Charcoal grilling and cool barbecue gift ideas
Barbeque and grilling tools are great fathers day gifts
If you are like me, and I would dare say you are. Everybody you know enjoys a good barbecue. In the backyard, a weekend camping trip over the Fourth of July weekend, or any other special occasion finds us firing up the charcoal and grilling all our favorite foods. The biggest obstacle to all the barbecue goodness charcoal provides, for many of us simply getting the charcoal started in the first place. Would you like to know what the easy way to get charcoal started without using all those hazardous petroleum based products is, I thought you would. Continue reading this article and discover, for less than $20 you can purchase a charcoal chimney starter and solve that problem once and for all.
The best charcoal chimney starter, safe & easy way to get the party started
Chimney Starter Makes a Great Gift for Dad
BBQ Chefs and Competitive Grill Masters Agree
Long used by competitive barbecues and professional chefs, around the world, charcoal provides that crucial element of taste that only true hardwood charcoal provide. Introducing petroleum products to the recipe is a bad thing. For a number of reasons, throwing petroleum based fuel source on a fire has resulted in more than a few fire-starters to lose their facial hair, or something much worse. In addition to causing a barbecue grill to resemble a towering inferno, the petroleum fire starters create soot, and other harmful byproducts that affect the taste and quality of the food we plan to feed our family and guests.
No Dangerous Chemical Fire-starters Required
The easy to use and effective alternative to petroleum based fire-starters, a charcoal chimney starter cost less than $20 and last for years. To use a charcoal chimney starter, all you need is a good hardwood charcoal, not the chemically treated stuff that is supposed to light with just a match, a bit of crumpled-up newspaper and a couple fireplace matches.
Remember the hardwood charcoal you use is a major component of the seasoning of your food. Popular choices of hardwood charcoals use, hickory, apple, pecan, oak, and mesquite. With each having, settle differences in the way they flavor your food, you may find you like to use different charcoal for seafood and pork or your favorite beef brisket and chicken.
To simply and easily start your charcoal, load the charcoal chimney starter with charcoal in the top, crumple a few pieces of newspaper into a ball, put into the bottom of the charcoal chimney starter and place over the rack of your charcoal grill, light the newspaper and wait a few minutes for the charcoal to get
Be safe and enjoy your next barbecue, Mike