The weather is warming up, and that means one thing: grilling season is almost here! Like most people, you probably start to get the itch to grill out when temperatures rise. But before you can fire up the grill, there are a few things you need to do to prepare it for summer. This blog post will discuss how to get your grill ready for summer and some tips for grilling success!
Outdoor grilling is a wonderful pastime, but your grill will become very undesirable if not routinely cleaned. While the importance of keeping the outside of a gas grill clean should be obvious, it is often neglected. The longer your stainless steel grill stays dirty, the harder it will be to restore its original luster and beauty. This week's post will look at how to clean the exterior of a grill, providing step-by-step instructions.
To keep your grill working at peak efficiency, you must clean the interior, so food residue doesn't coat the inside. Cleaning your grill ensures that it won't become clogged with food debris and generally will last longer. There are many different methods of cleaning a grill - this article will discuss how to clean the interior of your gas grill, which you should do regularly for best performance!
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!
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.
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.