Gray Coals

"After lighting, the flames will subside, and you will see the edges of the coals turn gray."

Two Zone Versatility

"The most versatile way to cook, the two-zone fire is your first choice for cooking most foods on the grill."

Wood Smoke

"Hickory, mesquite, and oak wood impart a bold flavor for red meats like beef and pork. Apple, cherry, and other fruit woods are milder and are ideal for pork and chicken."


"Pre-calentar la parrilla antes de colocar la comida ayudará a que los alimentos no se peguen a las rejillas."

Two Zone Fire

"A two-zone fire allows you to move food away from flames when flare-ups happen, then back to the heat when flames subside."

Lighter Fluid

“You only need about 1.6 ounces of lighter fluid per pound of charcoal.”


"Pre-heating your grill grates before putting food on them will help prevent foods from sticking."