shit i see in the gore pics i have done myself.. just been lucky i guess i means who the fuck never added more charcoal fluid or similar scenario?

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If that's 30 minutes after it happened.. He'll get some good blisters.

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its gonna gate alot worse before it gets better dude.
a ton of the shit i see in the gore pics i have done myself.. just been lucky i guess i means who the fuck never added more charcoal fluid or similar scenario?
You can get away with adding more starter-fluid when working with diesel and/or kerosene. They won't flash-over like gasoline/petrol because they don't produce intensely-flammable vapors.

Take diesel as an example. If you pour more diesel on a starting-fire, you'll produce gobs of thick white smoke. You then have to put the big wand-torch to it to get it to burn and not smoke.

So, for the novice, mintycbo's advice is the safer approach. And, if you follow my approach, please remember to douse the charcoal heavily before lighting with the wand torch. If you get too much diesel in, it'll burn off in the 30-minute waiting period. That's why I said "douse liberally".

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I grill outdoors almost daily on charcoal or propane. (Prefer my coals)
Biggest secret that was known for years in front of all grill-junkies and would-be pit masters...

The electric charcoal igniter..



I have one of these... at my house and anywhere I have the say of the coal lighting/grilling?
This is used..

Don't have access to an electrical outlet? get a charcoal chimney starter..



Light your coals with the chimney starter and newspaper..

(Good instructions on how-to, and source of my picture posted. )
http://www.virtualweberbullet.com/chimney.html


Now had I been able to inform this kid?

NEVER add accelerant to a lit fire, warm/red/hot coals, cinders, etc.
(Accelerant being lighter fluid, gasoline, kerosene, alcohol, flammable liquids, etc. )
My father swears by our chimney starter. Makes whatever's being grilled tastier when it's over the wood chips, I don't know if it's because of the concentration beforehand or what, but it rocks.

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