What are you having for dinner?

R Q

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Joined
Apr 4, 2005
Location
Charlotte
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mommucked

Endeavoring to persevere
Joined
Sep 26, 2011
Location
apex n.c.
Everyone that has charcoal chimney needs one of these. I've used them for decades, stuffing them newspaper, brown paper bags etc. and waiting 20 or 30 mins. to get the coals ready. Tonight I just broke some some dead branches from a Dogwood tree in my backyard and stuffed a handful of sticks under the chimney. 10 or 20 seconds w that wand and the fire was roaring and the charcoal was ready in 15 mins !

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paradisePWoffrd

Recovering Project Junkie
Joined
Nov 5, 2005
Location
Newton, NC
Everyone that has charcoal chimney needs one of these. I've used them for decades, stuffing them newspaper, brown paper bags etc. and waiting 20 or 30 mins. to get the coals ready. Tonight I just broke some some dead branches from a Dogwood tree in my backyard and stuffed a handful of sticks under the chimney. 10 or 20 seconds w that wand and the fire was roaring and the charcoal was ready in 15 mins !

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I normally put 2 tumbleweeds under the chimney and walk away, and 15 min later the chimney is ready to roll. That device would be nice to start a snake.
 

R Q

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 4, 2005
Location
Charlotte
I bought steaks on sale but can eat them the next two nights. I bought FOOD LION wings for lunch but my neighber brought me some smoked ribs and homemade baked beans for LUNCH so FL wings took less priority. I just ate them for dinner. If you havent had FL wings, hot or mild, do it, They are great!
 
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