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When your meat catches on fire while cooking a BBQ, what is the best way to put it out?

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As I learnt from my brother, you need to first remove the meat and especially the oil that is leaking to the burners and causing the fire. Then you need to cover the holes to starve the fire of oxygen. Covering it with a lid is simply not enough, as air still gets in.
That is a great question. If you have a lid, you could do as Jennifer said. However, we either let it burn out, throw sand over it, or throw some water of it. The later creates quite a bit of steam!
Maybe close the lid to starve it of oxygen?
Remove the meat and cover the holes
Has anyone ever tried bicarbonate of soda? that's supposed to act as a fire extinguisher.
Turn off gas. Take food off. Throw water on it.
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