Summer is on fire, its time to get outside and grill. You love having BBQ but if you’re biting nails cuz you’re new to this…have no fear…It’s not as complicated as it looks.
Or even if you’re a cool-as-ice city slicker who doesn’t wanna head out to grill…we’ll help you have an awesome BBQ that you can make indoors.
Enough talks lets get into the gill…
1. What grill to use?
Well, if you’re a beginner, one who is already on fire…I would suggest checking out the one and only best in the market Barrel Cookers by Pit Barrel Cooker online. Unlike traditional grills that cook food from a single, direct heat source, they have a special Cylindrical Shaped Barrels that actually hang the food in the center of the action, heating the meat from all sides at once and producing consistently great-tasting, perfectly smoked juicy BBQ. In addition to cooling the bottom of the meat, the dripping juices fall onto the hot coals in the bottom of the barrel, producing a smoke fog that fills the barrel and envelops the meat, infusing it with even more natural flavor.
If you’re impressed, I would suggest investing in because it is hands down the future of BBQ. You can buy it online with these Pit Barrel Cooker discount vouchers to save yourself a nice deal of money.
Still, no matter what grill you use, you need to know your grill like that person you’re crushing on and hoping to get a chance to date. Just like every crush is different, every grill is made different. Read the instructions on the manual very carefully to get to know how to turn on the grill and to use it.
2. Assure your safety
Of course, you don’t want to be that person who burnt off their eyebrows before they even got to make the food. If you’re using a Pit Barrel cooker, grilling pan, or even a traditional charcoal/gas grill, make sure you wear thick gloves and have metal utensils and not plastic ones.
3. Let the grill heat up for 5 mins or so
Just like you wait for the oven to get enough hot before you put your raw pizza in, let the charcoals set to the perfect heat to get best results.
4. Boost your charcoal
For a great smoky flavor, soak some wood chips (hickory, oak, or other hardwoods but not treated lumber!) in water for a while, then throw them onto your charcoal and cover the grill, or if you’re using gas, put them into your smoker box following the manufacturer’s instructions.
5. Wrap your veggies to avoid falling off the grill
Vegetables can be tough to grill because they’re small and can fall through the rack. To secure them falling off the grill, either use a vegetable rack or wrap them together in a tin foil. Because everyone needs more veggies.