Barbecue parties are a blast during the weekends. There’s something about man, fire, and meat that makes barbecue sessions memorable and enjoyable. What’s not enjoyable is starting the fire for your barbecue grill.
You would usually resort to using lighter fluid to start the fire on your charcoal, but there’s a better way. Lighter fluid may leave a bit of smell in the charcoal during the initial burning stage, and this may affect the taste of whatever it is you are putting into your grill.
The solution? Use a chimney starter. It’s faster, more efficient, and doesn’t require any petroleum based fuel to start a fire for your grill.
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