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Different Methods of Grilling

There are a few different methods of grilling with your gas grill, your charcoal grill, or your bbq smoker.

There is direct grilling, indirect grilling, and smoking.

Let us start with direct grilling.

Direct grilling involves cooking your food inches over the flames. This would be done with thin cuts of meat, fish, shellfish & fruit or vegetables. These foods tend to cook quickly and can benefit from the searing heat of the flames.

With this method of cooking you generally do not need the lid of your cooker, and should stand close watch over the food to make sure it does not burn. You should never leave your grill unattended anyway, but direct grilling takes a much closer watch. You also want to make sure that you have separate heat zones. A heat zone is a way to control temperature. This is so you have an area to direct grill or even sear your food, an area to cook the food, and so you have an area to put food that is already done or almost finished. More or less, your safety zone.

If you are cooking for a larger crowd, you will want three cooking zones. One for searing, one for cooking, and

Central Texas Barbecue

Barbecue is one of the most beloved food items Texas. Texas barbecue has a number of variations that range between different regions of the state. Texas barbecue can be divided into four basic regions, central Texas, East Texas, West Texas and South Texas. In the center of the state, barbecue is known for the high quality of the meat, and is considered by some to be the best barbecue in the state of Texas.

Barbecue holds a special place in the heart of the people of Central Texas. Cities like Lockhart, Taylor and Luling serve some of the best barbecue at some very famous long standing barbecue restaurants. The tradition of serving Central Texas barbecue started way back in the 19th century. Original settlers of the region from Germany and other European countries started the tradition of Central Texas barbecue. The meat markets in those periods used to serve cooked meat on butcher papers.

These settlers established meat markets and according to their culture they used to smoke the leftover meat in an attempt to preserve it for future meals. They smoked these leftover cuts of meat (usually pork and beef) over firewood mostly of pecan or oak and occasionally mesquite.

10 Barbeque Food Safety Essentials You Need To Be Aware Of

If you’re planning a barbeque, then as well as planning what you’re going to eat, you need to think about you’re going to store and prepare it.

Here’s what you need to know.

1. Food poisoning cases double during the summer, as more and more people eat outdoors and decide to have BBQs at the last minute rather than planning well in advance. In addition, drinking alcohol or trying to entertain friends and family can mean that food hygiene standards can accidentally slip.

2. The vast majority of barbeque food poisoning cases are avoidable, and so it’s essential that you prepare your food properly, and stay focused on cooking, rather than showing off your culinary skills.

3. Undercooked meat is the main cause of food poisoning at BBQs, and so you’ll need to make sure that you cook it properly, and are aware of how long different cuts take to cook. If you’re cooking for a lot of people, you might prefer to cook in the oven first, and then transfer to the barbeque, so that you know your meat is well cooked.

4. Germs spreading from raw to cooked meat are another cause of food poisoning, so you’ll need to make sure that

Weber Grill Reviews – Quality That Lasts

Barbecuing has long been a favorite pastime for many and the grills people are buying have only become bigger and better as the years go by. But, with so many grills to choose from, how do consumers know which company produces the best? Well, the Weber Grill company has proven itself to be one of the greatest choices when purchasing gas, smoke and charcoal grills. Not only are their products top of the line, but they’re made with quality materials and are complete with the latest and greatest inventions in grilling. So, when you buy a Weber grill, you know without a doubt that it will stand the test of time and that it will cook up fantastic food that will leave your neighbors in awe. What could be better than that?

When choosing which type of Weber grill is right for you, first decide if a gas, charcoal or smoke grill will fit best into your lifestyle. Charcoal grills are known for their convenience and for that great flavor they add to your food. Gas grills are great for backyards and for the family that loves to barbecue. Smoke grills are renowned for the unmistakable taste they infuse meat, vegetables

Can You Build A Homemade Smoker Out Of Wood?

Contrary to popular belief, you can build a smokehouse out of wood and in fact many are still built like that today. To be fair, a lot depends on the size of the smokehouse that you are building, if for example you were trying to build a shoebox smoker out of wood where everything is so compact then the chances are that the thing is going to go up in flames.

