BBQ Preparation for the Average Grillmaster

Let's face it ... BBQ-ing is an art.  Simple and tasty.  You can't BBQ just for 1.  You need to BBQ for a whole bunch of you!  It's food that needs to be shared.  Food that needs a little preparation.  Food that deserves thinking about the meal and the menu at least a couple of days in advance.  Why?  Here's why.

  1. Meats to marinate should be done at least 1 day in advance to get the best results when BBQ-ing.  If you are thinking of ribs, tri-tip, pulled pork, brisket and so on, you'll want to marinate your flavorings onto the meat.  As an FYI ... pork absorbs the best.  Here are some great tips of marinating from "Grillin' with Dad" on Instagram.
  2. Have decents BBQ tools.  That includes:
  • Cutting Board(s)
  • Knives (that's plural)
  • Tin pans
  • Water bottle spray (for apple juice)
  • Tin foil (lots of it)
  • Charcoal
  • Propane tanks (filled)
  • BBQ grill (working and clean)
  • Apron
  • BBQ sauce

Steelhouse BBQ

Find out some great tips and tricks from professional Grillmasters such as "Steelhouse BBQ" and "Saucy Beard".  Follow them on Instagram and watch a few of their videos to get ideas on what goes on behind the scene of BBQ-ing.  Amazing art I tell you!  

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