Once again we’re gearing up for Sumer, and that means it is Barbeque season. Basically barbeque is special technique that is used to add great taste to beef, pork, chicken, or even vegetables. Cooking barbeque style means cooking on low heat or using the smoke from chunks of wood that gives the food a great flavor. Barbeque cooking is not very hard to do, you just need to follow a couples instructions and tips for perfect Barbeque.
Some people have very particular methods or myths (See MythBusting Backyard Barbeque Myths for some of these ).
I’ve always been a great fan of Tri-Tip, here’s one of my favorite recipes: Barbeque: Santa Maria Smoked Tri-Tip
However, if you’re looking for some good tips to make your Barbeque experience fun, healthy and tasty, here’s a few things to remember this summer:
General tips regarding barbeque:
- Barbeque should be cooked on slow heat, this is what helps break down to collagen.
- Make sure that grill that you will use is clean.
- When using a coal barbeque, the coals are ready when surface of coals are grey and all the flames are gone.
- Keep a spray water bottle near you as you can use it in case of flare-ups.
- Plan your barbeque cooking, keep everything on hand for frequently uses.
- If you marinate, do so for 30 minutes right before you put it on the grill.
- A good basting brush makes for awesome barbeque cooking.
If you follow these tips, you will be a Barbeque god this Summer and enjoy the thrill of the grill.