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31 Grilling Tips from Grill Master, Steven Raichlen

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With tips and techniques from grill master Steven Raichlen, you can delight a few friends or a crowd with perfect versions of healthy chicken, fish, veggies, and more.

31 Grilling Tips

Tips from renowned guru of the grill Steven Raichlen will guarantee a smashing success at your next backyard cookout. All the recipes can be doubled or tripled for a party.

Grilled Chicken Thighs

1. Go with thighs, which have deeper, richer chicken flavor than breast meat. They can withstand the dry heat of the grill and stay moist.

2. Dark meat is fattier than white, so to cut your sat fat intake, take the skin off. But, leave the bone in.

3. Coat the chicken with a bold spice rub to amp up flavor.

4. Grill the chicken over indirect heat. Putting the meat over the cooler side of the grill cooks it slowly, gently, and evenly and ensures the glaze won't scorch.

5. Finish it for five minutes over direct heat to add delicious light charring and caramelize the glaze.

Grilled Vegetable Salad

6. Go with a variety of produce for color and texture contrasts: corn, bell pepper, poblano chile, and green onions.

7. Add avocado to the mix: People don't think to grill avocado, but it adds fantastic smoky depth to the buttery fruit.

8. Crank up the grill heat to high for optimum charring—it's the browned and blackened bits that really make the salad shine.

9. Watch carefully, since each item has its own ideal doneness—the green onions need to brown and wilt slightly; the peppers should fully blacken so they can be easily peeled; and the corn has to be turned often so it browns evenly. The avocado gets just a minute or two—it'll grow bitter if cooked too long.

10. Bring the chopped salad together with some black beans, a touch of earthy cumin, and fresh lime juice and cilantro to brighten flavors.

Grilled Steak

11. Score the beef lightly to help the marinade penetrate quickly and keep the steak flat while it cooks.

12. Keep it juicy and tender by letting it rest for several minutes after cooking, then slicing thinly against the grain: Flank steak turns tough if sliced with the grain or into thick pieces.

13. Add salt just before grilling, after the steak comes out of the marinade. (If you add salt to a wet marinade, you will lose some of it with the discarded liquid.)

14. Add smoked paprika to the spice rub. The steak doesn't spend long on the grill, so paprika boosts its open-fire flavor.

15. Buy flank steak: It's lean—with almost 30% less saturated fat than top sirloin—but flavorful.

Grilled Pork Tenderloin

16. Choose a lean pork cut. Not all parts of the hog are fat bombs. Go with grill-friendly tenderloin: It's a leaner cut than pork loin chops, saving you as much as 3g sat fat per serving.

17. But tenderloin is extremely mild-tasting. So this Vietnamese-style dish pairs it with big, strong flavors: salty, umami-rich soy and fish sauces, peppery ginger, tangy rice vinegar, and fiery Thai chile.

18. Slice meat into thin medallions before marinating it. This increases the surface area for the marinade to coat and helps the flavorings fully permeate the pork.

19. Thread the meat onto skewers so it's easier to handle on the grill. Then, cook over very high heat; it's how you get those delicious crispy, blackened bits on the edges of the meat, just like the Saigon street vendors do.

20. Pack the pork up in lettuce wraps loaded with fresh, crisp veggies, fragrant herbs, and crunchy peanuts: It's the perfect setup for a casual, serve-yourself kind of gathering.

Grilled Salmon

21. Since the skin won't be in direct contact with the grill to get nice and crisp, go with skinless fillets.

22. The smoky fish can stand up to the spicy sweetness of a tropical fruit salsa. Prepare it before the fish so the flavors have time to meld.

23. Grill on cedar planks: Rich wood smoke infuses the salmon.

24. Put the lid on the grill so the fish bathes in cedar smoke, the main "seasoning."
25. Choose salmon: Packed with flavor and heart-healthy fats, it can handle the grill. Flaky fish like cod, sole, and tilapia tend to fall to pieces.

Grilled Burgers

26. Start with ground buffalo. It has fewer calories and as much as half the sat fat of 90% lean beef, but boasts big, meaty flavor.

27. Add some Parmigiano-Reggiano to the patties—it kicks up the savory umami taste and seasons the burgers from the inside.

28. Stir in a splash of extra-virgin olive oil. A little heart-healthy fat added to the patties helps keep the extra-lean burgers moist.

29. Make a kickin' condiment: Slow-roast tomatoes to intensify their sweetness. Add a little tangy balsamic vinegar and peppery basil, then puree the mixture into a ketchup.

30. Grill the burgers over high heat to no more than medium so they don't dry out.

31. Toast the buns on the grill to add a little crisp texture and some lightly charred flavor.


A simple guide to finding the best grill for you

The sound of the sizzle, the smell of foods cooking outdoors, the undeniable taste – it’s time to get back to the barbecue. For many people, a grill becomes a second kitchen. For others, it’s their primary way of cooking all year long.

