The scent and flavor that comes to mind when people mention barbecue is that smoky, tangy, sweet, and sticky BBQ sauce. It is the essential flavor enhancer for most of the food that you pull off the grill. But do you know how to use sauce straight from the bottle?
We bet you can already hear the thumping beat of the Kentucky Derby racing its way towards your TV screen. Like with any other big sporting event, you can count on it to be a day of cheers, excitement, and fantastic food.
Planking is fun and easy, producing succulent and impressive meals quickly on your barbecue. Lightly smoky, plank grilling creates a slightly woodsy flavor on almost any dish you can imagine. Plank grilling can be done on both gas and charcoal barbecues.
Spring is just around the corner, which means backyard barbecues and outdoor family gatherings will be in full swing. During the peak of grill season, it is important to ensure that your grill keeps on performing, regardless of the number of meals you need to cook.
Thanks to the generosity of The Meatery, I had the pleasure of sampling three different kinds of wagyu beef.
You just got a new barbecue and naturally, you need to break it in. This would be the perfect time to host a party and feed your favorite people. But, how do you figure out how much food to serve?
When looking for your new Napoleon Grill there are many options to choose from when it comes to the perfect barbecue for your lifestyle. One of those choices includes what kind of cooking grids or grates you want to have.