Master Your Grill

Caring for Your Cast Iron Grills, Griddles & Pans

Cast iron can be a bit of a love-hate relationship. Just like any grillationship, a little love and attention can go a long way to ensuring the flames don't fizzle out.

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Will A New Barbecue Fit In My Car?

Getting a new barbecue is a time of great joy in a person’s life. These tips will ensure you get your BBQ home safe and fast. You'll be grilling in no time.

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Beer Can Chicken Cooking Method

This simple cooking method uses evaporation from a beverage can to provide the tastiest, juiciest chicken you’ve ever cooked on your barbecue. Seriously.

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It's Not Paint - It's Carbon!

Barbecue FAQs - Why is the paint flaking in my lid? | Barbecues Galore Every Spring we get a boatload of phone calls from people worried about the 'paint flaking off the inside of their barbecue lid'. It's not paint. It's a crusty build up of grease, smoke and soot that you can clean off using a grill cleaner, a scrubber and some good old fashioned elbow grease. Read more

Winter Grilling Tips

Broil King Regal S590 PRO in the winter as christmas present with bowDon't let the cold temperatures and heaps of snow stop you from being your best grilling self! With the right tools and techniques, you can be a grill master in any season. Read more

Kamado Style Barbecues - Not Just For Grilling!

Kamado Style Barbecues

‘Kamado’ is Japanese for ‘stove’ or ‘cooking range’, but it's become widely used as a term for this style of BBQ. It can be used to bake, smoke, roast or grill. Read more