Indirect grilling on kettle grills can be especially effective when using a homemade charcoal halo. All you need is a $5 dog bowl from the pet store and you’re in business.
One of the benefits of indirect grilling is a slower and more gentle cooking method, enabling one to cook large, thick cuts of meat without any burning of the protein. Add a little wood to your grill session and see how limitless your options are for great, smoky flavors.
Take a look at the steps to create your own, inexpensive charcoal halo below in the slideshow and increase your rank as a Grillax Nation grillmaster.
Special thanks to Redditor SerPuissance for the grand idea for this gem.
Constructing a Charcoal Halo