Standard BBQ Warnings

While it SHOULD be obvious, it still bears repeating:

      • Always know what to do in case of fire and plan accordingly.
      • BBQ Smoking should ONLY be conducted in a well ventilated area to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning and well away from flammable objects or other types of fire hazard that may be nearby.
      • Only use natural hardwoods or packaged wood products sold for barbecuing.
      • Only use wood chips for smoking in a well ventelated area to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.
      • Softwoods such as pines and firs hold high levels of resin which can produce harsh-tasting soot on cooked foods.
      • Processed woods should NEVER be used due to harsh and possible toxic chemicals.
      • If your lookin, you ain’t cookin!

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