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Ingredients: How To Cook With Fire

  • 1 HOT FIRE

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If you have prepared the ingredients needed, now time to start cooking. There are 12 steps you must follow to make How To Cook With Fire in your home by yourself.

    Step 1
  • In outdoor cooking there are 2 methods of utilizing the heat. "Direct Heat" is cooking directly over the heat source. Which is best suited for short term cooking ( steaks ,pork chops, hamburgers, shish kabobs, boneless skinless chicken breasts, etc.) and "Indirect Heat" is when the heat source is on one side and the food is on the other. Best suited for long slow cooking and smoking.
  • Step 2
  • Lighting the Fire... To light charcoal you should use either a chimney starter or any cooking oil. NEVER USE A PETROLEUM LIGHTING FLUID. Those chemicals will not cook out of the charcoal and will only end up in your food. You should never use instant light charcoal either.
  • Step 3
  • To layout a Direct Heat fire, layout an even lair of hot charcoals in the back 2/3rds of the grill. Leaving 1/3 in front of you empty and heat free. This "safe zone" in the front serves two purposes. You don't have to reach over the heat to tend the food and is a place to hold the food to prevent over cooking.
  • Step 4
  • To layout an Indirect Heat fire, layout half of the hot charcoal on the left of the grill and the other half on the right side leaving the center of the grill empty.
  • Step 5
  • Place a drip pans in the center.
  • Step 6
  • A "3 Zone Fire" give you the advantage of Direct Grilling and long term heat for slow cooking.
  • Step 7
  • To layout a 3 Zone Fire, add a double thick layer of hot charcoal on the back 3rd of the grill and a single layer of hot charcoal in the center.
  • Step 8
  • Place a drip pans in the front.
  • Step 9
  • Utilizing a water pan... By adding water to the drip pan it creates a moist cooking environment and helps to even and maintain a cooler cooking temperature.
  • Step 10
  • Smoking... By adding a handful or two of wet wood chips you can turn any grill into a smoker. The difference woods use for smoking adds different flavors. Hickory adds a very heavy hardy smoke flavor. Applewood is much lighter in flavor.
  • Step 11
  • Smokin
  • Step 12
  • Ring of Fire... A ring fire is for long slow cooking with Indirect Heat. Layout unlit charcoal in a half circles in your grill. Light 12 to 15 charcoal briquettes in your chimney starter. When the briquettes are ready add to one end of the unlit charcoal (add wet wood chips if you wish to smoke at this point). A ring fire will last 5 to 6 + hours.
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