What Makes for Good BBQ Grilling After the earliest humans discovered fire, their next most exhilarating realization must be that nothing beats food cooked directly over open fire. That was 300 million years ago, but even today grilled food never fails to excite the primal caveman in everyone.
While it’s hunting and gathering firewood that mostly preoccupied people in the ancient times, you as a modern homemaker have to deal with everything else related to grilling your food: the right BBQ grills and grilling accessories to use, unlimited BBQ recipes, and detailed grilling techniques.
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But be wary that heat delivery should be quantified based on BTU per inch (heat flux) because, more than the BTU, other factors such as distance of the food surface from the burners and the kind of BBQ grill you use (either convection or the more efficient infrared type) must also be considered.
Because of the wonders and intricacies of BBQ grilling, food experts agree that this cooking method is both an art and science. Appreciating the finer aspects of food and food preparation over an open flame comes only from experience.
Give yourself time and you will get to know how to manipulate heat. You will learn how to create a variety of flavors by concocting your own marinade recipes. You will be an expert on the kind and the right amount of herbs and spices to use.
There is more to BBQ grilling than just food preparation. It has practically evolved into a ritual – a social activity that gives you the opportunity to gather and entertain people who are dear to you. Outdoor cooking provides you the opportunity for conversation and closeness. Needless to say, preparing your specialties over BBQ grills is food for both body and soul.
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