FAQ, BBQ Questions

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    How To Smoke Meats for BBQ - The Process
    How To Smoke Meats for BBQ - The Process
      Meat smoking has been around for more than One Hundred years. In fact on my last journey to the mountains of Norway (2011) I saw many farmhouses with individual smokehouses on stilts just yards from their backdoor. Smoking not only adds flavor to meat but removing or drying out the...
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    How To Stop Grill Fire flare-ups while grilling
    How To Stop Grill Fire flare-ups while grilling
    Managing Flare Ups and Fires on The Grill Flare-ups occur when splattered grease or fat makes contact with the heat source and sparks into a flame. To prevent flare-ups, make sure your grill is clean before you start-even old grease splatters can cause flare-ups and charring. Make sure you perform...
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    How To Use Marinades
    How To Use Marinades
      Marinating meat can be one of the simplest and easiest ways of bringing flavor to foods. The only real limitation is "time". Planning ahead is crucial to determining the tenderness and importation of flavor that meats experience. In this article we discuss some suggestions...
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    How To Use Wood Smoke Guide for BBQ Grilling
    How To Use Wood Smoke Guide for BBQ Grilling
    We at Jake's Famous Foods have been making and managing Barbecues for the last 17 years and before that we were making barbecues when we were just knee high to a hound dog.....or at least that's how I've heard it said.  All total we've been making barbecues for some 40 plus...
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    Keep bbq sauce fresh for months
    Keep bbq sauce fresh for months
      How to Keep Barbecue Sauce Fresh Along with getting asked a number of questions about our sauces, many people ask about simple preservation methods. Meaning, how long can you actually keep a barbecue sauce in the refrigerator before it spoils? Jake's sauces are good for 18 months on the...
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    Managing Barbecue Food Safety
    Managing Barbecue Food Safety
      How can microbial risks be avoided? By Managing Barbecue Food Safety. Barbecue Cooking Food Safety Food Safety can be improved and Food borne infections avoided by complying with hygiene rules when handling foods: Raw foods of animal origin and other foods (e.g. salads or desserts) should be...
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    Marinade for Pork Ribs marinade pour cote de porc barbecue
    Marinade for Pork Ribs marinade pour cote de porc barbecue
      Marinade for Pork Ribs marinade pour cote de porc and Marinating in general is the process of placing meats and other items into a solution that allows it to be absorbed into the item. In our case acidic element like citrus juice or vinegar is added in combination with a series of sugars...
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    Our Guide to Rib Smoke Ribs Easy
    Our Guide to Rib Smoke Ribs Easy
      Is it easy to make smoky succulent, sweet and tasty ribs? The answer is YES! We show you our guide and several methods that will simplify the process of smoking ribs either on the barbecue, in your oven or in a standard smoker unit such as water smokers. A water smoker uses a water container...
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    Scoville Units and What they Mean
    Scoville Units and What they Mean
      Scoville Heat Units are used to specify of the hotness of food, specifically chili peppers. In 1912 Wilbur Scoville, devised a system to determine how hot foods are. He used a panel of tasters to provide heat scores for different peppers. Although we still use Wilbur's name for the...
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    The 3-2-1 Beef Rib Process Exposed And How To Use It
    The 3-2-1 Beef Rib Process Exposed And How To Use It
    The 3-2-1 Beef Rib process  *exposed* and How to use it so that you can make Professional Barbecue Beef Ribs with a "Twist" thrown in. Well just about everyone in the US has had their hands on a beef rib at one time or another with the exception of vegetarians. And at least 50%...
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    The Best Awesome Dry Rub For Poultry and Chicken
    The Best Awesome Dry Rub For 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 awesome flavor of the bbq chicken rub. BBQ Rubs...
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    The Best Way to make bbq grilled fish
    The Best Way to make bbq grilled fish
      These steps have always served me well when making our  BBQ grilled fish. Keep in mind some basics like the type of fish and the heat of your grill along with grill surface preparation and everything will work out well. Step 1. Wash fish fillets with cool water and pat dry with...
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