“We need it more than ever after a year like this,” says Steven Raichlen, grilling authority, author and host of television’s “Project Fire.” “Grilling brings joy. Unleashing your inner pyromaniac is fun. Building a fire is fun. Waltzing the food from hot spots to cool spots is fun. Grilling is an interactive sport. Every grill session is different and that alone makes it joyful.”

More than just cooking good food, Raichlen says grilling is a bonding activity that focuses on a simple pleasure that everyone enjoys.

“It’s fun and uncanny how grilling brings people together. No one gathers around the stove to watch a pot of stew simmer. Light your grill, people congregate and you, the grill master, become master of ceremonies,” he says.

The appeal of grilling transcends generations, and many people are now shopping for new grills so they can enjoy cooking outdoors. The problem is there are many types of grills, different sizes and varying price points, so it’s difficult to know which is right for your needs.

Saturday, May 29, is National Back to Barbecue Day, one of the busiest shopping days of the year for new grills. If you are looking to buy a new grill, the experts at the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association share some important things to keep in mind:

Types of grills to consider

Gas: For people who want convenience. Just like your kitchen stove, it can be ready to cook in 10 minutes, and it’s eas to regulate cooking temps.

Charcoal: For those who love being hands-on with the nuances of outdoor grilling. Some say charcoal provides the best flavor experience. Good for low and slow cooking and high heat searing.

Pellet:For people who want the most in flavor. Wood pellet grills are among the most energy efficient and burn clean. Pellets come in varieties such as hickory, mesquite and oak, providing a truly flavorful cooking experience.

Electric: For people who love simplicity. Electric grills are designed to produce constant heat and operate without an open flame. Ideal for apartment or condo dwellers since they don’t require charcoal or propane.

Kamado: For people who love cooking all styles and seasons. Kamado grills’ excellent insulation is ideal for both grilling and smoking. They can use wood and charcoal and are ideal for roasting and baking.

Questions to ask before buying a grill

What do you love to cook? Many grills come with extra features ideal for certain foods, like rotisseries if you love a roasted chicken, side burners if you love soups and stews, or ample space for pizza stones if you frequently crave the ‘za.

How much time will you have to cook? If you’re hard pressed for free cooking time, consider the convenience of gas or electric grills. Love to pass the time cooking? A charcoal, smoker or kamado grill may be best for you.

How much space do you have? If you have a big backyard, consider a larger grill perhaps with a kitchen island to create a focal point for relaxation and entertaining. Premium portable or more compact grills are ideal for condos and apartments.

Once you have your grill at home and ready to go, it’s time to get cooking. Raichlen shares one of his favorite grill recipes below. Find more recipes, cooking tips and pledge to grill out at www.whyigrill.org.

Pamplona of Pork

2 pork tenderloins, each 1 to 1-1/4 pounds

Coarse salt – sea or kosher – and freshly ground black pepper

3 tablespoons Dijon mustard

1 roasted red bell pepper, stemmed, peeled, seeded and sliced into 1/4-inch strips (see note below)

3 ounces thinly sliced smoked ham, slivered

One 5.2-ounce package Boursin cheese or other soft

garlic and herb cheese, crumbled

Vegetable oil for oiling the grate

You’ll also need: Butcher’s string 1 or 2 hardwood chunks or 1-1/2 cups hardwood smoking chips. If using the latter, soak in water to cover for 30 minutes, then drain.

1. Set up your grill for indirect grilling and heat to medium-high, about 400 degrees.

2. Meanwhile, cut a deep pocket in the side of each pork tenderloin. Season the inside of the pocket with salt and pepper and paint with mustard. Stuff the peppers, ham and cheese into the pocket. Season the outside of the tenderloins with salt and pepper.

3. Lay four 10-inch pieces of kitchen string on and parallel to your work surface. Lay a strip of bacon on and perpendicular to the strings. Top with one of the tenderloins. Lay a second strip of bacon on top of the tenderloin. Bring up the ends of the strings and tie. Trim the ends close to the knots. Repeat with the remaining tenderloin.

4. Brush or scrape the grill grate clean and oil it well with vegetable oil. If using a charcoal grill, add the wood chunks or chips to the coals. On a gas grill, place in the smoker box or under the grate directly over the burners.

5. Indirectly grill the tenderloins until nicely browned and the meat is cooked through to 145-155 degrees or as needed, about 40 minutes.

6. Let the meat rest for 5 minutes. Remove the strings, then, using a sharp knife, preferably with a serrated blade, slice the tenderloin crosswise into 1/2-inch medallions. Transfer to a platter or plates.

Note: The pepper can be prepared at a previous grill session. Heat the grill to high then roast the pepper until the skin is blackened and charred, 2 to 3 minutes per side. Alternatively, roast the pepper over an open flame on your gas stove or the side burner of your grill. Cover and refrigerate for up to a day if not using immediately.


Know Your Heat

Setting up the grill right means better grilling and better-tasting food. No ingredients sticking to the grates or uneven cooking. Ever. Here’s what you need to know for charcoal, gas, open-flame and smoker grills.

