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When is the right time to replace patio furniture?

When is the right time to replace patio furniture?

There are a number of months that are prime time for buying patio furniture on super sales. August summer closeouts can be as enticing as can early spring sales. Even January may be a good time to pick a patio set post-Christmas. However, the truly right time to replace patio furniture is when you need it. Here are a few indicators that it is time. Unsteady: If things are beginning to wobble and shake, it may be time to look at a new patio set. Screws coming loose may need more than a tightening, and over time, the holes can...

Oct 13, 2019 0 comments

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The Slicing and Dicing of BBQ Meats

The Slicing and Dicing of BBQ Meats

Have you ever taken a bite of a piece of barbecued beef and wondered if it came from an old cow? You keep chewing and chewing, but it just doesn’t want to break down. The seasoning is on point, but your jaw is starting to ache. You have just been served a beautiful dish, but something isn’t right about its texture. All of this happened because the chef didn’t know how to cut meat. If you are going to master the grill, the slicing and dicing of BBQ meats is essential to your success. Against the grain In the previous...

Oct 05, 2019 0 comments

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How to “Wing It” with Barbecue Seasoning

How to “Wing It” with Barbecue Seasoning

When it comes to barbecuing a perfect chicken, beef, or pork meal, the best cook in the world cannot hide imperfect seasoning. But barbecue enthusiasts don’t work with measuring cups and recipes. Their pride is in their intuition, their guesstimation, and their formulation. Barbecue champs pride themselves in their secret recipes and ingredients, but it is their ability to “wing it” and try new things that makes their hobby a craft. How to “Wing It” with Barbecue Seasoning Salt If a perfect slab of meat is under-salted, it is just another piece of meat. Even the fattiest ribeye steak needs...

Sep 28, 2019 0 comments

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Maximize Grill Space to Feed Many

Maximize Grill Space to Feed Many

            When you’ve got a barbecue fit for your family, it can be difficult to make room for feeding guests. There is simply not enough grill space. Certainly, you can buy a bigger grill. But if you don’t entertain often, you’re just wasting heat. You don’t need a huge grill on the off chance that you might have company. Instead, use the following hacks to maximize your grill space to feed many. Stack Grates Some grills come with the option of a second tier grill to expand your cooking surface. There are also many after-market options. You can get one...

Sep 21, 2019 0 comments

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What You Need to Know When Purchasing a Barbecue Thermometer in 2019

What You Need to Know When Purchasing a Barbecue Thermometer in 2019

Using an old, metal meat thermometer when cooking on the barbecue is sacrilegious to the barbecue deities, and you don’t want to insult these mythical guardians of the grilling world. You’ve probably done it before…singed your knuckles while stabbing meat with an insufficient probe, then waiting for what seems like eternity for the needle to stop rising? There’s a better way, but if you are going to modernize, there are a few things you need to know when purchasing a barbecue thermometer in 2019. Speed of Recording: Even if you have a self-proclaimed “instant read” thermometer, it isn’t instant. Still,...

Sep 12, 2019 0 comments

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