5 Different Types of Ribs: Something Besides Babyback!

For us foodies and meat-eaters, ribs can be both a hearty meal as well as a delicacy. The preparations of different types of ribs vary, making for some very unique finger-licking flavors. From barbecue to oven baked, fried or smoked, you can not go wrong with ribs.... read more

4 Types of BBQ Grill: Which is Best for You?

Over the years different types of grills have flooded the market to cover almost every possible use. There are the traditional small camping grills, old-school pit barrel, even modern smoker/grill combo units. They also can vary based on fuel sources such as gas,... read more

How to Store Celery in the Fridge: Fresh, Crisp, and Easy!

When we buy celery from the grocery store, we hardly use all of them at once. Most of the recipes only require one or more ribs, and by the time we get to the rest of them, they get damaged beyond use. You know how it feels when you have to dump them unused. It’s not... read more

Mesquite and Hickory: When to Use Them!

Grilling with wood gives you a unique opportunity to give your food a flavor that just can’t be achieved with any other type of heat source. The level of smokiness and the flavor of your meat will depend on the type of wood you choose, so this is obviously a very... read more

Tri-Tip and Brisket: What’s the Difference Between the Cuts?

If you live in the US, it’s probably hard to imagine a good barbecue or cook-out without a nice cut of beef. Brisket is the traditional favorite, but tri-tip has been gaining in popularity, and for good reason. These two cuts come from the opposite side of the animal,... read more

Which is Best for BBQ? A Grill or a Griddle?

When talking about outdoor cooking, grills and griddles are usually used interchangeably. Both are great cooking surfaces used for BBQ. With that said, there are notable differences between grills and griddles and not all the foods you can cook on them are... read more

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