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Grill the Best Steak of Your Life in 6 Steps

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6 Steps to Perfectly Grilled Steak 1. Start with a Clean and Oiled Grill: More than cooking time, more than spice rubs, a clean grill makes all the difference when cooking great steak (or anything on the grill, for that matter.) Clean grates keep the steaks from sticking when you turn them. All you need […]

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YOU DEFINITELY DIDN'T KNOW THESE 13 POWER MOVES THAT WILL TURN YOU INTO AN ABSOLUTE BBQ BEAST

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Because the scourge of burger brutalization must come to an end, we tapped the editor-in-chief of Saveur magazine and Top Chef Masters judge James Oseland, along with the team from their Test Kitchen, to share 13 magically indispensable grilling tips you probably should have known, but definitely didn’t. Said tips are wonderfully general and can apply to most grill-able […]

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Grilling and Smoking Myths

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Brisket – Fat Side Up/Fat Side Down? Fat Side Down : Heat rising over the brisket is the primary source of drying. By using the fat cap of the brisket (the thick layer of fat on one side of the brisket) as a shield between the intense heat of the fire and the delicate meat […]

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Briggs TRUE Top 10 Essential Grilling Tips

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Grilling – to broil on a gridiron or other apparatus over or before a fire 1. To subject to severe and persistent cross-examination orquestioning. 2. To torment with heat. 3. To mark with a series of parallel bars like those of a grill. Warm Meat works better . . . One of the easiest ways […]

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How to season and grill a steak . . . 101

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  Hottly debated, cooking a steak is as much a personal preference as it is a skill. Here are a few tips to the ideal steak. Keep it simple Start with a great steak . . . your favorite cut . . . Briggs likes rib eyes and filets. Season the steaks to taste with […]

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Tailgating Q & A

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Q: How can I be sure tailgate picnic foods are at the right temperature and safe? A: The organisms that cause food poisoning thrive at temperatures between 40°F and 140°F Don’t leave foods in that danger zone for more than 2 hours. When the outside temperature is above 90°F the time limit is 1 hour. Follow […]

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Get Your Grill Hot!

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Preheat your grill 15 – 25 minutes before you start cooking anything to make sure it reaches the right temperature. Your grill should be 400-450°F for high, 350-400°F for medium-high, 300-350°F for medium and 250-300°F for low heat. A properly heated grill sears foods on contact (you’ll hear the sound), keeps the insides moist and […]

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Choosing the right Charcoal

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If you’re charcoal grilling, we recommend additive-free lump charcoal, which is just charred wood (this is gonna taste and smell great). Conventional briquettes may contain wood scraps and sawdust as well as coal dust, sodium nitrate, borax and additives like paraffin. Lighter fluid, don’t need it if you do this right. Lighter fluid can release […]

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Brush It off baby

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It’s easier to remove grime and debris when the grill is hot, so after preheating, use a long-handled wire grill brush on your grill rack to clean off charred debris from prior meals. Scrape immediately after use. This will ensure a clean grill for the best tasting meals you can serve up.

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