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July 19, 2012

Helpful Hints from joeeze: No more sooty hands from handling charcoal

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From the July & August issue of Cook's Illustrated: "Filling a chimney starter with a precise amount of charcoal can be a messy enterprise, but David Detlef of Alexandria, Virginia, has a handy solution: He repurposes the long plastic bags in which his newspapers are delivered, using them as mitts. The bags keep his hands clean as he reaches into the sack to grab handfuls of coal."

Think outside the charcoal space.

Places with anti-dog-poop-on-the-grass statutes, for example.

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