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Table of Contents:
- What temperature does a BBQ reach?
- Is BBQ the same as grilling?
- How do I know when the grill is ready?
- How long do coals last in a smoker?
- How do I keep my smoker going for hours?
What temperature does a BBQ reach?
Hot coals and gas flames (as well as flames from grease flare-ups) are in the temperature range of 2,000-3,800°F (1,093-2,093°C), and the surface of the grill grate is in the temperature range of 500-700°F (260-371°C)—depending on how many coals are being used, how high the gas is turned up, and whether or not the lid ...
Is BBQ the same as grilling?
“When you barbecue you are cooking with a slow circumvented unit of hot air with the lid closed. Grilling is done with the lid up and you're cooking with direct heat on the bottom, instead of all around the source. “You grill a steak and you barbecue a pork butt.”
How do I know when the grill is ready?
Follow this tip: The grill needs to get good and hot before any food is added. After lighting the grill, cover it with the lid and let the charcoal heat up for at least 15 minutes. You'll know it's ready when it looks gray and ashy.
How long do coals last in a smoker?
The firebox is filled with coal; a standard 15-pound bag of charcoal can burn for upwards of 15 hours—more than enough time to smoke brisket. You'll add wood chips to the coal briquettes; these wood chunks provide a distinct flavor to each batch of meat.
How do I keep my smoker going for hours?
This involves placing an unlit piece of wood or charcoal underneath the logs of wood. As the burning fire heads toward the unlit portion, the fire will flare back up and send the fire back upward. This helps keep the fire going for as long as it can go.
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