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Unread 01-02-2013, 11:11 PM   #5
caseydog
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You could actually fuel a Weber Kettle with wood. I would go with small chunks, not long logs or splits. You would have to start your fire early, and get a bed of coals glowing, and add small amounts of wood to keep it going. Or, you could get some wood burning in a fire pit, and add hot coals while you cook.

The key is to be able to have a good bed of coals on the Weber, and add fuel as needed. If you are adding raw wood, you'll want to add small amounts at a time.

So, yeah, I think it is possible, but you will have to plan your cook, and keep a close eye on it.

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