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Hi all

Hope everyone had a great Christmas break and wishing all a Happy new Year.

Question I have and apologise if its in the wrong area is does anyone cook over wood rather than briquettes or charcoal in a kettle?

i don't mean smoking using chunks but using small logs to cook like you would a camp fire?


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9 hours ago, Reesyd said:

Thanks guys


Can I ask what wood you used please. Also embers when its died off? and too much?



I use a mixture of wood, depends on what my local (Nephew) tree surgeon brings me. 

I build a fire and as the embers fall down these are what you use. A good tap with a poker helps the drop.



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