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Grill Brush Safety

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Don’t Let this Happen to You! A grill brush is a must have: a practical tool used to clean your barbecue before and after every use. A grill brush sees the most wear of any barbecue accessory due to the buildup of grease and grime on the grids, to the heat and the elements if […]

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How To Prevent Grease Fires

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A Must Read for Everyone When it comes to the grill, safety is No.1 and the most important thing to keep in mind. There has been much advancement over the decades to enhance the grilling experience; those that give you unparalleled performance, and those that keep you safe when using raw energy that comes from […]

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Cook Up Something Sweet With Grilled Fruit

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Fresh fruit is as quintessential to summer as grilling is. If you have never grilled fruit you’re missing out. As the natural sugars meet flame, the caramelization process heightens the taste while the warm fruit imparts a flavour experience that is pleasantly different from what you’re used to. Fruits That Grill Well The key to […]

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Add Flavor With Wood

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Add Flavor With Wood One of the best parts of summertime is enjoying the flavors of the grill – almost any of your favorite meats will develop a nice char, lines that mark the meat where it comes into contact with the cooking grids. This is where the flavor begins! Grilling enhances the flavor, but […]

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Grilled Stuffed Mediterranean Tomatoes

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What if I told you that you could make a beautiful, good-for-you side dish on your grill that would accent your entrée beautifully and no one would be the wiser to just how easy it was to put together? It’s true! One of the best things about summer – for me anyway – is the incredible bounty of […]

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How do I Care for the Cast Iron Cooking Grids?

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“How do I care for the cast iron cooking grids? That is quite the question. Many people are frightened by the thought of caring for anything cast iron. They have that frying pan that is tucked away and rusted because they don’t know how to care for it. But proper care and maintenance of your […]

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Foil roasted brisket

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I’ve mostly successfully done a smoked brisket and it was amazing. But I wanted to do a brisket that would make a Texan proud (or at least I hope they’d be proud). Ingredients 1 brisket, approximately 3 lbs. 3 tbsp. Cattle BoyZ BBQ Seasoning & Rub 3 tbsp. Cattle BoyZ Smokey Southwest Seasoning 1 tbsp. […]

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Lollipop lamb chops with rosemary sauce

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Why the term “lollipop”? Because petite lamb rib chops resemble a lollipop with a perfect nugget of meat on one end and a convenient bone “handle” on the other. Ask your butcher to french the lamb chops—that is, scrape the bone clean of fat and gristle. Or do it yourself. Ingredients 1/2 cup extra virgin […]

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Blueberry bread pudding

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The phrase “more than the sum of its parts” describes this satisfying pudding, which makes use of seasonal berries (frozen ones are okay, too) and day-old bread. Smoking-roasting on the Traeger adds incomparable flavor. But if you are in a hurry, simply bake the pudding at 350 degrees F. It will still be delicious. Ingredients […]

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Sherry-roasted root vegetables

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Root Vegetables have always been great off the grill, but they are even better off of a wood fired grill! Ingredients 2 cups peeled carrots, cut into 1-inch chunks (3 to 4 large carrots) 2 parsnips, peeled and cut into 1-inch chunks 1 bulb fennel, trimmed and sliced through the root end 1 to 2 […]

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