Traditional Drip Pan
If you want to catch drippings before they hit the coals, this is the way to do it! It requires the O-Grate to properly hold the bowl flush with the grate and keep securely in place. Holes in the Bowl align with the O-Grate pegs as the Bowl rests down in the center of the grate. Next, place the Full Grate right on top of it. Set your food above the bowl, on the Full Grate, and the dripping will fall right into the Bowl. Use a liner such as foil for easy clean up.
Why Catch the Drippings? Most people enjoy the "direct over the coals" taste, however, others prefer a more mild flavor that comes from catching the drippings. This can be additionally true for meats with more fat that also tend to cook longer.
CAUTION: When using the Bowl to catch water and grease be EXTREMELY careful not to let the bowl spill into the charcoal. An immediate and large grease fire may occur. Be safe, and remove the Bowl when the charcoal has completely cooled.