Bud: This saves a lot of time on getting the coals hot.
Who needs coals when you have a flamethrower to cook with…?
This man is teaching us the way of the grill by using a powerful weapon.
They should bring Hank Hill in to debate this guy on which is better to cook on: charcoal or propane? Hank could bring Bobby along for the Cleats kids to find some one they can beat in the various swimming events or on diamond for baseball or the pitch for soccer as Bobby was not the greatest athlete (remember Hank always had “doubts about that boy”….).
Liquid charcoal fluid doesn’t get hot enough. Leftover cooking grease or vegetable cooking oil on a paper towel burns slower and hotter. Use the discharge side of a vacuum cleaner or a leaf blower to get full heat. It takes about 5 minutes for me to get ready to grill if the leaf blower starts. Search YouTube for Liquid oxygen grill.
Amateur. If you want to get the coals ready quickly, pour on some liquid oxygen.
“Pouring liquid oxygen on charcoal is the equivalent of throwing a live squirrel into a room containing 50 million Labrador retrievers.” –Dave Barry
Pretty sure that’s a thing
Remember, don’t do this at home. This guy is a trained professional.
And that’s why they call him “The Master.”
I use my plumber torch to hurry things up.
August 01, 2014