Cooking on an outdoor fire pit is a really great way to enjoy grilled food and socialize. But, when using a cooking fire pit, there are certain things you need to consider, regarding the type of fuel that your fire pit will use.
When considering the type of fuel, there are three available, depending on your fire pit: wood, charcoal, and gas. Gas fire pits are convenient, and you can certainly grill with propane gas. However, with grilling, you get the best taste with a charcoal or wood burning fire. It gives it a fuller, smoky taste, and you can do more things with seasoned wood chips and such for flavor.
The essential accessory you will need to use a fire pit for cooking is the fire pit grate—it’s a lot easier to cook more food than using a hotdog fork. There are the grates which fit inside your fire pits bowls, but there’s also a tripod option as well. This is nice to use for all kinds of fire pits. The grate is suspended above the flames from a tripod structure, and you can grill food over the flames no matter the type of fire pit or fire ring.
And your most essential tool in grilling: a good barbeque sauce. I’m famous for my spicy, grilled wings, and everyone asks me for the recipe. The Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce gets all the credit. I just salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper the wings, and about 20 minutes before they’re done, I lather on the BBQ sauce. They turn out professionally delicious, and I hardly do a thing.
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