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Char Griller Duo with Fire Box

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Been grilling for years now and it was finally time to get a new grill so I went with the Char Griller Duo with Fire Box.  I have grilled with charcoal before but still learning.  But I am new to smoking food.  So I have a few questions about my setup.

 

The charcoal part is connected to the fire box.  So do I put the charcoal/wood chips in the fire box and have the food in the charcoal section?  Do I have charcoal in both sections?  Or do I have everything in the fire box?

 

I am really lost on what to do.

 

Any help would be wonderful.

Thank you

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Your firebox (smallest box) is used for placing coals/wood in and smoking indirectly w/ the meat in the large charcoal box. So yes, you were right on your initial question. If your firebox is like mine, you'll have a grill grates in it. For quick cooks such as a couple burgers/hotdogs you can use the firebox for this, that way you use little charcoal to get the job done.

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