Originally Posted by Stewie
Whatever. I own a kettle grill, too. You're a ****ing genious!
What is your fuel? Do you wait two hours for the nuance to develop? Do you throw lump on the grill and think it's good, not knowing what it takes for flavor? Kingsford?
I really, really want to know.
Depends on my mood and the event. If I'm at home wanting something quick and easy I use Kingsford. Don't worry I don't use lighter fluid like most. If I'm in no hurry to BBQ then I'll use a wood. Depending on what meat is choose I'll try to find the preferred wood.
People think just because you use charcoal you have to wait 45 minutes to even put the meat on the grill. Stupid rookies. I have bbqed numerous of times with the coals not being red. You have to learn to use your vents and indirect heat. I did a tri tip less then 30 minuets.
Everyone wants to think they're a master on the grill and I'm not one. I just know how to BBQ from a family business I worked for. I personally can taste the gas on "some" products. If I'm doing something that's expensive, I'll be one mad son of a bitch if it tasted like gas.