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BBQ Questions FAQs

 

This BBQ Questions and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section 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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Lid on or off during grilling

Lid on or off during grilling

  Always cover the grill while it preheats. For gas grills, it is essential to keep the lid on during cooking to maintain the level of heat needed to cook foods. For charcoal grills, follow the instructions for your particular recipe. The general standard is that indirect cooking on a charcoal...


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Managing Barbecue Food Safety

Managing Barbecue Food Safety

  How can microbial risks be avoided?   Barbecue 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 stored and prepared separately particularly...


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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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Order BBQ Sauce Online

Order BBQ Sauce Online

  At Jake’s Famous Foods we’ve been making bbq rubs and sauces for your order online for more than 15 years now. We started in central California just off a world tour to gather information from Chefs and BBQ experts across the globe. We toured Asia, Australia, Europe and a whole...


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Pork Rubs - Which Rub is Best For Your Pork

Pork Rubs - Which Rub is Best For Your Pork

  Pork Rubs have been around for years and years. The first initial rubs consisted of simple sea salt and black pepper. Then later combined with ground and powdered garlic to enhance the flavor of the meat as well as entice the taste buds. A pork rub may or may not be designed specifically for...


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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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Six - 6 most common BBQ mistakes

Six - 6 most common BBQ mistakes

  Find out the Six (6) most common mistakes people make when barbecuing and what you can do to avoid them?   According to exclusive consumer research some 73% of Americans own a grill. The outdoor barbecue market, is estimated at $4.93 billion, and can be segmented into charcoal, gas, and...


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Stop flare-ups while grilling

Stop flare-ups while grilling

  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 the regular maintenance check-ups...


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Temperature and Cooking Chart for BBQ

Temperature and Cooking Chart for BBQ

  Many of our customers often ask us for the best way to cook our meat and poultry. We always suggest you cook the way you are most comfortable with and enjoy. But for those who are a little unsure or are new to cooking we've provided all the information you need below to get started. In...


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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   The 3-2-1 Process *Exposed* and How You can make Professional Barbecue Beef Ribs with "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...


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To Grill or Not To Grill

To Grill or Not To Grill

  What is the difference between grilling and barbecue?     Barbecue in the United States has many regional styles, most notably, in the U.S. people generally consider barbecue to include only relatively indirect methods of cooking, with the more direct high-heat methods to be called...


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Tri-Tip Roast What is It

Tri-Tip Roast What is It

  The Tri-Tip is often labeled the "Santa Maria steak". Although especially popular in California - it is now becoming to be better known in other states as well, and is thus increasing its popularity. Tri-Tip is a lean, boneless, economical cut of meat from the round and...


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