Create two heat zones on a gas grill by adjusting the burners. Use direct heat, where the ingredient is directly over lit burners, to sear the surface of foods or create a crispy outside. Indirect heat, or the unlit side of the grill, works for cooking foods through at lower temps. If you&rsquore cooking skin-on chicken or thicker steaks, start on indirect heat then move to direct to prevent sticking and help foods cook evenly.

1. Single-Level: A thin and even layer of coals, perfect for grilling quicker cooking foods like burgers and hotdogs. 2. Double Banked: No fire in center of the grill allows for indirect cooking of larger cuts such as whole chickens or top round roasts without the flare-ups. 3. Half-Grill: Creates a zone of ultra-concentrated heat with coals on one side only. Ideal for searing. 4. Two-Level: Allows for two areas, one to sear and the other to cook food through.

To gauge if the grill is ready, you can use your hand as an impromptu thermometer. Carefully hover over the grill to find out what the rough temperature is. Too hot after a second? Start searing that steak. See more time-to-temperature ratios in the diagram.

Create two heat zones on a gas grill by adjusting the burners. Use direct heat (all burners on) to sear the surface of foods or create a crispy outside. Indirect heat (center burner off) works for cooking foods through and cooking at lower temps. If you&rsquore cooking skin-on protein, such as chicken, start it on indirect head then move to direct to prevent sticking and help it cook evenly. More epic grilling tips

While it may sound like you’re spicing the grill, this technique is really a matter of cleaning and prepping the grates with oil. Watch how it’s done in the video.

A smoker is brisket’s ultimate companion. Smother larger cuts of protein in a rub or seasoning, and you can let them smoke for hours. For the advanced griller, multitasking in the smoker is always a go. Try smoking brisket, sausages, whole garlic, and even using meat hooks for a couple racks of ribs in a vertical smoker. When adjusting the vents or water tray, use tongs and heavy-duty gloves.

Grill anything from salmon to mushrooms on a well-seasoned plank to absorb the natural, subtle flavors of the plank. A key step, soaking the plank gets rid of any residual bitter flavor in wood. Here’s how to do it.

It’s the oldest known grilling style, dating back to ancient hearths. The trick to a roaring fire? Air and very dry wood. You’ll need a fire pit grate and split dry wood to begin (smaller pieces of wood light easier and help the fire breathe). In the diagram, you can see how to arrange a fire in a “hashtag” formation, which allows for air pockets and epic flavorful outdoor grilling.


Raichlen’s Tailgating!

An indispensable tool for your tailgating arsenal: a season&rsquos worth of easy-to-make, sure-to-dazzle recipes from Steven Raichlen, the &ldquogladiator of grilling&rdquo (Oprah). Curated from Raichlen&rsquos bestselling Barbecue! Bible books, with more than 4 million copies sold, this is an appetizer-to-dessert selection tailored for game-day cooking&mdashand competing.

After setting out a game plan, including tips on how to build a menu, the importance of Brats, the necessity of aluminum drip pans, food safety, and more, Tailgating!  kicks off with Stuffed Grill-Roasted Jalapeño Peppers&mdashspicy, smoking, cheesy, addictive. There&rsquos The Great American Hamburger, and four variations. The Bratwurst &ldquoHot Tub,&rdquo with four steps for grilling sausage without flare-ups. Ribs two ways&mdashMemphis-style and Kansas City&ndashstyle. The Inimitable Beer-Can Chicken. Santa Maria Tri-Tip (every grillmaster should get to know this specialty cut of beef). Shrimp, wings, grilled corn, and other finger foods. And two desserts to prepare before the coals die down and the game begins: Chocolate Banana S&rsquoMores and Coconut-Grilled Pineapple.


An Indoor Tailgate Party

The Super Bowl is fast approaching, and you've decided to invite everyone you know for a long day of eating, drinking, and yelling. So what does a football fan want to eat in early February?

To Steven Raichlen, there's only one answer: food from the grill. "The game action takes place indoors, in front of your TV," says Raichlen, grill master and bestselling cookbook author. "So why shouldn't your tailgate picnic? Indoor grilling brings the thrill of barbecue to the center of the pregame and halftime action: your living room."

Raichlen's book Raichlen's Indoor! Grilling will show you how to bring smoke and fire into your home in the most modern ways. For Epicurious, he has chosen five of his recipes to start off your Super Bowl celebrations. And his expert tips guarantee that it will be a winning day. After all, Raichlen writes, "if something tastes good baked, fried, or sautéed, it probably tastes better grilled."

Keep It Simple

The menu I've suggested won't drive you crazy with the preparations. Remember, your main job as host is to spend time with your guests and enjoy the game.

Epi's 50-Ingredient Super Bowl Nachos

Include Some Do-Ahead Items

Choose some dishes that can be grilled ahead and served cold or at room temperature. Good candidates on my menu include the chile-rubbed shrimp and the grilled pound cake.

Make a Plan of Attack

Write out what you need to buy, when you'll shop, when you'll prep the dishes, and what the order of grilling will be. Ninety percent of winning the cooking-and-entertaining battle is having a clear plan.

