Chimney Lighting Method: 1. Insert newspaper into bottom of chimney starter. 2. Fill chimney with Kingsford Competition 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 Competition Briquets burn hot and are ready to cook on fast! They provide for a range of cooking methods, based on how you arrange the briquets and control the airflow. Grilling: For general grilling, open up the grill vents for higher temperatures and reduce the vent openings to lower the temperature. Cooking with the lid off creates the highest heat levels, while cooking with the lid on chokes off the air for slower cooking methods. Searing: Searing is a process that creates a flavorful, caramelized outer crust Pour briquets on one side of the grill to create cooking zones. Cook each side directly over the briquets until you get dig desired grill marks, then move to indirect heat to finish. Slow Cooking: Slow cooking is a process of barbecuing for long periods of time at low temperatures to add flavor and tenderize. Pour coals on one side of the grill to create cooking zones. Cook over a drip pan with water on the empty side, reducing the vents to achieve lower temperature and maintain moisture.
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