Summer is in the air and are you excited about this? I believer for most grilling enthusiasts, the answer is definitely “yes” because summer is a season of grilling, a season for firing up your grill and throwing foods on grates! What fun it is to have lots of friends gathering around you by hosting a BBQ party at your backyard! Here we’ll bring you some ideas which will hopefully enlighten you to some extent.
Grilling is mostly associated with joy, happiness and fun, thus people often choose to grill during holidays as a way of celebration. What are the typical American holidays that people would observe the tradition of grilling nationwide?
If you are a grilling enthusiast, you may grill all year round through winter, warm or cold, rain or snow. If you are not, chances are that you simply put away the grill when winter arrives and bring it back to work when spring returns. The fact is that no matter you grill during chilly winter or not, it’s always necessary to give the grill a comprehensive “body check and care” prior to first cooking in spring. Below are important steps you’d better follow before you fire up your grill for the first time in spring.
When you are cooking on a charcoal grill, there are various heating styles you can choose. Here we bring you four heating styles along with their respective features, as well as what food types that each heating style is applicable to.