Question about Grilling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: char-broil water smoker
first, a charcoal fire in bottom tray, then a pan filled with hot (boiled) water above it, then the meat on top tray, then keep lid on a long time (hours) without peeking and remember to keep charcoal topped off. you should also soak hardwood hickory sticks in water for a day or 2 and wrap in aluminum foil with small holes punched through and place on top of charcoal to provide smoke. usually a large chicken is done in about 4 hours.
Posted on Oct 13, 2007
I have heard that the "new" propane tanks have a saftey valve that closes if they are opened too quickly, try opening the valve very slowly. When you say it has been cleaned that means you have checked the venturi and the burner for spiders?
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
It depends on whether your trying to smoke the meat or grill the meat. You can't do both at once.
If you want to grill the meat, don't even fool with the smoker part. Put the charcoal in the grill side, light it and allow it to get white hot, before putting the meat on to sear it on both sides first, before moving it to a cooler part of the grill to finish cooking to your likeness.
If you're trying to smoke meat or whatever, you use only the smoker side for heat and smoke. By, usually using some type of hardwood, like Oak, Mesquite , Pecan. etc. However, the meat or whatever you want to smoke, goes on the grill side (No charcoal required under it), because smoking is a low heat (200 - 225 degrees F) slow process. Any where from a couple of hours up top 8 hours, depending on what and how much you're smoking. It's often referred to, as "Low & Slow."
Hope this helped you to better understand how a combination grill-smoker works. Once you do a little receipe research and get the hang of it, you'll really enjoy it.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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