Grilling Outdoors: The Healthier Way to Cook

Grilling Outdoors: The Healthier Way to Cook

When the weather warms up, the first thing that many people want to do is fire up the grill and cook some delicious food outdoors. Grilling is a great way to cook food without adding unhealthy fats, and it's also a healthy way to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. This blog post will discuss some of the health benefits of grilling food and why it's a healthier way to cook. We'll also provide tips for making your outdoor grilling experience a healthy one!

January 25, 2022 — Jason Klein
Grilling 101: An Introductory Course on the Basics of Grilling

Grilling 101: An Introductory Course on the Basics of Grilling

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.

August 24, 2021 — Jason Klein
Grilling 101: How to Practice Grill Safety

Grilling 101: How to Practice Grill Safety

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.

July 26, 2021 — Jason Klein
7 Things You Need to Know Before Grilling - An Introduction to Grill Safety

7 Things You Need to Know Before Grilling - An Introduction to Grill Safety

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.