Whether you're looking for a new grill because you just moved or need a replacement, the hardware store special may look tempting. There are many problems with cheaper grills which leads to frustration and a poor grilling experience. This article gives out some quick and easy solutions to these problems that will make your life easier.
What is a barrier, and what is it for? You have seen grills with lava rock, briquette systems, and metal shields, but what do they do? We will explain everything you need to know about barriers, including why you need them in your gas grill, how they work, where they should be placed inside your grill, and what type will give you the best cooking experience for your particular needs.
Life is too short to spend indoors. From American Made Grills, you can experience the best grilling experience money can buy. Bring unmatched versatility, craftsmanship, and value to your cooking with meaningful encounters with the superior grilling experience. Read on for 6 reasons to buy your grill from American Made Grills.
Wagyu and Kobe beef are two world-renowned types of beef that come from different parts of the world and have varying tastes. Wagyu is more common, while Kobe beef is considered rarer. In this blog, we will go over the differences between Wagyu and Kobe, their origins, main characteristics, what you should be looking for when purchasing these cuts of meat.
Grilling is one of America's most popular cooking methods and a favorite pastime of men and women alike. But getting started can be a bit intimidating - How do I start it? What temperature should I use for cooking a burger? How do I clean it? Is it safe? The ten-part Grilling 101 Series from American Made Grills answers these questions, and more so you can begin experimenting and safely enjoying your new grill.
The Grilling 101 Series is winding down, and we are bringing you the Basics of Keeping Your Grill Clean. By keeping your grill clean, you won't expose your family to the dangers of bacteria and grease buildup. Following these easy guidelines and steps will keep your grill functioning and looking terrific and yield better-tasting food every time!
Offering great taste, texture, robust season flavors, and rewarding experiences, outdoor grilling is the best way to enjoy open-air dining while eating healthier. The Grilling 101 series continues with Grilling 101: The Basics of Using Your Grill, helping you get started with tips and guidelines you can put into practice immediately. With some practice, you’ll be dishing out terrific grilled recipes throughout the year!
Cooking food outdoors can be a great way to spend time with family and friends, but it is essential to keep safety in mind. This article discusses how grilling food outside can be dangerous because people don't realize the food safety hazards. With these tips and guidelines, you can ensure a wonderful outdoor grilling experience for your family and guests.
Grilling is a great way to enjoy the summer, and these easy-to-follow tips will help you and your family experience a safe barbecuing season. The Grilling 101 Series continues with "Grilling 101: How to Practice Grill Safety." While none of these tips are complex, a little prudence and standard methodology using these steps will keep your home from turning into a causality due to unsafe conditions.
Grilling fruit and veggies is an easy and flavorful way to spice up any barbeque meal. The rich flavors of grilling fruit can often outshine the centerpiece proteins, while the subtle charring and touch of smoke bring out the best characteristic in vegetables. Understanding that different ingredients will result in different cooking times, textures, and flavors making it a whole new experience!
Grilling seafood can be a little intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. Fish and seafood are delicious and healthy, so don't shy away from grilling this summer because you're worried about the taste or how to cook it. Grilling 101: The Basic of Grilling Fish is here to show you how easy and affordable it is to grill these beauties at home.
Grilling is a great skill to master when you’re looking for an easy way to feed your family and friends in the great outdoors. Intimidating if you don't know what you're doing, we are continuing the Grilling 101 Series with “Grilling 101: The Basics Of Grilling Pork and Lamb." Understanding these tips and nuances of these different meats will make your next barbecue a success!
There's nothing like that bite of crunchy and tender carne asada or the salty crusty taste of a ribeye steak. To help your weekend be a fiery success, we are continuing our Grilling 101 Series with "The Basics of Grilling Beef." Whatever your beefy fancy, these basic tips and techniques will get you closer to showing off your grilling skills instead of just guessing your way through.
We all know that grilling is one of the best ways to prepare food while getting outside of the house. Our Grilling 101 series continues with The Basics of Grilling Chicken to help you master the basics of grilling chicken. Using these tips and techniques, find great success thrilling your family and guests with tasty grilled chicken, experimenting with different recipes, dry rubs, and marinades!
Ever wonder about the difference between direct and indirect heat? Or how to use them when grilling? You're not alone! If you're planning on grilling anything more advanced than basic burgers and dogs, you need to understand direct and indirect heat - what they are, why they differ, and how they are used. We explore these fundamentals of grilling and other tips in "Grilling 101: What is Direct and Indirect Heat?"
If the grill you have now is not doing the job, how do you know if it just needs some elbow grease or it’s time to replace it? Here are 5 Reasons to Replace Your Grill to help you evaluate the state of your current grill. When playing with fire, safety is paramount to keep from endangering yourself, your loved ones, or your home.
We are breaking down what makes wet-aged and dry-aged beef different and how it works. Read on so the next time you purchase a pricey cut of meat from your favorite butcher or specialty food market, you’ll have all the information necessary to make an informed decision about which product is best for your needs.
Tender, juicy, and flavorful grilled chicken thighs are perfect for small dinners, events, or celebrations. American Made Grilling Tips continue with How to Grill Chicken Thighs. Easy and versatile, these tips will make your family and friends want perfectly grilled chicken thighs to be a regular part of weeknight menu plans.
The greatest danger to the lifespan of your grill is a lack of common maintenance. Implementing some simple routine care will go a long way in protecting your investment and enjoying your grill for years to come. We have created this easy-care guide on How to Maintain Your Gas Grill to cover simple tips you can use through the grilling season until winterizing and storing for the following season.
Grilling is a tradition that unifies families, friends, and communities around great food and good company. Yet, barbecue safety is crucial and should not be overlooked. With these seven grilling safety tips, you should prevent accidents and stay safe while enjoying your next cookout.
Everyone wants to grill the flawless steak, but it seems somewhat elusive sometimes. With these techniques for grilling the perfect steak, you can prepare steakhouse-quality meals at home whenever you want. The beauty is in simplicity, and by applying some patience and care, we can leave those past miscues behind.