Chimney lighting method. 1. Insert newspaper into bottom of chimney starter. 2. Fill chimney with Kingsford® Lump Briquets. 3. Light the paper. Briquets will be ready once flames reach the top of the chimney. 4. Carefully pour the briquets onto the grill grate. Spread the briquets over the grill and begin cooking. Lighter fluid method: 1. Follow directions on the lighter fluid. Briquets will be ready to grill in about 10-15 minutes. Cooking tips: Kingsford® Lump Briquets are great for a range of cooking methods, depending on how you arrange the briquets and control the airflow. Grilling: Grilling is best suited for thin or small pieces of food, such as steaks, burgers, chicken breasts, fish fillets and vegetables. Place food on the grill rack directly over the heat source. Intense heat sears the outside of the food, giving it a delicious smoky flavor. Slow cooking: Slow cooking is perfect for foods that require longer cooking, such as chicken and ribs. With this method, grilling is at a consistent temperature without direct exposure to flame. On a charcoal grill: Spread lit coals to one side of the grill to create a searing zone, and place a drip pan with water on the opposite side. Cook meat over the drip pan with the grill cover closed. Slightly close the vents on the lid to slow the burn to thoroughly cook the meat while keeping it juicy inside. Store Briquets in a cool, dry place.
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