Did you know that you can prepare your entire Thanksgiving dinner on the grill? Enjoy the open sky and fresh Autumn air while cooking up healthy and filling recipes that will wow your guests.
In keeping with this centuries-old tradition, preparing a holiday feast tends to include a turkey. By following these tips for a perfect turkey, you will be on track to be the best host or hostess your family has ever had. How much turkey do you need per person?
While you can gauge the relative tenderness of your beef or steak by the USDA and Canadian grading system, it doesn’t guarantee a perfect meal. Each cut needs to be combined with the ideal technique for cooking said meat if you want to reach epic levels of deliciousness.
Hamburgers have been a staple in family BBQs for a long time - whether it’s at a backyard BBQ, a picnic, or a camping trip. Just look back at your very first BBQ and, most likely, hamburgers were part of the menu.
There’s nothing more delicious than a flawlessly BBQ grilled steak. Luckily, learning how to BBQ steak perfectly isn’t rocket science. Grilling steak is, in fact, one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to treat your family to the ultimate al fresco dining experience.
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?
We talk a lot about steak. As a barbecue company, why wouldn’t we? Steak is one of the best things you can make on a barbecue. It’s what comes to mind when you think of barbecuing a delicious meal.
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.
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.