Backyards across America are stocked with fire pits.
They make the party more fun. Who wants to be that house where you sit in a circle around a whole lot of nothing?
Not this girl.
If you’ve joined the fire pit fan club, you’re surely the place to be on the block, but have you tried grilling on your fire pit?
Read our article “How to Make a Fire Pit Grill” to learn how to build your own Fire Pit Grill. Then, grab your coals and steaks and get the party started.
The Coals Matter
You’re at the store looking at the variety of coals to choose from. Resist the urge to grab the briquettes. For your pit (and really all barbecuing), I recommend going with lump charcoal. It produces a lot less ash, so it makes cleanup really easy.
I prefer using Black Diamond CharWood It’s packaged in a box, which makes for easy storing; it’s really lightweight; and the ashes can be sprinkled in your garden to help fertilize your plants.