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Scrub Those Dirts Away

Grilling needs special attention because it is an intricate way of cooking. A grilling station is part of an American house as well as having picnic at the backyard. This is usually considered by families as a family bonding activity to improve family relationship. So to all you grillers out there, we must love our griller and take good care of them by applying regular maintenance such as cleaning to prevent rust and disfunctionality.

Grilling Brush

One way of maintaining a rust-free griller is to brush it regularly. A grilling brush cleans away unnecessary dirts like rusts and coal residues. It will also help if your brush is durable enough to last for a long time because it is not easy to clean a griller. It takes patience to be able to make your griller look new again. Brushing will also shed those carcinogenic substances from grill residues that cause fatal cancer.

How to choose

Choose your grill brush wisely. Or, simply choose The Grill Wizard Grill Brush that has various features for your convenience. Who says you can’t combine convenience with functionality? This brush is especially designed for grills and it has a round scrub that allows it to clean intricately. You can also use it in hot or, if you want, cold cleaning. The Grill Wizard Grill Brush gives efficient scrubbing and its scrub is replaceable. Grilling is made happier with the right grill brush for you.

The Art Of Barbecue Painting

A good friend once told me that a barbecue is like a good painting. The colors or the paint must be spread to the vital sections of the image to make it a masterpiece. Likewise in barbecues or any grilled meat, the marinade must be applied evenly to the meat to make it look flavorful and savory. One must be armed with a good brush and should know the proper brushstrokes used in grilling. But how to choose the right brush can be a problem if you haven’t used any before.

Keeping The Bottle Brush Clean

The word brush refers to a wide collection of devices commonly with bristles, wire, and other filament of any possible material. A good barbecue brush should have bristles that are attached firmly to the ferrule. The Sauce Basting Brush by the Companion Group is a great accomplice if you want to produce tasty grilled cuts of meat. Simply put the marinade into the bottle, twist the lid of the brush, then paint your way to the tastiest barbecue that your family will love.

Where Is The Worcestershire

Guess this: It’s a thin, dark, and pleasantly pungent sauce that you commonly use to season soups, vegetable juices, and meats. It’s Worcestershire sauce, that’s right! The famous sauce also known as Worcester is actually a mixture of garlic, molasses, chili peppers, soy sauce, onions, tamarind, lime, vinegar, anchovies, and other spices. It is an indispensable ingredient in Ceasar salad and beef steaks. Some said it’s also used to make wines and brandy like Bloody Mary.

Saucy Worcester Story

It is my personal belief that the people who can make the perfect barbecue are the same people who do rigid researches about the perfect barbecue’s main ingredients. I’m not talking about the meat or ribs okay. I’m referring to the ingredients that compose the sauces or marinade. My sauces, I realized the other day, had ceased to become a food feature and were approaching the status of an actual poisonous liquid.

History Of A Famous Sauce

quick Internet search told me that the sauce was first bottled in England, particularly in Worcester. It is originally an Indian recipe brought back to England by the legendary Lord Marcus Sandys. There were rumors that the sauce was stored in a barrel for a long time because the makers didn’t like it’s taste at first. After a few months, they tasted the sauce again and what they tasted was a wonderful sauce. The makers, by the way, were Messrs Lea and Perrins.

Weber Chimney Starter

Summer is just around the corner. When it’s summer time, what better way than to get together with old friend and families than a barbecue cookout. So clean that grill, load it up with some coal, and let the barbecue party begin.
When you are starting your grill, do you sometimes find it hard to turn the coals flaming red? Yes, it takes time, but time is of the essence when you have hungry mouths to feed. You can either put a flammable alcohol over the coals, wait for hours, and you may notice your barbecue begins to smell like it. Or you can use a chimney starter, your wiser option, I must say.

Chimney starters may look like they are unwise investments, since you can just heat up the coal the old-fashion way. But come to think of it, it saves you a lot of time and it is more convenient and, not to mention, safer that way. I advise you to buy the one from Weber. The designs are great and the results are great as well. In a matter of just a few, short minutes, you have hot, red, burning charcoals ready for barbecue cooking. There would be definitely no more complains of being hungry or too much burnt meat from rush of cooking.

Say Goodbye to Rats on your Grills

You woke up one morning salivating over barbecue. You opened the fridge and found that there are marinated baby back ribs in the chiller, screaming at you to pick them up and fire them down on your barbecue grill. Two hours before lunch, you decided to clean up your Weber kettle grill, which has been lying around for months in your garage. As you get nearer that black saucer-like thing, and open the top, two large creepy rodents jumped out of your precious grill; the surprise of your life. Then suddenly you feel like throwing up, not because of the cat-size rats that you surprised frolicking in your grill, but because of the smell that the two rodents left behind. Maybe the ribs are much better baked.

I’ve been through this nightmare so many times. It’s nice that you have your own grill at home. Grills are precious investments but when it’s the same rat scenario over and over again, then maybe you need something to protect your grill from those nasty creatures. Enter the grill liners. These liners are usually made of heavy-duty aluminum, so you don’t have to worry if it can withstand the harshest conditions. It can even drive a mouse away, just kidding. The liners are placed on top of your grill, and you’re ready to cook. Now you’ll never have to worry about rat smell on your ribs and steaks.