Light It Up

3 ways to light up Honeybrix

SAFETY FIRST

  • Carbon monoxide hazard. Burn in well-ventilated areas only.
  • Always use heat resistant gloves & tongs when handling hot Honeybrix, temperature may exceed 800°c

3 ways to light up Honeybrix – Hand Torch

hand-torch-step1STEP 1 :Build a triangular “pyramid” in the center of the grill putting some kindling at the bottom of the briquettes.
hand-torch-step2STEP 2 :Hold the hand touch to the base of the briquette pile until kindling light up.
hand-torch-step3STEP 3 :When top briquettes turn red hot, pour into grill. (click here for professional grill setups)

3 ways to light up Honeybrix – Chimney Starter

chimney_starter_step1STEP 1 :Place newspaper pieces and some wood chips/kindling below the Chimney Starter.
chimney_starter_step2STEP 2 :Fill Chimney Starter with Honeybrix & light the newspaper.
chimney_starter_step3STEP 3 :When top briquettes turn red hot, pour into grill. (click here for professional grill setups)

3 ways to light up Honeybrix – Pagoda Style

use-oil_step2STEP 1 : Build an aluminum foil base or used metal can and pour 300ml of cooking oil into it, soak newspaper – you could also use kitchen paper towel, tissue paper or any material that soaks up cooking oil.
use-oil_step1STEP 2 :Light up the paper & place briquettes around the base.
use-oil_step3STEP 3 :Once the briquettes turns red, spread the briquettes around the grill & enjoy your BBQ. (click here for professional grill setups)

Grill setups for direct & indirect cooking

Direct / indirect 50-50 Indirect / direct, pile Direct / indirect, three-zone fire Indirect two-sized