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The Best Grilling Planks for Taste & Value!

Product Name & Award​Our ScorePriceMaterialItem WeightTop Pick: PRIMAL GRILLING PREMIUM CEDAR PLANKS83$Wood(Cedar)2 lbsRunner Up: GRILL GOURMET CEDAR GRILLING PLANKS - 12 PACK81$Wood(Cedar)3 lbsAlternative: WOOD

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The Secrets Of Low And Slow Cooking On Your Grill

Low and slow is the way to go when you have a larger cut of meat. I mean, who doesn’t love a tender pulled pork, a juicy brisket or tasty rack of ribs. A turkey for the holidays, slowly smoked, will

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How To Smoke Meat On Your Gas Or Charcoal Grill

When the weather is fine there’s no better way to spend the day than lighting the grill and enjoying some food outside.Many different foods can be cooked on an outdoor grill but there’s a lot more

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The Secrets To Combination Cooking On A Smoker

We all enjoy a fall-off-the-bone rib with a texture so smooth, it's like butter.The only way to achieve this kind of result is through the combination cooking method. And the good news it that you can

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How To Use The Heat Canyon Method On Your BBQ

When the sun comes out so do the BBQ grills.Many of us guys like nothing better than taking charge of the grill, prodding and poking pieces of meat as we BBQ.If it wasn’t for the cool beer in our hands,

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Reverse Searing – The Secret to An Amazing Steak

This post was last updated on April 15th, 2019 at 07:56 pmWhen I’m invited to barbecue for beer and steak I always get a little uneasy. Most of the time, it’s a well-meaning friend who

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3-2-1 Method Of Cooking Ribs

This post was last updated on April 15th, 2019 at 07:56 pmIf you’re entertaining guests and you want predictably good ribs that will pass off as some of the best they’ve tasted then give the

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How To Smoke Low And Slow Using The Minion Method

If you own a Weber Smokey Mountain then you will want to know about the Minion Method. This method enables you to maintain a steady temperature of 225 – 250 degrees over a long period of time. This

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