Steak is something that many are passionate about. Dry-aged steak requires another level of that passion altogether. There is a lot of care and work that goes into the production of a dry-aged steak. How does one buy a dry-aged steak? How do you properly grill it?
Whether the goal is to add extra flavor to your meal to create tender meat from a tough cut, marinating is one of the most used techniques to achieve that goal. Find out how to make the best homemade marinades and the most fitting ways to use them.
The holidays are once again upon us. Creating stunning meals and sharing memorable moments with family and friends is easy when you use your Napoleon Barbecue.
There are several good reasons to build a good working relationship with your local butcher. Not only would shopping at a butcher help your local economy, but you will receive a higher-quality cut of meat that is perfect for the meal you are preparing.
As you already know from many of my Science of Barbecue articles smoking meat is a technique that slowly melts fat and relaxes the collagen in meat allowing water into the muscle fibers creating gelatin.
Using your gas barbecue is convenient and produces delightful meals that the whole family will love. However, sometimes you want that little bit of extra smoky flavor. To do that try using the Napoleon Stainless Steel Smoker Box.
There is no end to information out there to help with creating exquisite meals using a smoker.
Whether or not you’re the monarch of your grilling domain or a newcomer to the grilling set, mastery of the smoker will make a great addition to your BBQ skills.
Cooking on a charcoal grill or a smoker, compared to using a gas grill, is a very different experience. Grilling with charcoal is generally a labor of love; it is best suited for a long and slow cook.