August is the heart of grilling season, so I’m delighted to share 25+ Grilling Recipes to add to your repertoire.
From entrees to desserts, you won’t be disappointed with the terrific inspiration for your summer barbecue with all these BBQ Ideas.
August is the heart of grilling season, so I’m delighted to share Barbecue Recipes to add to your repertoire. From entrees to desserts, you won’t be disappointed with the terrific inspiration for your summer barbecue.
My hubby is one of those avid grillers who will brush the snow off our Big Green Egg in the middle of winter. I was told that once when I was out of town, he and our youngest hauled that behemoth into our great room since it was frozen shut. When it was defrosted, it was returned to our patio so they could make dinner. Now that’s a dedicated griller!
If you’re like us, you’ll be firing up the barbecue every weekend and looking for new dinner ideas.
From chicken to chops to burgers and even a dessert, my blogger friends and I have loads of tasty barbecue recipes to check out.
During the summer, we fire up our barbecue every Sunday night and I’m always looking for new dinner ideas. From chicken to chops to burgers along with a salad, cocktail, and even a dessert, I have a feeling you’ll see loads of tasty summer grilling ideas to try. Leave it to my blogger friends so share the best of the best!
What is the Difference Between Grilling, Barbecuing, and Smoking?
All 3 techniques can be accomplished on a gas grill, charcoal grill, or even a campfire. Grilling is cooking hot and fast over a fire. Barbecuing is cooking more slowly over a lower flame. Smoking is also done slowly over lower heat but with smoke incorporated into the process.
How Do You Know When Your Grilled Food is Done?
The most reliable way is by using a meat thermometer. Your recipe may give you some guidelines, but your meat may be cold out of the refrigerator or a different size or cut of meat from the recipe.
What Are the Recommended Temperatures for Different Meat?
The USDA recommends Beef, Lamb, and Veal are cooked to 145° to prevent foodborne illnesses, but 125°-135° would be for rare. Chicken should be cooked to 165°-175° to kill salmonella. Pork should be cooked to 145°-160° depending on preferred doneness and whether it is a large cut of pork or ground pork.
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25+ Summer Grilling Recipes
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