Master Your Grill

Barbecue Brush Bristles: Prevention & Alternatives

Bristle-less barbecue cleaning tools By now you've probably read articles in the news or watched exposes on TV about the big bad super scary grill brush bristles. While this is a legitimate concern, a few 'bad apples' are giving the whole orchard a bum rap. Read more

What Kind of Charcoal To Use

Our customers seem to be split on whether they prefer lump charcoal or charcoal briquettes.  While hardwood is considered more ‘pure’, the briquettes offer a more  predictable, consistent heat output. 

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Tipster | Get Handsy With Your Meat

Although grilling accessories can be amazing tools for barbecuing, don't be afraid to use your own two hands! Sometimes they are the best option for applying rubs, checking for fish bones or even testing the doneness of a steak.

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7 Tips For Grilling Fish

Salmon on a cedar plankGrilling fish doesn't need to be intimidating, and can actually be quite simple! With so many fish options out there, it's worth the time to get familiar with cooking it and maybe adding it to your weekly meal rotation. We've provided a few tips on how to master grilling fish. Read more

Do I Need A Rotisserie On My BBQ?

 Roast pork on a Broil King rotisserie spit

The rotisserie, once properly set up, is arguably the easiest way to cook on your barbecue.  And the results are predictably delicious.  As your food cooks, the juices in the food will try to escape.  Think of the juices that pile on top of your hamburgers and steaks as you’re cooking; that’s the tasty food-juice making a break for it.  However, if you are constantly turning your food, the juices cannot escape as easily and your food literally self-bastes.  That’s why rotisseried (is that a word?) food is juicier than most.

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Getting Your Barbecue Ready For Spring

Getting Your Barbecue Ready For Spring | Barbecues GaloreFollow our quick guide of safety checks and cleaning tips to get your barbecue in ship shape for the start of your barbecue season - ours is 365 days long. Read more