Smashed Burger Recipe
Winter seems to be slamming down on the United States with no disregard for the grillers and BBQers around the country. Here in California it almost hit 30°F and people were getting ready for the end of the world. OK… I know it’s not that bad here but with parts of the country frozen over and below zero, we thought it was time to bring a little bit of summer inside.
Whether it is the Fourth of July or just a sunny weekend BBQ you can be sure to...
The Kitchenque Brings Smoked Foods Indoors!
The Kitchenque Stovetop Smoker lets you bring amazing smoked flavors inside. Getting your BBQ fix during the winter is now achievable. The Kitchenque is great for people who live in an apartment with no backyard, or anyone who isn’t quite ready to spend hundreds of dollars on a big outdoor smoker.
How It Works
The Kitchenque consists of 4 pieces; lid, rack, drip tray, and base. Setting up the smokers for cooking is simple and quick. Place the base...
It is true that Kettle grills, kamados, and offset smokers are supurb at their job. Yet, sometimes a recipe calls for a unique style of cooking that these catch all grills just can't match. Here are two alternative grilling methods I have found that really take a recipe to the next level when used right.
Method 1. It Starts With The Starter
A charcoal chimney starter is a great way to start coals fast and efficiently but that’s not all it can do. You can use your chimney starter...
Is Your Grilled Chicken Lacking?
Dry, burnt, or bland… We’ve all experienced it before. You’re at a BBQ and you are offered some chicken. You take your first bite and the meat is dry and the skin and sauce are burnt and bitter. You tell the host it’s delicious only because when you grill chicken it ends up being the same. You start to believe that this is the way that grilled chicken is supposed to be and accept mediocracy as perfection.
Okay, maybe I’m being a little dramatic but...
5 Accessories Every Grill Master Needs In Their Grilling Tool Kit
Just like a workshop needs the handyman essentials, every grill master should have these 5 tools if they expect to get the job done right. Without them, you are probably cutting corners no matter how advanced of a griller you are. Here is a look inside my toolkit with my go-to barbecue accessories. In no particular order, these are the tools I reach for almost every time I fire up the grill.
1. The Pit Mitt®
It is no question that every pit master needs a set of grilling...