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If they're aluminum, I'd be really hesitant to put a hot-burning fuel in there. Hardwood charcoal is almost too hot - I build smelting furnaces that run on it, with an air blast, that exceed 3000F. Cooking fuel ought to be relatively cool, by those standards. Wood is probably best.
 
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