"Pre-heating your grill grates before putting food on them will help prevent foods from sticking."
"Hickory, mesquite, and oak wood impart a bold flavor for red meats like beef and pork. Apple, cherry, and other fruit woods are milder and are ideal for pork and chicken."
Two Zone Versatility
"The most versatile way to cook, the two-zone fire is your first choice for cooking most foods on the grill."
Two Zone Fire
"A two-zone fire allows you to move food away from flames when flare-ups happen, then back to the heat when flames subside."
"After lighting, the flames will subside, and you will see the edges of the coals turn gray."
“You only need about 1.6 ounces of lighter fluid per pound of charcoal.”