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speedrcer1 10-07-2013 02:21 PM

Heating charcoal in a cooker during a comp
 
Just checking my interpretation.
In the middle of a competition, it is forbidden to introduce a heat source such as propane into a cooker even if it is a separate charcoal chamber, such as a Backwoods.
But if all competition meats are fully removed from the cooker, you CAN then use propane (or other) fuel to light more coals.

Thanks

Cayman1 10-07-2013 02:57 PM

Don't see how lighting more coals on an empty smoker would be any different than lighting it to start, so I think you are correct.

YankeeBBQ 10-08-2013 12:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by speedrcer1 (Post 2650364)
Just checking my interpretation.
In the middle of a competition, it is forbidden to introduce a heat source such as propane into a cooker even if it is a separate charcoal chamber, such as a Backwoods.
But if all competition meats are fully removed from the cooker, you CAN then use propane (or other) fuel to light more coals.

Thanks

That is correct. As long as there is no meat on the cooker.

speedrcer1 10-08-2013 02:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by YankeeBBQ (Post 2651434)
That is correct. As long as there is no meat on the cooker.

Thanks Steve.

CivilWarBBQ 10-14-2013 12:25 AM

Yes, I have been in that unfortunate situation where the fire goes out for some reason. Only thing to do at that point is move the meat to a cambro and start over. Hard to come back from that, but it is legal.


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