I used the jealous devil big briqs to cook some wings today using the vortex. Started the coals in a chimney using my Performer, then dumped in the vortex in my 26". I thought it was great. No issues. Also didn't notice they were any better or worse than Kingsford Pro. The size of the briqs are...
Broke in my new grate on the 26" kettle today with a nice vortex wing cook. Noticed on the 26" you have to cook them longer than on the 22" kettle.
Tried some sauce from my friends new company Blonde Beard's. Buffalo sauce called Holy Hell. It's got some kick!
You can try drilling it out, start with a small drill bit and work your way up.
After you've got a small hole drilled, try heating it up with a small torch. Home depot sells them for like $20, handy little tools.
I just kept swapping back and forth between drilling and torching and eventually...
That's one of my favorite things to do on the weekend! I only have kettles, so no option to smoke on a BGE or WSM. The 26" is so nice for smoking.
This OnlyFire rack/grate would make loading up a bunch of ribs on a 22" very easy....assuming it works like it appears to work
Before you guys loaded up on a bunch of bags of this, buy one pair and use it first. I would not recommend for low and slow. Seems to burn fast once it's lit and very ashy.....but works great for burgers and other fast cooks.
That's decent charcoal for the price, but is no where near the Weber charcoal.
The red-white-blue RO bags are good for hot and fast cooks. They take a little longer to get going than other charcoal.
I'll stick to Kingsford Pro, but am trying out some Jealous Devil this weekend.
Interesting. Reminds me of this product from Aura.
Haven't use either. Curious about how the OnlyFire one fits on the kettle. If it sits into the kettle, you don't have much room for charcoal. If it sits high on the kettle, then unsure how the...