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THE TOP 10 GRILLING RULES ALL
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Superior Strength, Design and Durability
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Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters
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Superior Strength, Design and Durability
www.CaveTools.com
Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters
www.FreeBar...
CLICK!
Superior Strength, Design and Durability
www.CaveTools.com
Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters
www.FreeBar...
CLICK!
Superior Strength, Design and Durability
www.CaveTools.com
Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters
www.FreeBar...
CLICK!
Superior Strength, Design and Durability
www.CaveTools.com
Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters
www.FreeBar...
CLICK!
Superior Strength, Design and Durability
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Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters
www.FreeBar...
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Superior Strength, Design and Durability
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The Top 10 Grilling Rules All Barbecue Chefs Live By

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When it comes to grilling, we all think we’re the best http://cavetools.com. We’re all guilty of thinking we’re the next best barbecue grilling chef of the near future after one successful tailgate or back yard bash. Despite this though, we could all use a few back to basic grilling tips, to aid us in reaching our worthy status.

The first thing talked about in this video from Cave Tools, is the need for preparation. We’ve all been halfway through grilling some of the best bbq chicken ever seen; only to leave it grilling a little too long as we’ve left the spatula in the kitchen still. Preparation is undoubtedly one of the most important factors in having successful grilling session.

Included in the preparation is also your selection of meat. Everyone has their own favorite, but a general rule of thumb when it comes to finding the best quality meats for grilling is: look for the meats with marbles of fat. Fats are the #1 cause of flare ups, but when marbled within the meat, the fats melt into the meat; giving a much juicy, tender taste. And talking of meats, it’s always a good idea to leave your meats out of the fridge an hour before cooking so that they can get to room temperature. This makes them much easier to grill.

My new year’s grilling resolution was to take better care of my grill. I’ve only had a few barbecues due to the cold summer (I’d still like to think I’m pretty hardy!) but every time I have, I’ve made a great job of cleaning up both before and after I’ve been grilling. The results speak for themselves and I can see my grill lasting much longer than I thought it would have just a few months ago!

If you’re like me, you love experimenting with sauces and marinades. I just can’t get enough of mixing meats with different sauces, finding new combinations to gloat about with the guys next time they’re over. One issue that I used to have though was quite often I’d end up with a rather burnt chicken skin, while the insides were still a little undercooked. This apparently is due to the sugars within the sauce, burning on fire below the meat. Now I make sure that once I take the meat off the grill, that’s when the sauces come out!

Another important top grilling and barbecue tip, is to allow your food to rest. It’s hard, I know! But it’s definitely worth it. Sure, your 10 year old isn’t going to be ecstatic about having to wait around for his hotdog and ketchup, but everyone else will thank you. A perfect example of this is steak; a perfectly cooked medium rare steak needs time to allow the juices and fibers to settle. When you slice that succulent steak open, you want the juices to stay inside the meat, not on the plate!

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The Top 10 Grilling Rules All Barbecue Chefs Live By

  1. 1. THE TOP 10 GRILLING RULES ALL By cavetools.com
  2. 2. CLICK! Superior Strength, Design and Durability www.CaveTools.com Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters www.FreeBarbecueRecipeBook.com GAS VERSUS CHARCOAL: These 2 different techniques offer different barbecuing experiences. Whilst gas could be hassle-free for others, charcoal has its own benefits to think about. An even temperature should be reached. Hence, prior to grilling, preheating is vital. While Gas grills just take approximately 15 minutes to preheat, charcoal grills take longer with approximately 30 minutes preheating before you reach the proper temperature level. However, make certain to have a cooler side or "dead spot" where you could put the food in case of flare-ups, or to cook the food in a slower speed. And remember to have extras if ever you run out of charcoal or gas so that you don’t have to interrupt the next-door neighbors.
  3. 3. CLICK! Superior Strength, Design and Durability www.CaveTools.com Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters www.FreeBarbecueRecipeBook.com PREPARATION / selection of food • Get the chosen food to be cooked in advance. • Let it rest for 30 minutes. • Prepare the equipments needed near the barbecue location. • You'll need a long-handled tong, a metal spatula and basting brush. • The skewers should be soaked in water for a minimum of 20 minutes beforehand. • This will avoid the skewers from burning.
  4. 4. CLICK! Superior Strength, Design and Durability www.CaveTools.com Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters www.FreeBarbecueRecipeBook.com PREPARATION / selection of food • Select meat with well-balanced distribution of fats throughout the muscles (marbling). • The marbling melts into the meat as it grills and creates a tender, savory steak. • Get rid of excess fats before barbecuing due to the fact that fats have a tendency to trigger flare-ups. • When cooking vegetables and fruits, be sure to grill them at the cooler side because they are easily cooked. •
  5. 5. CLICK! Superior Strength, Design and Durability www.CaveTools.com Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters www.FreeBarbecueRecipeBook.com • Don`t forget to clean the grill prior to and after barbecuing. This is important for attaining deliciously cooked food and for the basic security of your health. • • To prevent foods from sticking to the barbecue grill grates, spray a non-stick food spray on them before barbecuing, or use a paper towel dipped in grease to apply over grill grates. TIDY AND CLEAN
  6. 6. CLICK! Superior Strength, Design and Durability www.CaveTools.com Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters www.FreeBarbecueRecipeBook.com SAFETY AND FLIPPING • Keep the grill away from flammable things such as lighter fluids or anything that might cause fire immediately, and your house. • Ideally you just require to flip the fish or meat just once, and turning the food is necessary to even cooking. However, turning frequently may ruin the food as it not only decreases cooking, but also results in tough, dry food.
  7. 7. CLICK! Superior Strength, Design and Durability www.CaveTools.com Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters www.FreeBarbecueRecipeBook.com SAUCES • Applying sauces before barbecuing is a big no-no. It does not only cause flare-ups but also provides the food a burnt- taste especially with those sauces that are consist of sugar which can quickly burn the food. Generally, sugar- based sauces need to be applied at the end of the grilling process. However, oil-and-vinegar and citrus-based marinade can be applied all throughout the grilling process. • Let the food barbecue rest for approximately 5 minutes prior to serving. This permits the tastes to redistribute equally.
  8. 8. CLICK! Superior Strength, Design and Durability www.CaveTools.com Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters www.FreeBarbecueRecipeBook.com Allow it to Rest •Let the barbecued food rest for approximately 5 minutes prior to serving. This permits the tastes to redistribute equally. • •In checking if the food is all ready to be served on the plate, use a thermometer. The perfect temperature level for steak or chops is 145°F.
  9. 9. CLICK! Superior Strength, Design and Durability www.CaveTools.com Get 25 FREE BBQ Recipes From Real Pitmasters www.FreeBarbecueRecipeBook.com snacks •Prepare snacks like cheese and chips for your guest to keep them amused while you're still grilling. This will provide you more time and prevent pressure from your starving guests. • • • •
  10. 10. THE TOP 10 GRILLING RULES ALL By cavetools.com

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