Let’s face it. When you cook on a barbecue you are literally playing with fire – but in a very delicious way. Like any time you play with fire, you should ensure that you are doing so in the safest way possible.
Whether you are a seasoned expert or the proud owner of a brand new Napoleon Grill, grill safety is something that should be kept in mind always.
There is no end to information out there to help with creating exquisite meals using a smoker.
It can happen to anyone using propane in their grill. You just changed the tank and you’re grilling up a storm, the next time you open the valve and turn up the knobs, you get these pathetic and guttering flames and next to no heat. What happened?!
If you’re an avid griller, changing the propane is something that you will have to deal with (unless you have a natural gas hookup), but how do you tell if you need to refill your propane tank? How do you tell if you need to replace your propane tank?
Just because the snow is flying, doesn’t mean you have to pack up the BBQ and stop enjoying the smoky delicious flavors of food fresh off the grill. Grilling with charcoal in the winter is not as terrifying as it sounds, especially if you are well prepared.
You don’t need to spend all of your money on the priciest cuts of beef possible to ensure you get tender meals. Even the cheapest cuts of beef can become succulent and tender. The whole thing is that you have to break down those muscle fibers in the correct way.
Holiday dinners for the family, whether you are cooking for a few or a large crowd can be challenging. That’s where your barbecue comes in. Anything you can imagine cooking in the kitchen can easily be prepared on a Napoleon Grill. You’ve got your main dish figured out.
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.
Ribs are ribs right? Wrong. Pork ribs come from two places on the pig. This article is going to explore them and the benefits of each. Learn how to save money when purchasing ribs, and how to get your hands the best so you can host a perfect backyard barbecue.
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.
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.
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.
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.