How to Light Your Gas Grill With a Match VIDEO

So your grills igniter isn’t working and you need to light your gas grill with a match here is how to do it safely and properly. Believe it or not your gas grill has a tool on it for just such an emergency. That dangling chain thingy that every gas grill has on it or

How to Light a Charcoal Chimney on a Windy Day

It’s difficult to light a charcoal chimney on a windy day, the newspaper blows out or worse goes flying across your backyard.  Sometimes even a slight breeze will blow out the newspaper. So we have a few tricks to help you get that charcoal lit even on a windy day. The first thing you need

Should you oil grill grates

Should you oil grill grates before grilling is a controversial topic, even the celebrity chef’s disagree with each other on this. So should you or shouldn’t you oil those grates? Here we will take a look at what some of those chefs recommend and then add our 2 cents to the mix as well. What inspired

How Much Propane is Left in the Tank VIDEO

How much propane is left in the tank? If you grill with gas this a question you will have often. There is an easy way to measure how much gas is left in the tank. The most accurate way to gauge a 20lb propane tank is by weight so you will need a bathroom scale

Rotisserie Approximate Cooking Time Chart

If you’re new to rotisserie grilling and are wondering how long it will take to cook something, this page is our rotisserie approximate cooking time chart for grills. All rotisserie cooking requires Medium-Hot indirect heat, and a drip pan. A large enough pan will provide the indirect heat for you. Fill your drip pan ½

Basic Barbecue or Smoker Tips

I am going to keep these barbecue tips very basic, they are geared towards a beginner. Over the years I Have used a NBBD offset smoker, Char Griller Duo, Weber Bullet and currently a Masterbuilt Electric Smoker. I am still in the learning stages of barbecuing and it seems like a process that will never