Jun 15 # 6 of 21
If you are tasting the lighter fluid on your grilled foods you are not letting the coals heat up enough to burn up all the lighter fluid that was used to start charcoal or you need to use a little less lighter fluid to start the charcoal. When you let the coals heat up about 10-15 minutes before cooking it allows the lighter fluid to burn up completely. Once the charcoal is well heated then place your food on the grill.
Jun 16 # 7 of 21
I noticed that Lowes has the Cowboy lump charcoal in stock right now. It was on the right as I walked in the door. Quiet prominent.
Jul 2 # 8 of 21
My preference is charcoal. I just love the smoky flavor. I have tried grilled but it just doesnt suit me. We dont currently have a grill but are looking to get one soon.
Jul 3 # 9 of 21
I agree the smoky flavor of charcoal is the best when BBQing. If you prefer charcoal over gas I recommend getting a Weber grill. They are built well and last a long time. The newer ones have plastic handles instead of the wooden ones that weathered over time. I have the large kettle version on my deck and a smaller kettle one for the beach. Don't know what I would do without my Weber grill.
Jul 27 # 10 of 21
My Dad only uses Kingsford and has been for years, he doesn't believe in using a gas grill.