Set up your cooking grate off to one side of the blaze. "You never want actual flames on your food," Liberman says. "It'll end up tasting like charcoal." When you're ready to cook, shovel or rake glowing red embers over to the zone beneath your grill, creating a hot bed of coals without live flame.
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