Originally Posted by MilitantSquatter
FYI... Totonno's has the coal and pizza right near each other
I stand corrected... I have never heard of coal and food being in the same chamber. Thank for the pictures.
But also after "KW" pointed out that Anthracite is a dense clean burning coal, I did look up and find that it is aprox 92% pure carbon and does not gives off fumes below the point of ignition. This means it burns cleanly consuming any petroleum based vapors within the fire the same way propane (liquid petroleum gas) is cleanly consumed in the burners of our backyard grills.
"PatioDaddio" also pointed out that Anthracite is in Kingsford Charcoal Briquettes as well.
Thanks for expanding the horizons of my knowledge.
But personally I still would not use it if the exhaust came in contact with my food.