brisket - grill.... temp at 3 - 400. how do I get the temp to come down. charcoal - kingsford. i've closed every vent and stack even and poor'ed water on it. nothing
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A pair of long tongs are indispensable to have on hand while using charcoal. I had this problem once. What I did was pull them out and dip them very briefly in a bucket of water, then onto a garage drip pan. The quick bath put them out, but the heat evaporated the water quickly. Then I used them later on in the smoke. I was able to put them out without soaking them and ruining them. They burned just fine. This would work even better with lump than it would with briquettes, I'm sure.