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Grilling: Indirect Heat on a Charcoal Grill



Elizabeth Karmel, author of Taming the Flame and creator of GirlsattheGrill.com, demonstrates how to set up a charcoal grill for indirect grilling–what you’ll need to use when preparing food that takes more than 20 minutes to cook.

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Grilling: Indirect Heat on a Charcoal Grill

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31 thoughts on “Grilling: Indirect Heat on a Charcoal Grill

  • I use my Weber kettle very often. Great for cooking indirect and smoking.>>>t.co/Al2rAFl5tP   I can hold 250 for 6-8 hours without opening if using snake method*

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  • You can't tell, by looking, if any meat is cooked to the proper temperature without a meat thermometer.  I'm sure this was an over site on your part.

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  • Ribs do not cook & taste great without Smoking them with some Wood chips.? that's the whole Idea of Smoking for flavor.? Either Hickory or Apple wood would do the trick.?

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  • Adding water or juice to the drip pan will steam your Ribs.? If that's the way you like them cooked wet & not dry & crispy?

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  • nice.. I'd put some whiskey in the pan and make a good pepper/salt/paprika rub and cook them for 3 hours low and slow. But then again I usually buy way bigger ribs

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  • @thatsmypeanuts thanks mate been using it while now 10months of exp now LOL

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  • @thatsmypeanuts ya that is true. never used indirect heat yet, mainly steaks burgers hotdogs and sausages, oh and deer! but ya i get your point on that.

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  • she really thinks you have to switch your charcoal every hour? if you get good charcoal like kingsford you can still cook on it freakin 5 hours after you start, my grill is hot even the next day where you dont want to touch it.

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  • how long on average does a batch of charcoal burn for? and how do i keep temp between say 120-130F?

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  • really bad video
    not a good way to cook
    first add some water or juice in the drip pan
    second close the top valve for better heat

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  • Great show! I like BBQ Pit Boys a little better though. You can get good tips from both.

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  • I think it's pre-heated!
    *Takes top completely off and leaves it off for a couple minutes*

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  • The video is good, but nothing beats BarbecueWeb when it comes to BBQ!

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  • omg i thought americans can BBQ.. you suck, you can make great crunchy and tasty ribs in 15 minutes

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