Let’s start right at the beginning, my first design was much bigger than a shoebox, probably best described as a wardrobe and even that went up in smoke, so whilst it’s true that you can build a smoker out of wood there are still some things that you need to consider.

Two things really determine whether wood is a suitable building material for a homemade smoker:

  1. How big are you building?
  2. What temperature are you smoking at?

The size issue is pretty easy to resolve and that is that your home-made smoke house would have to be sufficiently big enough to ensure that the heat and smoke source is fully enclosed in fire-retardant materials and insulated at floor level. Provided you take these steps then you really can build a smoke house out

Can an Electric Barbecue Grill Live Up to Other Outdoor Cookers?

Modern living is all about convenience. Want a meal in minutes? Get a microwave. Did the doctor advise you to drink a glass of orange juice every morning? Well, there is no need to sweat squeezing the juice and pulp out of oranges-you can just buy an automatic electric juicer. Need to get a quick cup of freshly brewed coffee to pump you up while doing a home-based project? Just get a coffee maker.

Why sweat when you can just sit back and relax while you let a machine do a task? Nowadays, every thing that used to be done manually is now being done automatically. Even barbecuing, that good old American pastime, can now be done with ease. Tired on starting a charcoal fire to get your grilling going? Don’t want to scramble to your garage to get a gallon of gas to fill up an empty gas grill tank? Do you want to have a far more relaxing and convenient way to cook your favorite grilled foods? Well, then you should get an electric barbecue grill.

Advantages of An Electric Barbecue Grill

Convenience:

Perhaps the best benefit that an electric grill can offer is convenience. You certainly would not need to spend

Barbeque Grills – Which is Best For You?

It is very near summer, and when summer finally does arrive the majority of us will love to spend much time outside cooking. Having a barbeque or two in the summer is tradition for many, and it is almost the essence of a good 4’th of July party, or backyard gathering. However, if you do not have a grill or are thinking about upgrading your current one, then you have many options to consider to make the barbeque experience the way you want it.

When it comes to barbeque grill there is a very large array of different types. In order to have the best custom barbeque experience do not settle for the plain jane first and cheapest gas, or charcoal grill you see. Learn about all the other options you have, so you can be sure you get exactly what you need.

What should you consider?

Price

Since their is such a large array of barbeque grills, they can vary in price from literally several dollars all the up to several thousand dollars. Depending on the size, quality of components and materials, and features.

In general charcoal grills are the less expensive barbeque grills. You can get one of the smallest charcoal grills for

How to Grill Vegetables on a Propane Grill

A lot of people shy away from using their propane grill to grill their vegetables, thinking that it will be a difficult task when in actual fact it is pretty easy. By grilling your vegetables on a propane grill during a barbeque, you can now also add a healthy serving of vegetables to each plate.

Having grilled vegetables as part of your barbeque will also keep any vegetarians in the family happy.

You Will Need:
* Vegetables (zucchini, potatoes, tomatoes, squash, mushrooms and peppers)
* Skewers or aluminum foil
* Olive oil for brushing
* Propane grill
* Grill baskets and grill utensils

Step 1
When grilling vegetables choose functional vegetables that you will be able to grill with the least amount of fuss such as the ones listed above.

Step 2
Clean and cut the vegetables into desired sections but big enough so that they won’t fall through the grill.

Step 3
Potatoes need to be boiled until tender prior to grilling.

Step 4
Marinate the vegetables for about 15 minutes before grilling. If you are planning on grilling the vegetables directly on the grill and not use aluminum foil or grill basket you need to brush the vegetables with olive oil to prevent them

Fusion-style Japanese dishes Mika

1006461-tofu-salad-pSushi, sashimi, and ramen, is Japan’s most popular food in Indonesia. But this does not mean that Japan only has three kinds of culinary course. There are many other Japanese dishes that have not been known to the people of Indonesia, and need to be tried. For this reason, Mika Japanese Bistro tried to introduce a variety of Japanese cuisine is not less tasty and healthy.

