Frequently Asked Questions FAQs

This Frequent Questions (FAQs) page provides user friendly information on the basics of BBQ and barbecuing.  You need solutions now and we've got solutions available.  Barbecue information on subjects like, what are the best barbecues, Gas or Charcoal, starting barbecues, how to make ribs, the best meats, wood smoking and more. Use the search box, or step inside and explore. 

 

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10 Easy BBQ Tips That Work

10 Easy BBQ Tips That Work

10 Easy BBQ Tips That Work and are proven to improve the quality of your next barbecue meal.   1. Save money and time by selecting the best cut of meat you can afford.   Good quality meat relies on tenderness and flavor and is directly related to what part of the animal the meat comes from and also in a lesser way how you cook it. Your selection for beef will depend primarily on the...


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4 Key Ways to Determine Steak Doneness

4 Key Ways to Determine Steak Doneness

4 Ways to tell when your steak is done   There are a number of ways to tell when your steak is done either visual or by aroma or by touch. To simplify the process we've collected the four most widely recommended methods to tell when your steak is done.   The meat thermometer: Clearly the easiest and most exact. The only disadvantage is that you do pierce the meat, so there is some...


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7 Benefits to eating Chili Peppers

7 Benefits to eating Chili Peppers

Capsaicin: 7 Powerful Health Benefits (Including Killing Cancer Cells) of the Stuff that Makes Peppers HOT by http://www.sixwise.com/   Capsaicin, the active ingredient in chili peppers, is so hot that it can make your mouth feel like it's on fire.   This phytochemical exists in peppers, most likely, to deter animals from eating them, and is also the active component of pepper sprays...


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Barbecue Food Safety

Barbecue Food Safety

How can microbial risks be avoided?   Food borne infections can be avoided by complying with hygiene rules when handling foods:   Raw foods of animal origin and other foods (e.g. salads or desserts) should be stored and prepared separately particularly when the latter are not going to be reheated. Frozen meat should be removed from its packaging before thawing in the fridge. Packaging...


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BBQ Quiz

BBQ Quiz

This quiz is designed to sharpen your BBQ skills with some basic questions.   The questions are numbered here with the answers listed at the bottom. Do your best to think up your answer then check below to see how well you did. If you scored 10 out of 10 then you're ready to grill.   Questions: 1. How do you put out a BBQ grease fire? 2. How do you know when a BBQ grill reaches the...


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BBQ Rubs - Selecting Which is Best For Your Poultry and Chicken?

BBQ Rubs - Selecting Which is Best For Your Poultry and Chicken?

BBQ Rubs are somewhat new in terms of time. Most chicken over the years was either grilled or baked. BBQ rubs for poultry and chicken work just like marinades getting past the outer layer of skin then quickly get into the meat to deliver the flavor of the bbq chicken rub.   BBQ Poultry rubs have come in basic salt and pepper versions to more elaborate ones with rosemary, sage, onion powder,...


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