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The Importance of Wood-Cooked BBQ

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The allure of wood-cooked BBQ stands as a timeless tradition that transcends culinary trends. The combination of fire and wood imparts a unique flavor to meat that gas or electric grills can’t match.

The Benefits of Homemade BBQ

The Benefits of Homemade BBQ

Think about where you enjoy your favorite BBQ; it could be a local family restaurant, a large chain BBQ place, or even your backyard. Many factors likely go into creating your favorite BBQ. It could be the grill used to cook the food, the sauces or spices included, or the ingredients used; all these factors are essential to making tasty food.

Grilling in the Winter Months

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As warm weather approaches, so does outdoor grilling season. Across the country, grill enthusiasts have been waiting for this moment. During the strenuous winter months, longing for grilled barbeque became unbearable. The smokey aroma and tender bites of pulled pork and brisket haunted the dreams of grill connoisseurs. In their haste, one might forget the dust and residue accumulated on the grill since last summer.

Prepare Your Grill for Grilling Season

Prepare Your Grill for Grilling Season

As warm weather approaches, so does outdoor grilling season. Across the country, grill enthusiasts have been waiting for this moment. During the strenuous winter months, longing for grilled barbeque became unbearable. The smokey aroma and tender bites of pulled pork and brisket haunted the dreams of grill connoisseurs. In their haste, one might forget the dust and residue accumulated on the grill since last summer.

Indoor Grilling

Indoor Grilling

Outdoor grilling is a popular hobby for many who tackle the art of barbecue. There is nothing quite like the draw of the grilling on a patio on a warm summer day. Or is there?

Key Temperatures To Know Before You Grill

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Learning how to grill is a fantastic way to spice up your dinner rotations! To master the grill, one will get quite a bit of advice from barbecue fanatics. Grilling has become a popular hobby for many in recent years. While many factors will make those burgers, grilled chicken, or ribs taste as if a master chef grilled them, one vital thing to learn about is how to work with temperatures on your grill.

How To Make Professional Grill Marks

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Every time you eat at a restaurant and order steak, you likely see these beautiful grill marks on the food. You want them for yourself at home, but they look so complicated. Well, they are actually pretty simple and easy if you know what to do. Here are some tips to getting those professional-looking grill marks right in the comfort of your own home.

Choosing the Right Wood to Smoke Your Meats

Smoke is the time-honored way to add flavor to anything you cook. In ancient times, smoke was used to preserve meat for long periods of time. Nowadays, we use it to enhance the flavor of meats by adding wood to the fire. Good smoke is produced by a variety of hardwoods that are low in resin and high in flavor. The types of wood below are among some of the most popular choices among barbecue enthusiasts:

Beneath the Smoke: A Day in a Life of a Pitmaster

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A day in the life of a pitmaster is filled with smoke, heat, and barbecue. Pitmasters need to be prepared to be able to tell their left from their right because they spend just as much time on one side of the grill as you do on the other. Whether it’s ribs or chicken, they’re constantly flipping meat and moving ingredients around. When they aren’t tending their fire, they’re either manning their stall at a farmers market or catering an event.