Originally Posted by IbrahimSS
I used the poor mans technique ie a few briquettes of charcoal lined up and slightly overlapped then lit the first one and put some wood on top. I'm not sure if that's the greatest way to do it.
That's worked for thousands of people for centuries. It's only recently that we've had the new gadgets to spend money on.
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