Be Organized

Buy all the supplies you need for the party no later than the day before. If possible, sort the ingredients by recipe and have them in paper bags in your refrigerator.

Avoid Smoke Alarm Issues

To keep from smoking up your house, set up indoor grills on the stove under the exhaust hood and run the exhaust fan on high, or work next to a window you can open.

Prep in Advance

Foods that must be grilled at the last minute—such as the Calgary hot wings—should be prepped in advance. That way, all you need to do close to game time is cook them, and the cooking time is quite brief.

Avoid Traffic Jams

If you have more than one dish to cook at the last minute, time them to keep the food flowing. Grill the hot wings first, followed by the Filipino-style London broil the spicy beer-marinated wings are a Super Bowl must and a perfect lead-in to the beef.

If you have more than one type of indoor grill, take advantage of all of them. For example, cook the wings in a stove-top smoker or grill pan and the pound cake on a contact grill (Foreman or panini machine). This, too, avoids traffic jams.

The Hybrid Super Bowl Dip That Will Make Your Party Complete

Enlist your guests to help you cook. Most indoor grills are supereasy to use. And it's fun for all involved.

Grilling isn't brain surgery. Most of the dishes in my book are extremely simple, and a minor deviation from the recipe or an ingredient more or less won't result in a disaster.

Remember, there's no such thing as a mistake in the kitchen, just a new dish waiting to be discovered.


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About Blog Hi, I'm Melissa Reome the author, cook, photographer and mastermind behind Grill Momma! Since I was was old enough to reach the stove, I have always loved to cook. Growing up, it was helping my mother after her long days at work. Frequency 1 post / day Blog grillmomma.com
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30. MAD MEAT GENIUS

United States About Blog A Journey in search of Meat Products by Chilebrown Madmeatgenius. I would like to share some fun and unusual ways of preparing meat with a few vegetables with recipes and cooking. There will be a lot of posts on barbequing. Frequency 5 posts / month Also in Meat Blogs Blog madmeatgenius.com
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31. Smoking Wood Tips

Olean, New York, United States About Blog Manufacturers of Kosher certified smoker wood chunks and smoker wood chips from Forest Fresh hardwood. We offer the finest quality cooking wood chunks, cooking wood chips for backyard oven, fireplace and campfire cooking. Frequency 1 post / month Since Oct 2006 Blog smokinlicious.com/blog
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32. Simply Meat Smoking

United States About Blog If you looking for BBQ recipes, grilling advice, or meat smoking tips and tricks you are in the right pace! Frequency 9 posts / month Blog simplymeatsmoking.com
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33. 17th Street Barbecue

Boston, Massachusetts, United States About Blog 17th Street Barbecue serves Legendary BBQ in Murphysboro & Marion, IL. Frequency 1 post / month Since Oct 2012 Blog 17bbq.com/blog
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34. Man Meat BBQ | Blog/podcast

Chicago, Illinois, United States About Blog Man Meat BBQ is a Chicago based food blog that is designed to bring people together and celebrate food cooked over an open flame. This won't be like any other BBQ podcast. We will be talking to pit masters, as well as interviewing chefs, butchers, fitness trainers, and many others. Frequency 1 post / month Blog manmeatbbq.com/mmb-blog
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35. Three Little Pigs BBQ & Catering | BBQ Blog

Kansas City, Missouri, United States About Blog Three Little Pigs BBQ provides Kansas City Barbeque Sauces Rubs including all natural gluten free BBQ sauce and seasonings. Frequency 3 posts / quarter Blog three-little-pigs-bbq.com/so..
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36. Nibble Me This

Tennessee, United States About Blog A blog about BBQ, grilling recipes, smoking, kamado grills, Big Green Egg, BBQ competitions, food festivals, brand ambassador trips, and Eggfests. Frequency 1 post / week Blog nibblemethis.com
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37. Burn Blog

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States About Blog Burn Blog brings you delicious and fun Fiery Foods & BBQ Recipes, Stories, and News. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog burn-blog.com
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38. BBQ Revolution

About Blog BBQ Revolution is a place to find new meat recipe, honing your grilling skills, or on the lookout for the greatest bbq in your city, Frequency 1 post / week Blog bbqrevolt.com/blog
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39. BBQ School

Australia About Blog We offers classes to help develop your BBQ Cooking Skills. Our blog keeps you up to date with tips & tricks to continually improve on your techniques & recipes. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Jan 2017 Blog bbqschool.com.au/blogs/recipes
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40. The BBQ Info

About Blog Everything about BBQ. Whether it is design or any news about barbeque. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Aug 2017 Blog thebbqinfo.com
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41. BBQ Bastard

About Blog I realised the posts about BBQ were more appreciated than the other things I posted. Realising this encouraged me to expand and improve my blog so I came up here telling who I am and what I'm doing here. Frequency 1 post / week Since Jan 2015 Blog thebbqbastard.com
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42. Piggy Ribs BBQ Blog

