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The coals are perfect and hot, but the fire goes out before the f

The coals are perfect and hot but the fire goes out bedore the food is cooked. Why? How can I keep the fire going?

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With charcoal you light the coals and wait till they have turned white and the fire will have gone out by then but it will be very hot and will last an hour or more.

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Meat weighs 2llb 20oz how long should i cook it for we like it medium rare ?


The best thing you can do is to buy a BBQ digital thermometer that you place in the meat during cooking. They have a heavy duty wire with a temperature probe on the end. Sear the meat directly over the coals (or hot side of a gas grill), then move the meat to a cool side and then insert the temperature probe and close the grill lid. Cook until it reaches desired temp, for me 125 degrees is perfect. The total cooking time is hard to judge as it depends on your grill cooking temp, but the digital thermometer takes all of the guesswork out of the equation as to when the meat is done.

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Cooking a whole chicken / lamb roast


Good Evening, I love cooking with Charcoal/Wood. The bottom vents will adjust the temp, closed the coals burn slower and cooler. The top vents also control the temp, however more importantly the flavor by keeping the smoke in or out. With a roast you want low heat so I would close the bottom vents 1/2 way or so and since i like a smokey flavor of Hickory would keep the top vents closed. The key to a good Barbeque none the less is slow cooking. It also takes fine tuning, wind, breezes all effect how fast/hot the coals burn. Don't be afraid to add more coals as needed as well. Good Luck and have a great cookout. Thanks for using FixYa. Jeff

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Cooking info


You can print a new manual off of www.chargriller.com. But, the basics are:
1) Take cooking grates off of grill
2) Put enough charcoal on the grill to cover the desired cooking area two coal layers high
3) Pile up desired amount of charcoal (laid out in step 2)
4) Spray lighter fluid all over charcoal pile
5) Light the pile
6) Let the pile burn until the flames die out and most of the coal has turned white
7) Spread the coals back out (use tongs they will be hot). Put any coals that are still black on top of the white ones.
8) Put your cooking grates back on the grill and let the last black coals turn white and the grates heat up.
9) Now cook!

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How do i know the coals are still hot and cooking my food and im not sure ive placed them right in weber


Pile the charcoal up in the center of the weber to light them. Wait until they all turn white, most people don't wait long enough. Then spread them out in one layer on the bottom. Put on the grate and cook.

Dec 18, 2009 | Weber Genesis Silver B Grill

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Tried everything but I never could get the temperature above 200


grill wok replaces charcoal bin
Confirming that it works well. Super idea and very effective tool for keeping the fire consistently hot. Roughly $12 for one at local depot. This takes the frustration factor out.

Temp will stay nicely for an extended period of time. You will use less charcoal, but you do need to check on it every 1 1/2 to 2 hours to keep the temp constant.

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http://www.smoker-cooking.com/cant-get-the-temp-up.html

Going online and reading the reviews on my smoker from Home Depot I found out that everyone has this problem with this smoker. Without making any adjustments it doesn't get enough air to the coals to make the temp go up. Most people drilled holes into the coal pan and that works fine.

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Sure...the smoker top and middle lift off. There is a pan that goes over the charcoal pit. The pan is used to create moist heat. It will produce steam while you cook. I recommend flavoring whatever fluid you put in the pan with fruit, fruit juice, or frozen concentrate, or wine, mixed with water. You can put your initial batch of charcoal in the bottom, (pit) and fire it up just as you would any charcoal grill. once the coals are ready, you can put the pan over them, put the middle section in, (with whatever meat you prefer), then finally the top. During cooking, to produce a smoky flavor, you can put water soaked hickory or misquete chips with the charcoal, it has a door for access. You can also add charcoal as needed to maintain the desired heat level thru the door. Remember, it takes longer to prepare food on the smoker, the key is low heat and longer cooking times. For example, I usually cook a boston **** at about 185 degrees for up to 12 hours. Bon Appetite!

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Coal starts dying out the moment I put the Grill


even with all the vents open the air is restricted with the top on. This is what makes the kettle such a remarkable cooking machine. If you wish to grill then leave the lid off and cook directly over the coals, if you are grilling a thicker cut of meat such as a 1 1/2" thick porterhouse you might want to put the lid on for a while to more or less bake or broil the meat without blackening the surface of the meat and to achieve the desired internal doneness of the cut. you can also stack your briquettes/lump to one side and put the lid on so the exhaust is opposite to create a non direct cooking environment for cuts such as butts, ribs, briskets, whole chickens etc

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Not enough heat


I have not gotten a solution from FixYa, but some of the responses to other questions have revealed my plan of modification to the unit. No i would not like the Premium Assistance Plan, yet.
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Brian

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