Originally Posted by bassplayerguy
I'm posting this here b/c i couldn't find a better place for it...my apologies to the admins if they have to clean up after me but....i know you can usually light your coals on a stove, but im staying at the folks for a week and they dont have a standard metal coiled stove top...instead the stove has ceramic grates that are too big to set coals on...my question is can i, or has anyone ever lit their coals on the small ceramic circular insert that is below the actual removable grate?
As in removing the whole glass top piece? I didn't even know it was possible, if I were you I wouldn't do it...sounds risky. I don't think you are supposed to heat anything underneath that glass, wouldn't want to ruin your parents' stove now would you? I would say buy a portable single coil burner for 10-20 bucks, it will help a lot in your travels.