BBQ 101: When to Use High Heat on Your Barbecue

PhillyBite10Its a mystery how some people seem to have the knack for Barbecuing, how they always seem to get everything exactly spot on and not like the rest of us who end up burning the Sausages. Believe it or not, there is technique involved other than just using the force.

BBQ 101: Cleaning a Stainless Steel Grill

PhillyBite10How do I clean the stainless steel parts of my grill? According to the Specialty Steel Industry of North America, stainless steel needs to be cleaned for aesthetic considerations and to preserve corrosion resistance.

BBQ 101: Cleaning Your Grills Burners

PhillyBite10How do I clean the burner? You will from time to time have to clean the burner to keep the burner holes clean. The flame coming from the burner should be blue, if the flame is orange or red you may need to replace or clean the burner. At this time you should also check the gas supply (venturi) tubes to be sure that there are no obstructions. If you use your barbecue heavily you may want to spray a food safe organic cleaner or degreaser and let it sit for a while and hose the entire barbecue off. And for safety sake on your BBQ, you should only open the propane tank valve half a turn. It will work just as well and if there is ever an emergency, you can shut off the gas in an instant!

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BBQ 101: How Do I Clean The Grilling Grids

PhillyBite10As soon as the food is removed from the grill, brush the grills with a grill brush for about 10 seconds. If you have porcelain-coated grills make sure you only use a brass bristle brush, never scraping the grill with the scraper that is usually attached to most brushes.

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