When summer is over, Labor Day weekend is the last chance to hold a barbecue until next year.
We have the tips to make this grill your best. Before you grab your meat and vegetables and light the grill, read these tips to have a fun and safe barbecue.
Set Your Place Right
Preparation is the key to success in grilling (and everything in life). Make sure your meat and vegetables are ready, your cooking zone is set up for safety and you have the right tool.
This means that you have to chop your vegetables and prepare patties, season your grill so that your food does not stick. and reached for a fire extinguisher to stay near the grill.
Take these 5 steps before you start the barbecue to make your next barbecue perfect.
Do you have enough propane?
If you have grilled your gas grill all summer, there's a chance you have little propane.
Before you go to the store, use these four easy ways to check if you have too little money or if you have enough to survive another barbecue.
Add Google Assistant or Alexa to Your BBQ
Alexa and Google Assistant are helpful throughout the house and outside. 19659002] If you have a Google Home ($ 129 on Dell Home) or an Alexa-enabled speaker, use it to create your grocery list and search for wine and beer while planning your cookout.
Once you start grilling, you can use Alexa to set timers for your meal, or ask Google Assistant to play music to start the party. Check out the 5 ways to use Alexa for your next barbecue, and 5 ways Google Assistant can help you barbecue.
Turn your grill into a smoker
Maybe you're tired of eating burgers and want to cook some ribs at work. You do not have to go out and buy a smoker. Turn your grill into one instead.
With only one aluminum pan and these tips you can smoke a pork shoulder or chest breast this weekend.
Breaking the cast-iron pan
Take your cast-iron pan and take it outside to grill a better burger. Cast iron holds perfectly on the grill and can help you to make a juicier burger.
Our own Taylor Martin has 4 reasons why you should grill with a cast-iron pan.
Make your grill nonstick
If you go Buy for your grill, be sure to pick some potatoes. Cut them in half and rub them on hot grill grates so your food does not stick while it's cooking.
This trick is perfect for delicate items like fish and chicken that just love sticking.
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Cleaning the Grill
Once the barbecue is done, take your time to grill thoroughly cleanse before you put it away for the season. Our guide will guide you through all steps to thoroughly clean your grill. Do it now and you will thank yourself next summer.
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