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Antonino Condorelli
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  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Nazzareno Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Nazzareno
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured: Nazzareno
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  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli
  • Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
Pictured: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012.
Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight. 
To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal.
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      03/06/2015: Serra San Bruno, Italy, June 2012. Charcoal burning is a job inherited by ancestors from centuries ago. It is an old job in Calabria, hard and dirty work. The aim is to produce charcoal slack for barbeques, restaurants and other domestic usages. Early in the morning, at 5am, work begins with the preparation of the "Scarazzo"- a mountain of wood arranged by hand as a dome with a hole in the centre. All the branches are moved by hand according to their weight.  To prepare the scarazzo, Charcoal burners need about 4/7 days. When it is accomplished they put the fire in the hole in the middle of the dome and slowly start to "cook" the wood. It will burn for 20/30 days until the big logs will be totally cooked and no more smoke comes out from the scarazzo. After 4/5 days they start to extract the charcoal from the scarazzo, and to arrange the charcoal ready to be sold to the market. 1 kilo of charcoal slack costs 0.60 cents. Each scarazzo contains about 100/300 kilos of charcoal. Pictured:
      Credit: Antonino Condorelli

 

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