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Grilling should never be a struggle; it should be a pleasurable way to provide sustenance. The flames, the smell, and especially the sizzle. If you find yourself struggling, wondering why your food is sticking to the grill, we have easy solutions for you.
You don't need a charcoal grill to have the flavor and fun of cooking over charcoal - although we do have a number of fun-tastic charcoal grills if you love the idea of having one of each.
Not just for pizza, Napoleon’s Pizza Stone series produces delicious food both on the grill and in the oven. The secret is knowing how to use and care for your stone so that you get the best results every time.
If you love your grill as much as I do, you want to keep it looking as pretty as possible. Keeping your grill clean serves another purpose, other than looking great, it ensures that your Napoleon barbecue is in top working order and remains that way for its entire life.
Sweet things, cakes, cookies, tarts, and pies, as well as deliciously homemade breads, don’t bring to mind your Napoleon Grill, but they should. You may be wondering how you could make desserts, pastries, and gourmet breads on your barbecue.
Using charcoal is often viewed as high maintenance and time-consuming. But, no fear! Here we will discuss the basics of charcoal lighting, and what methods are the quickest, best and most effective to use when grilling.
With over 800 BBQ recipes on our website, 37 of them being about grilling steak alone, we’ve mentioned using the indirect grilling method on gas and charcoal grills several times. Do you know how to set up a grill for indirect grilling?
That great smoky flavor is something all grill aficionados love. But it's hard to replicate on a gas grill. While they are great for convenience, gas grills don't deliver the same experience as charcoal grills do.
Seasoning your stainless steel and cast iron cooking grids is something that you should do as soon as your grill is put together before you put it away for the season (not that you do ‘cause who doesn’t grill all year?), and at least every 4 months or so.