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BBQ

Rusty Nails

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Has anyone else ever used their propane burner to light charcoal for the BBQ? I just set my charcoal chimney on the burner.
 

cfell

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nope.. never did that..  If you have a way of keeping briquettes inside the chimney it should work.

Make sure none fall out.. and hold a pan under the chimney as you transfer over to the pit...so none fall on the ground.
 

dirigo

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I have a combo gas/ charcol grill with a side burner. The side burner was designed to accomodate a starter chimney. I just set my loaded chimney over the side burner, ignite it and once the briquets start I move the chimney to a cement block next to the charcol side and wait till its ready. Works great and don't have to burn paper.
 

drunkydrinky

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I don't know! But i have BBQ! that is my real opinion! i have it because it costs too much
 

ihikeut

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I do it all the time when me and my fishing, hunting partner are out camping. Most of are trips included a lot of DUTCH OVEN cooking. 
 
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