Noun(1) a block made from charcoal or coal dust and burned as fuel
(1) The sun dimmed until it was glowing a comfortable red, like a floating charcoal briquette .(2) With a smirk, he ran away before I could chuck a flaming briquette at him.(3) To us, there would appear to be a big difference between treating sludge and producing a smokeless fuel briquette .(4) The briquette absorbs the moisture which the mildew needs to survive 6.(5) When using charcoal you can choose pure charcoal or briquettes soaked in lighter fluid.(6) Wrap chunks in foil and place directly over ceramic briquettes , or metal heat-diffusing bars.(7) That way, with tongs I can add white-ash briquettes to the smoker to maintain the temperature.(8) He also said people should know the barrels are legal for use with charcoal briquettes and presto-type logs.(9) Add about 10 briquettes every hour to maintain temperature in the grill.(10) After about a minute, carefully light the briquettes with a long barbecue lighter or a fireplace match.(11) Here, fuel is squirted on the briquettes and match-lit.(12) You'll be able to barbecue without the inconvenience of those messy charcoal briquets .(13) I don't know about you, but I've got a whole bag of charcoal briquets .(14) Add 5 more briquets to each mound of coals now and after 30 minutes, if grilling takes longer than that.(15) If you wait too long and the coals have cooled, fuel the fire by adding more briquets .(16) Marie welcomed the darkness, which smelled of scorched charcoal briquettes .
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