“All this food is my original recipe, and in collaboration with Chef Takeshi Kato of Japan and Chef Nicholas Stanly. Collaboration presents a unique fusion Japanese food,” said Sylvia Gunawan, founder Mika Japanese Bistro, opening in Kasablanka City Mall, South Jakarta , Thursday (1/31/2013) ago.

This restaurant has a variety of types of finger food such as Ebi Cream, Korokke Rice, and Rice Crispy Salmon Tartar, which could be a tempting snack. Rice Crispy Salmon Tartar made from slices of grilled fresh salmon mixed with typical Japanese mayonnaise, sliced ​​nori, rice crispy and crunchy.

Having satisfied his tasting finger food, Teriyaki Chicken Salad plate could be an option for appetizers. This salad is made from a mixture of water lettuce, sweet corn, crispy fried glass noodles, and slices

I Barbecue, and You Should Too

BBQ connoisseurs are prone to comparing grilling meat to an almost religious experience. At least the zeal with which they compete and cook with other connoisseurs from around the world would suggest so. The outsider might wonder: what’s the big deal? It’s just BBQ, after all!

Cooking food over an open fire instigates some of the most primeval instincts of man. There is an almost caveman-esque quality to this cooking method. Our ancestors, after all, learned to cook food in similar fashion thousands of years ago before the invention of utensils and functional kitchens.

That creating the perfect BBQ requires years of practice and technical skill also throttles up the competitive instincts in professional barbecuers. If you’ve ever tried to whip up something on the grill, then tasted a perfectly smoked ribbed cooked by a professional BBQ team, you’ll know how technically challenging it can be to cook food with this method.

The Social Function of BBQ

There is almost always a great deal of tradition and ceremony associated with BBQ. It is, in many ways, akin to making stuffed turkey for Thanksgiving: you do it as much for the occasion, as for the food.

In my house, a weekend barbecue was an occasion

How To Host the Perfect BBQ

1. Grill

No BBQ is complete without a grill. This is a necessity, and should be bought or borrowed prior to the BBQ. Also, charcoal and gas grills give cook your meat differently, so be sure to be aware of which taste not only you prefer, but your neighbors as well!

2. Be Prepared

Rain and BBQ’s are like vinegar and water, they don’t mix. Check the weather for the day you’re planning to have your BBQ, if it is raining that day, then move the date accordingly! Let your friends know the date a week or two prior so you don’t have any schedule contradictions and a grill full of food with no guests! Lastly, gather enough tables and cushions so everyone has a place to eat!

3. Food Variation

Creating an adaptable entrée of foods is key to reduce the number of complaints by your guests. If all you’re cooking is brats, hamburgers, and hot dogs, then your neighbor Glenn who happens to be a vegan will not be a happy camper. Visa-versa, if Toby stops by and all your cooking is veggies, then Toby’s going to out of there quicker than you can say McDonalds. By utilizing a variety of foods

BBQ Chicken – How To Barbecue Chicken the Right Way!

How to BBQ chicken In this article I’m going to show you a quick and easy way to barbecue chicken, specifically chicken breasts. I’ll also reveal some real grill master secrets. Throughout this article I will be assuming you are using a gas grill. Let’s get cracking!

First, preheat your grill. We are going to grill using indirect heating. You will be turning on the perimeter flames and turning off the center flames. This will also prevent flare ups, which you definitely don’t want. However it is always a good idea to keep a bottle of water spray for emergencies.

After the grill is preheated you will put your lightly seasoned chicken breasts on the grill with the bone side facing down. There is no need to continually turn over the chicken, as some inexperienced people suggest. This only contributes to drying out your meat and there is nothing worse that dried out chicken, unless of course you are shooting for “chicken jerky!” This is also a good time to add your “smoke packet.” If you are not sure what a smoke packet is, don’t worry about it. We will cover that in a different article.

Grill Master #1: Coat the grill

What to Look for When Buying a New Grill?

