Grilling Tips

Worcestershire Sauce, Easy for You To Say

Worcestershire Sauce, Easy for You To Say

I know it’s only been in the US since Lea and Perrins brought it over from the UK in 1837, but it’s about time we get it right.  It’s been a problem for far too long.  I myself used to mumbled my way through it like this fella: Not this year though.  It’s “worse-ta-sure“.  I…

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  January 6, 2010
Tips for Grilling In Bad Weather

Tips for Grilling In Bad Weather

I live in Florida, so that means I get to brag about our weather here in the Winter while my friends up North are scraping their cars.  I got into the car yesterday morning and didn’t know what to do, there was ice on the windshield!  Yep, for us cold weather wimps in Florida, anything…

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  December 30, 2009
Altoids DIY Grill

Altoids DIY Grill

Ever since I built my own smoker, I have been obsessed with DIY cooking projects.  Here’s another cool project from Instructables.  Technically, it isn’t one of their documented projects, it was just included in comments on their page.  The body, lid and coal (fits one briquette) holder are made from an Altoid tin.  The grate…

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  December 13, 2009
UHaul Fill-N-Grill, Cheaper than Exchange?

UHaul Fill-N-Grill, Cheaper than Exchange?

U-haul has a Fill-N-Grill program to encourage people to stop exchanging their tanks and start refilling them instead.  Sign up now and they will email you a $1 off coupon on your first refill.  They’ll also place a decal on your tank so you save a dollar on each refill. Do you trust that you…

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  December 11, 2009

Homemade Cowboy Style Grill

The reason I have been cooking almost everything on my homemade smoker recently is because nothing tastes better than food cooked using something you built with your own two hands!  My cousin Drew can now attest to this fact with his new pride and joy, a homemade cowboy style grill.  Cowboy style grills are made to…

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  November 17, 2009

Lidded Grilling Basket Lets You Shake Things Up on the Grill

This set of grilling baskets and tray with lidded shaker on Amazon has me pretty excited.  This set comes with a smaller tray for grilling items you don’t want to fall through the grate, I could live without that tray, but it comes with the set.  I would seriously pay $25 for the lidded basket…

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  November 13, 2009

Who Uses a Steak Weight?

We had working lunch the other day (if talking about grilling is work) at the local J. Alexander’s.  If you haven’t been there, it’s one of those places where you can see the folks in the back cooking your meal.  Of course, the grill is conveniently located right by the waiting area so that you…

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  November 13, 2009

Charbroil Big Easy Turkey Fryer

What?  No oil?  Seriously?  Yeah, seriously.  Don’t believe me?  Check out this “virtual” demo by Charbroil and we can talk more after you are dazzled by the animation: So yeah, frying with no oil.  The thing even catches the drippings so that you can still make that gravy!  My only question is, how do you…

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  November 10, 2009