About Blog Piggy ribs is chock full of the things you need for great barbecue: barbecue smokers and grills, barbecue accesories, tools, barbecue sauces and rubs, even wood for your smoker. We're sure you'll find great items to help you make great barbecue Frequency 1 post / month Blog piggyribs.com/barbecue_blog
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43. Don O.'s Texas BBQ blog

Euless, Texas, United States About Blog Come along on Don's 'calories and cholesterol tour,' and experience Texas barbecue at its finest. Don's not afraid to call it as he sees it, so count on an honest opinion of each joint he visits, from meat to side dishes. But Don's enthusiasm for Texas barbecue shines through with close-up photos and a handy list of favorites. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog donobbq.blogspot.com
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44. Bar-Be-Quick | Grill Guide Blog

Burnley, England, United Kingdom About Blog Bar-Be-Quick has a great range of barbecue products to meet all your culinary needs. Whether it's quick lighting charcoal, instant barbecues or something a bit more special, we've got it all covered! Frequency 1 post / week Since Jul 2016 Blog barbequick.com/grillguide/ca..
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45. Kamado Life

Australia About Blog Kamado Life will try to bring you a unique spin on the BBQ world with a focus on the Kamado style grill. It will be our take on the BBQ classics and plenty of fresh ideas. Stop by for a look around. Thanks in advance and I look forward to hearing from you. Frequency 1 post / month Since Dec 2017 Blog kamadolife.com
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46. Kenyon

Connecticut, United States About Blog We engineer premium, American made products Electric Grills & Cooking Surfaces for Your Home and Boat to meet all of your needs. Frequency 1 post / month Since Nov 2012 Blog cookwithkenyon.com/blog
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47. The Smoking Ho | BBQ, Beef & Beyond

Austin, Texas, United States About Blog The Smoking Ho provides adventures in BBQ and meaty dishes with detailed reviews of lots of different barbecue joints with great pictures. Perfect to find the next place to go when you can't be bothered firing up the smoker. Frequency 1 post / year Blog thesmokingho.blogspot.com
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48. The BBQ Central Show | Get In The Smoke!

Cleveland, Ohio, United States About Blog The BBQ Central Radio Show is a weekly internet show that talks about all things important to the world of BBQ & Grilling. Frequency 3 posts / week Also in Barbecue Podcasts Blog thebbqcentralshow.com
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49. Zarda Bar-B-Q and Catering

Lenexa, Kansas, United States About Blog If you've not tasted Zarda baked beans, get ready for a treat. our Country Style Cole Slaw is like none other in town. Whether you're craving our Ozark hickory-smoked meats or ribs, tempting sides like our Cheesy Corn or Wedge Cut Fries, one thing's for certain, they're all delicious, and choosing is half the fun. Frequency 1 post / week Since Mar 2012 Blog zarda.com
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50. Barbecue Bros

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States About Blog Three bros originally from High Point, NC on a mission to experience barbecue in all forms at any joint we can find. We'll eat it, we'll rate it, and we'll rank it all for the common good. Frequency 1 post / week Blog barbecuebros.co
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51. KungFuBBQ

Scotland, United Kingdom About Blog KungFuBBQ is a UK BBQ Blog, documenting recipe cooks from various cookbooks, reviews of BBQ's and Accessories plus handy hints and tips to help you improve your cooks and wow your guests! Frequency 1 post / month Also in UK Barbecue Blogs Blog kungfubbq.co.uk
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52. CountryWoodSmoke | Cooking outdoors whatever the weather

United Kingdom About Blog Follow CountryWoodSmoke to get inspiring recipes and techniques using the best British produce cooked on fire and smoke. Hot and cold smoking, wood-fired ovens and BBQ of all forms. Frequency 4 posts / year Since Jun 2011 Blog countrywoodsmoke.com
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53. Cinders Blog

United Kingdom About Blog Cinders BBQs located in Lancaster, are one of the UK's leading producers of Catering Barbecues, with Outdoor Grills and Barbecue Accessories. Frequency 1 post / month Blog cindersbarbecues.co.uk/cinders
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54. love2bbq

Reading, England, United Kingdom About Blog Passionate about BBQ's. Aiming to inspire everyone to BBQ all year round. What could be better than a simple way to cook that delivers great tasting food. Frequency 5 posts / month Blog love2bbq.co.uk
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55. Grilltips

Orsa, Dalarnas Lan, Sweden About Blog Here you will find everything from tips on how to grill the best way to super delicious recipes. Frequency 3 posts / quarter Blog grilltips.se
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56. RevolutionBBQ

California, United States About Blog Competition BBQ Team and producer of amazing BBQ Spice Rubs and Artisan Salts. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog revolutionbbq.tumblr.com
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57. Bar-B-Q.net

About Blog A blog providing barbecue tips, recipe and videos by Bar-B-Q.net Frequency 3 posts / week Blog bar-b-q.net
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58. BBQ Specialties | Helping You Towards Better BBQ

