Single-zone fire

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To make a single-zone fire, first light the charcoal in a chimney starter. When the coals glow bright orange, dump them out and spread or rake them into a single layer across the bottom of the grill. Leave one corner of the grill without coals as a safety zone over which you can move the food if it starts to burn. Start grilling when the coals are just beginning to ash over.
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To make a single-zone fire, first light the charcoal in a [[chimney starter]]. When the coals glow bright orange, dump them out and spread or rake them into a single layer across the bottom of the grill. Leave one corner of the grill without coals as a safety zone over which you can move the food if it starts to burn. Start grilling when the coals are just beginning to ash over.
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Latest revision as of 20:16, 15 November 2013

To make a single-zone fire, first light the charcoal in a chimney starter. When the coals glow bright orange, dump them out and spread or rake them into a single layer across the bottom of the grill. Leave one corner of the grill without coals as a safety zone over which you can move the food if it starts to burn. Start grilling when the coals are just beginning to ash over.

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