Originally Posted by Keystone
After my last cook I had quite a few unburned briquettes left. Well it has rained ALOT here in NW GA. recently, and I was curious as to how they would burn. Appreciate any insight. Edit. Kettle was outside under a cover, but with no roof over it if that makes a difference.
I always use it. Its a nice treat of having a good kettle. One with leaks all through it will burn all the charcoal up everytime- one that can be shut down when done will save charcoal by smothering the fire for the next use. It does tend to burn faster but works the same otherwise