About Blog BBQ Specialties run by Craig Kerwood was born out of passion and love for a good barbecue. For most of his life, Craig has been passionate about barbecuing and through much trial and error has learned how to improve his craft and now he wants to share this passion for a tasty barbecue with others. Frequency 19 posts / year Blog bbqspecialties.com
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59. The OC Grill Cleaner

California, United States About Blog The OC Grill Cleaner is a local family owned small business located in beautiful Orange County, California. We offer professional BBQ Grill cleaning and parts for BBQ grills to our customers. Check out this site to know more about OC Grill Cleaner. Frequency 1 post / month Since Jun 2018 Blog theocgrillcleaner.com
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60. San Diego BBQ

San Marcos, California, United States About Blog Welcome to San Diego BBQ. We Specialize in Outdoor Kitchens, Gas Grill Sales, BBQ Island Sales, Quality Replacement Parts and BBQ Cleaning & Grill Repair. Frequency 1 post / month Since Feb 2015 Blog sdbbq.com/blog
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61. Memphis BBQ Guide

Memphis, Tennessee, United States About Blog Discovering the Best Ribs and Barbecue at Real Pit BBQ Joints in the Memphis Tri-State Area-227 and counting! Frequency 1 post / year Blog memphisbbqguide.com
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62. Texas BBQ Posse

Dallas, Texas, United States About Blog The Texas BBQ Posse is a group of writers, photographers & BBQ hardcores. We love to travel and discover new places to eat the best in Texas barbecue. Let the meat speak for itself! Frequency 2 posts / year Blog texasbbqposse.com
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63. Angry BBQ

About Blog AngryBBQ is focused on taking your BBQ skills from amateur to advanced. We post our guides on grilling/smoking techniques and share our favorite recipes and gear reviews. Don't get Angry, get Awesome! Frequency 3 posts / week Blog angrybbq.com
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64. King of the Coals

United Kingdom About Blog King of the Coals is a website dedicated to bringing you the best content in everything to do with outdoor cooking. Currently based in the UK, we get outside and cook on our wood fired pizza oven, smoker, grill or even an open fire whenever the weather allows us! Frequency 1 post / month Blog kingofthecoals.com
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65. BarbecueWeb

United States About Blog Are you looking for barbecue and grilling recipes to serve up at your Pit, family picnic, or tailgating party? BBQ Pit Boys demonstrate the techniques of cooking Old-Time Barbecue and Grilling. They'll show you what BBQ tools you'll need, how to select the correct cuts of meat for the smoker or grill, and the tips and tricks on how to easily cook up some classic Pitmaster recipes. Frequency 1 post / day Since Jan 2007 Also in Food Youtube Channels, Meat Youtube Channels, BBQ Youtube Channels Blog youtube.com/user/BarbecueWeb..
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66. All Things BBQ

Wichita, Kansas, United States About Blog All Things Barbecue brings you helpful barbecue tips and tricks, recipes and product overviews. Frequency 2 posts / week Since Jul 2010 Blog youtube.com/user/allthingsbbq
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67. Youtube | Pitmaster X

Netherlands About Blog Barbecue Recipes, reviews, Tips, Tricks and How To Videos. Thats what this youtube channel is all about. You will be entertained, you will get inspired and you will get a sudden urge to go out, grab your grill and cook up a storm. Frequency 1 post / day Blog youtube.com/user/BBQpitmasterx
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68. Youtube | BBQGuys.com

United States About Blog Do you love grilling, smoking & cooking outdoors? This channel is for you! We have countless grill recipes, how to videos, and barbecue reviews on the BBQGuys.com channel. Frequency 6 posts / quarter Blog youtube.com/user/bbqguys
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69. Ballistic BBQ

San Diego, California, United States About Blog If you're looking for some great Outdoor Cooking Recipes, then you found the right channel! Ballistic BBQ is all about traditional 'Low N Slow' barbecue and grilling. But you will also find recipes that are traditionally cooked indoors prepared on the grill with a Ballistic BBQ twist! Frequency 1 post / week Since Jan 2007 Blog youtube.com/user/sd4547/videos
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70. Mother's BBQ | Grilling YouTube Channel

United States About Blog If you want some great grilling ideas, then you've landed on the right channel. I will show you my take on great BBQ from slow-n-low to hot-n-fast grilling. Frequency 14 videos / year Since Dec 2009 Blog youtube.com/user/mothersbbq
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71. Youtube | Bad Beast Barbecue

Belleville, Illinois, United States About Blog My name is Daryl Smith of 'Bad Beast Barbecue'. I have been grilling and smoking foods for several years. My father had me on the grill out in the yard helping him a at young age. Our channel will be showing techniques and recipes from down south, some passed to us from generations of family member. So subscribe and join our adventure as we barbecue, cook, drink and talk smack. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog youtube.com/channel/UCnNJ..
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72. Youtube | Postal Barbecue

