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Old 06-14-2018, 07:01 AM   #1
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So i setup a two zone cook on my OTG, drip pan next to the coals, what do you guys do with the drip pan after the cook? Do you guys just leave it for the next cook? Do you empty it out? Do you trash it and put a new one in?


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Some good stuff here

https://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/s...d.php?t=129246
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Thanks but I have looked over that thread before for the different setups and what not but i was wondering what people actually do with pans. If they are one time use or what not.
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If I'm using the drippings, I use a new or well scrubbed pan. Otherwise, I empty them out, blast them with the hose, and set them upside down over the coals as the coals are extinguishing, When they are leaking, I recycle them. The heat will keep them as clean as the rest of the dripping coated cooker.
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In that thread I linked above some guys have used cast iron pans or stainless containers. I had I pie pan I used.

This is just a more permanent option. Aluminum pans will wear out and need to be replaced.

Either way I'd clean the drip pan out within a day of the cook.
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In that thread I linked above some guys have used cast iron pans or stainless containers. I had I pie pan I used.

This is just a more permanent option. Aluminum pans will wear out and need to be replaced.

Either way I'd clean the drip pan out within a day of the cook.

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I got a PM about the bricks in the picture.
The bricks in the picture are damaged pavers I got for free. The broken ends allow the bricks to fit better. I also have some broken firebricks that I use.



You can purchase a masonry blade for a circular saw that will cut bricks, if you want to. I find the partial bricks handy for indirect cooks of larger cuts.
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