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The Snake Method - Charcoal Kettle Tutorial, Low and Slow Technique

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Published on Nov 18, 2012

The snake method is a great option for low and slow smoker cooks on your charcoal BBQ grill. This method enables your kettle grill to hold low consistent temperatures for long periods of time. If you have any questions or comments about today's tutorial video please leave me a message below. Be sure to take a look at my many other videos on Aussie Griller, the home of YouTube barbecue and grilling recipes.

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Ingredients:

1 charcoal kettle grill
Lump charcoal or beads
Smoking wood


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