Comox, British Columbia, Canada About Blog Postal Barbecue channel is devoted to teaching you new BBQ recipes that we love and want you to experience. From BBQ Ribs, BBQ Chicken, BBQ Briskey, BBQ Ham, BBQ Hot Dogs and many others we are here to help you do BBQ better. Along with this give reviews on great products that we like to use and to top it off we actually produce our very own BBQ rubs for you to enjoy. Frequency 1 post / week Blog youtube.com/channel/UC4w_..
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73. Youtube | Learn to BBQ

United States About Blog This site is dedicated to show you the basics of BBQ and also allow you to take your BBQ skills to the next level. As an authority site we try to educate and get you information about BBQ that you might not get anywhere else. Frequency 1 video / quarter Blog youtube.com/channel/UCxPa..
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74. Barbecue | BBQ Videos

United States About Blog Learn about barbecue, grilling, and outdoor cooking. Frequency 3 posts / month Since Sep 2006 Blog youtube.com/user/ribmeister
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How to Grill: The Complete Illustrated Book Of Barbecue Techniques, A Barbecue Bible! Cookbook

Winner of an IACP Cookbook Award, How to Grill is &ldquothe definitive how-to guide for anyone passionate about grilling, from the newest beginner to the most sophisticated chef&rdquo (Tom Colicchio). 

A full-color, photograph-by-photograph, step-by-step technique book, How to Grill gets to the core of the grilling experience by showing and telling exactly how it's done. With more than 1,000 full-color photographs, How to Grill shows𧅤 techniques, from how to set up a three-tiered fire to how to grill a prime rib, a porterhouse, a pork tenderloin, or a chicken breast. There are techniques for smoking ribs, cooking the perfect burger, rotisserieing a whole chicken, barbecuing a fish for grilling pizza, shellfish, vegetables, tofu, fruit, and s'mores. Bringing the techniques to life are over 100 all-new recipes&mdashBeef Ribs with Chinese Spices, Grilled Side of Salmon with Mustard Glaze, Prosciutto-Wrapped, Rosemary-Grilled Scallops&mdashand hundreds of inside tips.


Different Types of BBQ Gloves

Cooking gloves come in four types of materials: silicone, leather, fabric and synthetic. They all have their benefits depending on your style of cooking and preference.

Silicone

Silicone lets you handle ribs over an open fire but they don’t provide as much insulation as other gloves. You can even find food-grade silicone, many of which are 100% BPA-free, great if you don’t want to expose your food to chemicals.

Another benefit is their water-resistance so you can handle juicy meats without worrying about scalding liquids. They’re also very easy to clean and sauces wash off with a quick rinse.

Leather

Leather makes some of the most versatile gloves as they let you handle hot pans and move flaming logs around the BBQ. Gloves made of leather are thick and protect your hands but as they aren’t very dextrous and are difficult to clean.

Fabric

These gloves are made from high-heat resistant fabric, complete with silicone inserts for extra grip. Although you can’t use these to handle food directly, they’re great for lifting grill grates and hot pans. They’re also dexterous, comfortable and many are machine-washable. But you can’t get these gloves wet otherwise they will conduct heat and lose their insulating abilities.

Synthetic

Synthetic gloves are often comprised of rubber or silicone and are lined with fabric like cotton. They are nimbler and let you handle food directly and control tongs but they aren’t as insulated as leather gloves. Imagine a thicker and higher-quality version of dish gloves. Synthetic gloves are also easy to clean due to the rubber exterior but keep in mind that you also can’t use these wet.


How to Grill : The Complete Illustrated Book of Barbecue Techniques, A Barbecue Bible! Cookbook

Winner of an IACP Cookbook Award, How to Grill is “the definitive how-to guide for anyone passionate about grilling, from the newest beginner to the most sophisticated chef” (Tom Colicchio).

A full-color, photograph-by-photograph, step-by-step technique book, How to Grill gets to the core of the grilling experience by showing and telling exactly how it's done. With more than 1,000 full-color photographs, How to Grill shows 100 techniques, from how to set up a three-tiered fire to how to grill a prime rib, a porterhouse, a pork tenderloin, or a chicken breast. There are techniques for smoking ribs, cooking the perfect burger, rotisserieing a whole chicken, barbecuing a fish for grilling pizza, shellfish, vegetables, tofu, fruit, and s'mores. Bringing the techniques to life are over 100 all-new recipes—Beef Ribs with Chinese Spices, Grilled Side of Salmon with Mustard Glaze, Prosciutto-Wrapped, Rosemary-Grilled Scallops—and hundreds of inside tips.


Community Reviews

I&aposm a pretty good cook. I&aposm no Anne Burrell, but I have enough of a handle on the skills and techniques that I can go off-recipe and make my own food.

So this summer I decided I would learn to master the grill and use it as comfortably as I use my stove. If I could have only one cookbook for the rest of my life (Other than Joy of Cooking), this might be it.

This is a true, step by step "how-to" book. This is that book. It walks you through how to choose a grill based on your needs. It&aposs one of t I'm a pretty good cook. I'm no Anne Burrell, but I have enough of a handle on the skills and techniques that I can go off-recipe and make my own food.

So this summer I decided I would learn to master the grill and use it as comfortably as I use my stove. If I could have only one cookbook for the rest of my life (Other than Joy of Cooking), this might be it.

