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Looftlighter

Looftlighter Lesson Learned

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I love the Looftlighter I recently purchased and would buy it again in a second. But I have come to the realization that it has probably been a contributing factor to some wacky startup issues I’ve been fighting with lately. This is a working theory right now. I may be wrong about exactly what is happening because I can’t watch and observe the process. But I am very sure my startup process has been altered a bit. This is repeatable and I just realized it has been happening since I got the Looftlighter. If you are thinking of the Looftlighter, and will be using it with lump charcoal on a Big Green Egg or other Kamado style cooker read on. Read More...
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Flame On - The Looftlighter

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Saturday was truly a mix of highs and lows, bitter and sweet. As I recorded in my blog Kenmore Elite-2003-2014, I said goodbye to my first serious gas grill and the best gas grill I ever owned. On the positive side I felt a sense of true weather independence while easily lighting my Big Green Egg. This despite air temperatures in the single digits and winds gusting over 20 mph. I was easily able to light my Egg and cook up some Breakfast Panini's just like it was the middle of the summer. The device I used to accomplish this task was called the Looftlighter. It essentially looks like an oversized curling iron and allows you to get the charcoal on the Egg lit up and running in a matter of minutes. Read More...
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