summer and smoke: tips for bbq grilling - the best charcoal bbq grill
The National Pork producer Council has the following tips on barbecue safety :--
Be sure to read the owner's manual before using the new grill. --
Do not use gasoline or other highly volatile liquids as a starter;
They could explode. --
Barbecue grills shall not be used within 5 feet of any combustible material. --
In order to reduce the sparks of danger, experts recommend the use of covered grills. --
Do not use barbecue grills unless all parts of the equipment are firmly in place. --
The barbecue grill should always be kept in a horizontal position;
An unstable device can easily be turned over. --
Do not leave babies, children and pets unattended near the grill. --
Do not add liquid starters to hot or even hot coal. --
After unplugging the power, carefully remove a hot electric starter and remember where you put it. --
Always use flame
BBQ gloves and BBQ tools with long, hot-
Handle resistant. --
Barbecue gloves should be worn to adjust the hot vents.
Wear heavy aprons to protect clothes from grease and sparks.
Don't wear loose clothes around the grill;
It may accidentally catch fire. --
Don't touch the charcoal or grill to see if it's hot. --
The wires should be away from the sidewalk. --
Charcoal grills shall not be used indoors;
Toxic smoke can be fatal.
The starting liquid should be capped immediately and kept at a safe distance from the grill. --
Don't try to move the hot grill. --
Never discard hot coal where someone may step on hot coal or may cause a fire. --
Make sure the coal is cold before throwing the grill away.