Summer Grilling | Summer Grilling Tips –  Top Grilling Tips ~ Summer Grilling Tips ~

Summer Grilling | Summer Grilling Tips – Top Grilling Tips ~ Summer Grilling Tips ~

Summer Grilling. Summer time is the perfect time for barbecuing. Not only is the temperatures perfect for outdoor
activities, but often the children are out of school, and families are traveling for
their summer vacations. Today in America, it is unheard of for a family
to go a full summer without having or attending a barbecue cookout. Today, over 90% of families attend a barbecue
at least once a year. Summer is indeed the perfect time to plan
a barbecue party. It is important to remember certain things
when barbecuing to ensure that your party goes flawless. Grilling Do’s and Don’ts. 1. Always start with a completely clean grill. The amazing fish that you cooked last week
was indeed tasty, but unless you want a hint of fish with your hot dogs, you need to clean
your grill before cooking. It is recommended that you clean you grill
each and every time you use it. Wait until it cools down, and then clean the
surfaces with baking soda and the racks with grease fighting dish soap and water. 2. Before you begin cooking, spray your cooking
area with a nonstick cooking spray. This will prevent your meat from sticking
when you are rotating or removing it. If your meat sticks and breaks, you will lose
a large amount of juice, and your meat may dry out. 3. Never place food on the grill until the temperature
is correct. The fluctuation in temperatures will cause
your food to dry out or burn. If you are using a charcoal grill, make sure
that the coals are completely gray before putting the meat on the grill. This will allow the temperatures to level
out, and the majority of the lighter fluid to burn off. 4. While marinating before you cook will add
flavor, covering your meat in barbecue sauces before cooking will dry your meat out, and
may even cause it to burn. This happens because most barbecues sauces
contain high amounts of fat and sugar, which burn really easy. Alternatively, lightly seasoning your meat
will work well, and will not have any adverse effects. If you must use barbecue sauce, only add it
in the final minutes before taking your meat off the grill. Just remember that meat has a natural flavor
that is only brought out by barbecuing, so you do not want to ruin that. 5. Searing you meat will lock in the juices and
taste, but you do not want to cook your meat at that temperature for the whole amount of
time. Once you have seared both sides, reduce the
heat to medium. This will ensure that your meat is full of
flavor and tender. 6. Once meat is cooked, never put it back in
on the same plate you had it on when it was raw. This could cause the spread of many unwanted
illnesses. Do not handle cooked meat with the same utensils
that you used when it was raw. 7. Never poke you meat while it is cooking. Poking holes in meat will cause the juice
inside to leak out into the bottom of the grill. Not only will this make your food dry and
unappealing in the end, but it also could potentially ruin your barbecue grill. At the very least, it will cause a buildup
of unwanted grease and juices on your grill, which will make cleanup harder. This video has been made in the ever easy
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