It is likely a recipe for disaster. The community president came out after all invites were mailed to nix open fires, so I'm looking for my next best option. It's fine, I understand their concerns. Not enough time for permits for alternate locations. I wonder though, how long did you have to heat the rocks and cook the food with the "proper" method.
A little help
I'm hosting a clambake this weekend. I've got the food sorted but I need advice on the rocks (type), how long to heat them, and if it's possible to heat them on running gas grills (likely) i'll have some trouble (with the community) running an open fire on the beach.
Can a gas grill run for 2 hours on max (think it gets up to 550-600) cook the rocks enough?