As a barbecue enthusiast or caterer, you know how easy it is to burn your fingers when trying to move a hot pork butt or chicken or shred meat hot off the smoker. Bear Paws are the perfect solution for pulling pork and chicken and handling large pieces of meat such as a roast or whole turkey without bulky insulated gloves.
A tasty, well-balanced barbecue rub is essential when you’re smoking or grilling. Whether you are just getting started with outdoor cooking or have already figured out which flavors you like, Meat Church has a variety of interesting flavors that will bring new inspiration to your barbecue.
A deep fryer adds many possibilities for backyard entertaining and catering events. Fries and wings are popular as well as seafood, hushpuppies, and chicken tenders. You can also have a lot of fun with blooming onions, alligator fritters, and pig wings with a fryer like this. Read this blog post to learn what sets the Bayou Classic Fryer apart.
Do you cook on a Big Green Egg? The Kick Ash Basket makes separating the ashes from usable leftovers quick and easy and gives you better circulation for a hotter and more efficient fire in your Big Green Egg.
Would you pay money to eliminate meal-destroying flare-ups on your grill? Would you like to make annoying hot spots on your gas grill a thing of the past? Are you frustrated that you can’t sear steaks like a boss?
If so, you’ll LOVE reading these five ways GrillGrates will transform your grilling.
Direct heat grilling and low and slow barbecue are fine methods of cooking outdoors, but nothing can replace the magic of frying food in a pan or on a griddle. Watch the videos in this blog post to discover some of the fun ways to use a griddle on the grill.
There’s a lot of mystery around charcoal briquettes, and unfortunately, reading online comments about it can leave you more confused than before.
Do the leading manufacturers really add weird ingredients to our charcoal such as limestone and glue? Does not “burning off” the briquettes give our meat a chemical flavor?
Check out our tips for choosing charcoal briquettes that make smoking meat easier and more fun.
There are a lot of different ways to light charcoal, including lighter fluid and a match, a charcoal chimney with newspaper, blowers, and a propane torch. Some of these methods work better than others depending on the grill or smoker you’re using.
The BBQ Dragon is simply a cordless (battery powered) fan with a flexible neck and spring-loaded clamp for clipping it on onto a grill or table. It’s blows air onto your fire. Period.
It sounds like a gimmick, but today I’m going to cut through the fluff and explain exactly when and why you should consider using the BBQ Dragon.