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Old 03-17-2019, 12:02 PM   #16
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Do you have a link to the thread? I could use a good laugh. As for ideas, have you tried to use wet wood chucks and wet charcoal, maybe that matchlight charcoal would also help.
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Thanks. I noticed LYU370 used already lit charcoal. I bet that woman just dumped unlit charcoal and soaked wood chunks in and let the propane light the charcoal/wood chunks.
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That was a fun Saturday. Way too much bourbon was involved if I recall.
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Thanks. I noticed LYU370 used already lit charcoal. I bet that woman just dumped unlit charcoal and soaked wood chunks in and let the propane light the charcoal/wood chunks.
Looking at the video, she put it the pan designed for wood chips. So yeah, I'm sure it smoldered for a long, long time.
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