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    Posted: 28 September 2012 at 07:39
The following quote was lifted from another thread here a few months ago. I like this idea and I would like to see it discussed and covered in detail and at length. I think it is that important of a subject.

I couldn't figure out where to put this, so it ended up on the veranda. Mods, feel free to move it.

Originally posted by Rod Franklin Rod Franklin wrote:

Originally posted by HistoricFoodie HistoricFoodie wrote:

 
Maybe we should start a thread on controlling the fire? 


I believe this is an excellent idea!

I imagine the subject of fire as an everyday tool of man is fast becoming one of those lost arts. Sad to me.

You folks that have such serious experience using live fire could do a lot to educate us occasional users of fire. I can imagine you might have a lifetime of tips and tricks and maybe can bring us the science behind certain setups and procedures.

From the very first thought of making a fire to putting it out when you're done, a fire is an interesting subject and worthy of a full and knowledgeable explanation.

Almost any body can fake it and get wood to burn, but it takes a another level of understanding to do it right.

Bring it, Mr. Foodie!

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