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Old 01-29-2003, 05:39 PM   #1
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BBQ grill briquets questions

newbie question,
Installed a propane grill. It comes with a bag of briquets.
What is the best way to deploy these briquets. Obviously,
one bag is not enough to cover the flame.
I dont know if the flame supposed to be covered by briquets;
or should not be covered and briquets are lay down next to the flame.

What/where is the best briquet I can get that provides best flavor?

Many thanks.

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Hi PortAH,

Welcome to DiscussCooking. I placed my briquettes down the length of the flame, right beside it. They last a very long time. I haven't even investigated different briquettes for it but I will use some chunks of hickory using a piece of foil as a bowl.

I'm going to switch very soon back to a charcoal grill though - no comparison in flavor!

I hope this helps somewhat! :D
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