This is a true, step by step "how-to" book. This is that book. It walks you through how to choose a grill based on your needs. It's one of the most balanced discussions of gas vs charcoal and each recipe contains instructions for both. I can start a fire, but this shows how to build and control the fire. When to use sauce vs marinade and when to put on a sauce depending on the type of sauce. There are relatively few recipes - only 1 per technique. But that's all you need to learn "How to Grill". I'm already starting to think off-recipe - "What about this? How would this taste?"

If you want to learn how to use your grill/bbq, this is the book you want to buy. After this, you can move on to Bobbie Flay or whoever strikes your fancy. . more

What I like most about this book is that it includes grilling and barbecuing techniques and recipes from all over the world. Asia, Marocco, the Balkans, Caribbean, South America. you name it!

The book contains every information you might need to bring your grilling to a new level or even to start you off if you&aposre a beginner - from tips and tricks to actual recipes, all included with step by step illustrations.

Having already tried a few of the recipes I can safely say that this is so far my fav What I like most about this book is that it includes grilling and barbecuing techniques and recipes from all over the world. Asia, Marocco, the Balkans, Caribbean, South America. you name it!

The book contains every information you might need to bring your grilling to a new level or even to start you off if you're a beginner - from tips and tricks to actual recipes, all included with step by step illustrations.

Having already tried a few of the recipes I can safely say that this is so far my favourite book on grilling and I'm sure I'll be picking it up again and again for years to come! . more

When this book was taken off the shelf for a "RETRO review" this reviewer first needed to do a double take. Can this really be 10 years old? Its design and styling look as if it had been a 2012 season release. Here is a very thick, heavy book full of advice about how to grill food outdoors. An antidote to burnt sausages and singed corn.

After a time you can get a little fatigued by the sheer number of barbecue and grill-related books that pop up each spring, eager to catch the next crop of people When this book was taken off the shelf for a "RETRO review" this reviewer first needed to do a double take. Can this really be 10 years old? Its design and styling look as if it had been a 2012 season release. Here is a very thick, heavy book full of advice about how to grill food outdoors. An antidote to burnt sausages and singed corn.

After a time you can get a little fatigued by the sheer number of barbecue and grill-related books that pop up each spring, eager to catch the next crop of people who want to 'live the life and master the grill'. Despite an outdoors grill or barbecue seemingly being a simple thing to do, it can be a deceptively simple process - that is to say simple in principle but in practice. There are certainly many grill books that feature very nice recipes but there are not so many really good ones that teach you the essentials and how-tos of grilling. This is one of those books. Perhaps there is something about many males and asking for help or consulting a reference work such as this.

While the book is written from an American perspective there should be no real practical differences to the information being given out. The book starts with the very basics, such as the best spot to locate your grill, safety concerns and hygiene before considering the different ways in which you can grill something and the various panoply of equipment that is theoretically at your disposal. At the end of the book there is a great little overview to show the different types of grills, how they can fit together and, as you would expect for a typically male-dominated sort of thing, there are lots of very essential and not-so-essential toys, sorry accessories, too. There is a listing for some mail order sources but these may be outdated and not so much use for non-U.S. readers. Just use the Internet to find a source.

The interminable argument of gas versus charcoal as your grill's fuel source will never seem to be resolved as proponents from each side will always throw up enough convincing arguments to bolster their point. This reviewer favours both as both are very good tools for different tasks. Fear not, dear reader, as here you are given advice for both forms of grilling and you are able to make your own determination. Other related forms of outdoor grilling such as smoking are touched upon too.

What this reviewer really liked about this book was how it takes the reader through the real basics. Far too many books of this kind give a hazy overview and then go straight into the recipes, which is OK for the more accomplished griller but for the newcomer it can be a scary proposition. If you look at the start of the meat section by means of an example, firstly the reader is shown exactly how to grill a prime rib - all from the best way to set up the grill, how to cut and prepare the meat and right up to testing it is done. Lots of great full-colour pictures underline the excellent, simple-to-read text. There are over one thousand pictures in this book alone and they make a practical difference. Other related recipes also then appear alongside.

Attention-to-detail and thoroughness has been the keyword from the first page to the last. All of the different key ingredients get their own chapters as well as the accompaniments such as sauces and rubs. Each chapter and ingredient comes under similar scrutiny. This book just works on so many levels. To round it off there is an excellent index too.

This is a great example of a book that meets and surpasses its objectives. Despite it being a few years old it still can kick the backside of many new upstarts. If you are truly an experienced drillmaster (and not just full of hot air and male pride) maybe you won't get as much out of this book than one with just recipes - but then again will you accept that someone else might have some other good ideas? At the very least this book is worth a skim through at the bookstore. If you will admit you are either a total grill virgin or a very hapless amateur, this book has the power to "make you a man".

How to Grill, written by Steven Raichlen and published by Workman Publishing. ISBN 9780761120148, 512 pages. Typical price: GBP12. YYYYY.


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