Your choice of grill is dependent on your priorities and personality. Regardless of the grill you buy, certain features are standard and optional. Charcoal is more hands on, while gas is more automated and convenient.

That trademark deep brown grill marks are a characteristic of grilled food. There is actually a science behind this, as the charring gives that bold, complex taste of grilled food. Added to this, the smoke generated by wood or charcoal, the added fat dripping into the heat source adds to the characteristic flavor in-fumed into the food.

The factors that affect that final outcome is dependent on a couple things working together:

– Cooking temperature. The fuel source is thus a factor here. There have been many a debate on what is the right fuel. In my opinion, choose what’s convenient, can easily be accessed, and won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

– Radiant heat. The ability to control the heat in your grill is important. Lids, vents and knobs make this happen. Keep this in the back of your mind for later.

– Conduction of heat in the metal grill grate. Important to know when cleaning your grate.

– Convection of hot air around the food. Indirect heat is

Enough Vegetables and Fruit, Disease Reluctant Coming

1001304-buahbuahan-pIncreasingly, more and more diseases that face. For that we need to guard against, among others, with mangadopsi healthy diet. Vegetables and fruits are the foods needed to meet the body’s need for vitamins and minerals and other essential nutrients.

Clinical nutrition specialist Faculty of medicine / RSCM dr. Fiastuti Witjaksono say, vegetables and fruits contain fiber, vitamins, minerals, digestive enzymes, and water, which can not be found in its entirety on other food products.

“Even as a whole, the content of fruit and vegetables can not be found in supplements,” he said in a talk titled “The Role of Fruits and Vegetables on Health” held by Zespri in Jakarta.

Fiastuti explained, vegetables and fruits have a lot of roles for health. Fibers contained in fruits and vegetables beneficial for gastrointestinal health, helps maintain blood sugar levels, helps maintain blood lipid levels, and help make sense of satiety.

“Fiber also helps maintain blood sugar levels, particularly soluble fiber, as it helps the absorption of sugar more slowly. Soluble fiber keep blood sugar levels after eating are not excessive and also not fall dramatically,” he said.

Antioxidant content, further Fiastuti, in fruits and vegetables is very important

Gas Grill Buying Tips For Barbecue Enthusiasts

Gas grills are a popular choice among barbecue enthusiasts. Mainly because compared to charcoal grills, gas grills are easier to clean. In addition, there are lesser accidents related to the use of gas grills and in ten minutes it is ready to barbecue. For those thinking of buying a gas grill or upgrading to a gas grill for grilling, there are a number of things to consider before purchasing one. Taking these few tips into consideration will make the search faster and easier, and in the end the grill you purchase will be more satisfying for you to use.

1. Three Levels Of Gas Grills

Entry-level

Thesegas grills are the most basic gas grills available in the market today. They are reasonable priced starting at $ 150 to $ 300. Entry-level gas grills don’t need wood or charcoal and produce their own heat. With regards to this type of gas grill, it is best to choose one made of stainless steel for the frame and main body.

Mid-Range

These gas grills on the other hand are a bit more expensive but also offer more features than the basic gas grill. Prices for mid-range gas grills range from $ 350 to $ 1150. For these types

3 Ways To Make Your Food Taste Better

1. Listen For The Noisy Artichoke
You know those baby toys that let out a little squeak when you squeeze them? Turns out those rubber giraffes have something in common with artichokes, says Marcy Smothers, author of Snacks: Adventures in Food, Aisle by Aisle. Smothers spent years amassing all kinds of strange-but-useful tidbits about the foods we eat. She’d heard an old wives’ tale that the best artichokes make noise when you give them a pinch, and she tested the theory to see if it works. Turns out that if these leafy thistles are fresh, they will squeak softly when you hold them close to your ear and press gently from both sides. The sound means they’re well hydrated — which is exactly what you want, whether you’re boiling, steaming, roasting or baking them. And don’t discount artichokes that have white blisters or blotches during the winter months. They’re “frost-kissed,” says Smothers, with a nutty flavor and tender texture.

