Spring into grill Season with our tips!

Spring into grill Season with our tips!

SPRING INTO GRILL SEASON!

Spring is finally here and that means it’s time to prep the grill for the outdoor season!  Yup, the winter blahs are gone and it’s time to fire up the grill, BBQ, the Barbie, the Brac, or whatever suitable name you use to call your equipment on your specific continent.

No, there is no way around it!  First, comes the dreaded cleaning of your unit.  Whether it’s less than $30 or over $3,000, all equipment needs some cleaning attention once in a while.  What better time than Spring to roll up your sleeves and get everything ready.

Remember, a grill or smoker is an oven that has been seasoned over time with all that cooking so a little soap and water is generally all that is needed to do a nice cleanup.   You simply want to clean the unit of dirt and dust, so gently clean being careful not to rub out the “seasoning” of the unit!

Of course, there are those times when you failed to provide suitable attention to your equipment and a bunch of soot, grease, and all kinds of other nasty things developed on the equipment.  When you’re faced with that situation, then consideration has to be made to a good degreaser or oven cleaner! Once the unit has been put back into good clean order, get ready to season it again.  That’s right, all the harder cleaning agent to the seasoning right out of the unit.  Actually, this the perfect time to use all the leftover charcoal, wood chunks/chips from last year!  Start a fire and let burn/smoke in the unit to “season”.  You’re not cooking now so there is no need to worry about moisture levels, water pans, etc. – just generate the smoke and heat, and re-season your unit. Don’t forget to add a little oil (vegetable, coconut, whatever handles higher heat levels) to the grilling grates to get them all ready.

Own an LP/gas grill?   You can do the same process by taking a chunk and lighting it on the grill, or take a disposable foil pan or tin foil and put some wood chips in.  Then lite with a match or lighter (not with the unit’s burners), close the lid and capture the smoke/heat!

Now you’re ready for new SmokinLicious® culinary quality wood products and a great BBQ/warm weather season!

Bon-Bar-B-Q!

 

Dr. Smoke Spring into grill season with our helpful tips

Dr. Smoke Spring into grill season with our helpful tips

 

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