Stop us if you’ve heard (or experienced) this one: It’s a hot, late-spring afternoon in the Hudson Valley and your family is psyched for a barbecue when you reach for the bag of briquettes –only to realize that there’s not enough to cook the thick hunk of meat that’s been marinating in your fridge for the last two hours.
So you run to the store to buy a new bag (assuming there are any left at your local hardware store), then race home tongs in hand – only to realize you’ve forgotten lighter fluid.
Half an hour later you’re frantically dousing your hibachi hoping to get it started so your family can eat (you know, the family that’s now on the internet eyeing pizza specials). You finally get the briquettes lit, but keeping them lit evenly is another problem altogether. By the time you have done your fire dance and the grill is ready for action, Domino’s is already at the door, much to the delight of your starving family.
If you’re tired of scenes like that one, don’t give up grilling – just move on up to the “light it and get cooking” simplicity of a propane.
Swap your briquettes for a propane tank and you’ll get:
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