2. Buy Cheap Maple Syrup (It’s Better, Really)
Common sense tells us grade A syrup must be higher quality than grade B, but that’s actually not (usually) the case. Grade A (which is produced earlier in the season) tends to be light

Barbecue Grills – Easy Tips to Maintain it For a Lifetime

When you purchase an expensive barbecue grill, it’s like an investment. You expect it to last for years to come and provide you with perfectly cooked food whenever you want it. But, keeping your barbecue working at optimal performance and looking its best is going to take a little work on your behalf. So, whether you have a gas, electric, charcoal or smoke barbecue grill, get ready to learn some easy tips on how to take care and repair it right at home.

You’re going to need some tools to clean your barbecue grill, so check to see that you have these essential items on hand:

Brass wire grill brush
Soap-embedded, fine steel wool pads
Mild dish soap
Sponge or dishcloth
Spray cooking oil
Dry baking soda
Aluminum foil
Newspaper

These items will enable you to keep your charcoal, electric, gas or smoke barbecue grill looking as fantastic as the day you first brought it home. The first step to keeping your grill clean and sanitary is brushing off the grill surfaces. All barbecue grills will need this done on a regular basis, so don’t neglect this crucial step. You will find that there are a variety of brushes available for this purpose,

The Rules of Grilling

There is something about grilling which brings out the best in foods. Nothing can quite compare to the smoky, toasty and delicately charred taste of foods which are hot off the grill. Whether it is roasted beef steak, pork roast, chicken skewers, grilled fish or vegetable kebobs, grilled foods are certified favorites.

Yet it takes science and skill to grill. The rules of grilling differ for different kinds of food and cuts. Here are some rules to follow in order to come up with grilled foods which have the taste, aroma and texture you love.

1. Learn the two methods of grilling.

There are two methods of grilling, the direct heat and the indirect heat grilling methods. Knowing how each is done and when each or both can be used is basic knowledge one must learn to succeed in grilling.

The direct heat grilling method is done by placing the food item directly over the source of heat.

If using the charcoal grill, the food is placed on the grate directly above the hot coals. If using a gas grill, food is grilled with all the burners set to no lower than medium heat.

This method of grilling applies high heat which creates that lovely

Do not Overlook Nutrition Vegetables "White"

Although white-colored foods are often associated with something that is not healthy, such as flour or sugar, but do not ignore the white colored vegetables.

There’s no denying colorful vegetables contain more antioxidants, such as carotenoids that give red, orange and yellow. But the “white man” is actually also contain essential nutrients that we may not get from other sources.

White vegetables, such as potatoes, mushrooms, turnips, or cabbage, loaded with potassium, magnesium, and fiber.

“The minerals contained in the crop more abundant in roots and tubers,” said Connie M.Weaver, from Purdue University who researched many of the white vegetable nutrition.

Another benefit of the lesser known white vegetables are high levels of satisfaction. The study, published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition says that in the same amount of calories, when compared to dark and bright colored vegetables, white vegetables have a higher satiety index.

But so far there is no definite recommendation regarding the amount of white vegetable that should diasup every day. But you can start by trying to cook vegetables white.

Find the Right Grill for the Perfect Backyard Barbecue

Summertime is just around the corner and what better way to get your family together than barbecuing some food on the grill. Grilling out in your backyard is more than just a warm-weather delight; it is healthy and convenient. When you prepare your food on the grill it leaves a rich, distinctive smoky flavor and holds more nutritional goodness than any other way of cooking. Since this cooking method uses high heat, the food cooks at a fast rate allowing the meats and vegetables to retain most of their vitamins and minerals while still maintaining and exception flavor.

Whether it’s a charcoal, gas, electric grill, or smoker that you are looking for, there are a few shopping tips to remember. First, you must evaluate how you will use the grill. Do you intend to cook just entrees in this manner, or do you want to be able to cook entire meals on the grill at once? If you plan on cooking full courses, some grills will serve you better than others. How many people do you intend to cook for? If it’s just you and your wife, you will not need a grill with the capacity to cook fifteen hotdogs

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