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HELLO. THIS IS MY FIRST TIME GRILLING ON MY OWN. MY QUESTION IS BY THIS GRILL NOT HAVING A LID WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO COOK W/O HAVING TOO MUCH SMOKE. B/C I SATY IN AN APARTMENT COMPLEX IM CONCERNED ABOUT COOKING W/O A LID ON THE PATIO. SHOULD I BE CONCERNED.

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The best way to cook on a BQ and have min smoke is to put tin foil on the grill with only a couple holes punched it for fat to drain, and don't let flames flair up, use water botttle near by to squirt coals if flames appear and spray some to put out flame. What causes smoke is the fat and juices from the meats hitting flames, this method cuts 90 percent of that.

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