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Different Types of Barbecue Grills

Different Types of Barbecue Grills


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Summer is here and the steaks are ready to grill, the only problem is that you don't know exactly what type of barbeque grill to buy. There are many questions that need to be asked when buying a grill. Things such as cost, ease of use, other uses besides grilling, flavor and portability should be considered. The most important item in this list depends on what you want. This article looks in detail at the different categories and makes a judgment on which grills would be best in that category, charcoal, propane, natural gas or smokers.

Different Types of Barbecue Grills

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Smoke Crispy Fried Chicken Wings by the BBQ Pit Boys



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Smoke Crispy Fried Chicken Wings by the BBQ Pit Boys



Hungry for Crispy Fried Chicken Barbecue style? Then sear, smoke and fry those Chicken Wings for some real good eatin' at the Pit. And it's real easy to do, as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys. The recipe you are about to see is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent.

Smoke Crispy Fried Chicken Wings by the BBQ Pit Boys

Smoke Crispy Fried Chicken Wings by the BBQ Pit Boys


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The Weber Ranch Kettle Grill - Get The Ultimate BBQ Grill On Sale For Entertaining Big Crowds


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The Weber Ranch Kettle Grill is the ultimate "you-da-man" grill! If you need to grill and barbeque for large crowds, or you just want the "best and biggest" grill out there, then this is the grill of your dreams. Learn more about this large impressive grill and where to find one at a great price.

The Weber Ranch Kettle Grill - Get The Ultimate BBQ Grill On Sale For Entertaining Big Crowds

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Antwuan Does: BBQ



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Antwuan Does: BBQ



Antwuan Dixon brings you his first episode of Antwuan Does. Directed/Produced by Zack Warren Filmed/Edited by Chito Tafy Soundtrack by Aaron Balver

Antwuan Does: BBQ

Antwuan Does: BBQ


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All About Infrared Gas BBQ Grill Technology - Grilling and Maintenance


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The infrared grill was discovered due to the brilliance of the technology that was applied to infrared gas burners to dry paint. The genius behind this discovery was Bill Best - founder of TEC gas grills and the one responsible for the patent that was placed on the first infrared gas burner in 1961. This was a ground breaking discovery that resulted in lots of energy being saved in the world of industrial heaters. Once the technology was applied to the Tec Air Radiant Oven, Radiant Wall oven and Turbulator Oven thousands of people began to see just how effective infrared heat was in drying paint and it was applied to cars and a whole list of other things needing intense, instant heat..

All About Infrared Gas BBQ Grill Technology - Grilling and Maintenance

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How to Grill Steaks



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How to Grill Steaks



Learn the simple trick to grilling tender, juicy steaks every time. Nothing's more simple than cooking a steak on the grill, right? True enough. But there are a few tricks that will give you a perfect, juicy steak with a flavorful crust every time. In this video you'll learn what to look for when choosing steaks, discover the differences between cuts of steaks - and get the best techniques for grilling different cuts of steak. You'll also learn how best to prepare your steaks for the barbeque and how to prep a charcoal grill correctly and prevent flare-ups and sticking. These are all the secrets of the grill in three easy steps. Find the best steak recipes @ allrecipes.com Facebook www.facebook.com Twitter @Allrecipesvideo Pinterest pinterest.com

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Different Types of Barbecue Grills


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Summer is here and the steaks are ready to grill, the only problem is that you don't know exactly what type of barbeque grill to buy. There are many questions that need to be asked when buying a grill. Things such as cost, ease of use, other uses besides grilling, flavor and portability should be considered. The most important item in this list depends on what you want. This article looks in detail at the different categories and makes a judgment on which grills would be best in that category, charcoal, propane, natural gas or smokers.

Different Types of Barbecue Grills

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CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE - HOW TO MAKE THE BEST MUD CAKE



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CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE - HOW TO MAKE THE BEST MUD CAKE



How to make a moist, sweet, chocolately mud cake. This is the best mud cake I've ever tasted, so give it a go! Please comment and rate my video :) Visit My Channel - www.youtube.com Share With Friends - www.youtube.com Subscribe - www.youtube.com Facebook for extra hints and tips- www.facebook.com Tweets - twitter.com I hope you enjoy :) How To Make Best Chocolate Mud Cake icing cake mud choc dessert desert chocolate baking ganache aussiegriller aussie griller BBQ bbq kettle gas charcoal barbeque barbecue cooking cook video recipe meal grilling grill grills grilled barbequed barbecued making make food home made homemade simple easy recipes channel channels show cooking cuisine kitchen

CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE - HOW TO MAKE THE BEST MUD CAKE

CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE - HOW TO MAKE THE BEST MUD CAKE


CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE - HOW TO MAKE THE BEST MUD CAKE

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Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs


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I get to see thousands of barbeque grills at their worst. People call me when the grill will not heat properly, can't ignite or begins to fall apart with rust and corrosion. I repair gas barbeque grills and I get to see how you treat your BBQ. The most common misconception I deal with is a belief grill ignitors do not last. Many customers will tell me their barbeque grill has served them for over ten years but the ignitor stopped working within six months. More often than not, when I test the ignition it works just fine aside from being ignored for the past nine and a half years. Inject a little education and most clients are able to use the barbeque grill ignition for many years before needing a replacement part.

Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs

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RaichlenLobster.m4v



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Steven Raichlen demonstrates grilling moist lobster on a wood fired grill as he does it on Martha's Vineyard. Steven is using the Grillworks wood burning grill for this recipe. Thanks to Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen and Maryland Public Television. For information on the grill go to www.grillery.com or call (202) 758-7425

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All About Infrared Gas BBQ Grill Technology - Grilling and Maintenance


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The infrared grill was discovered due to the brilliance of the technology that was applied to infrared gas burners to dry paint. The genius behind this discovery was Bill Best - founder of TEC gas grills and the one responsible for the patent that was placed on the first infrared gas burner in 1961. This was a ground breaking discovery that resulted in lots of energy being saved in the world of industrial heaters. Once the technology was applied to the Tec Air Radiant Oven, Radiant Wall oven and Turbulator Oven thousands of people began to see just how effective infrared heat was in drying paint and it was applied to cars and a whole list of other things needing intense, instant heat..

All About Infrared Gas BBQ Grill Technology - Grilling and Maintenance

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Onion Chili Sausage Sauce



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Onion Chili Sausage Sauce



Sweet and tangy and loaded up with smoked sausage, this Pit Boys barbecue sauce is the perfect condiment for any type of meat sandwich, hot or cold. Be sure to bottle up some extra, too. And this recipe is real easy to do, as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys. You can print out this recipe and 100's more here www.bbqpitboys.com

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How To Cook BBQ Ribs On Your Outdoor Grill


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Barbeque ribs are a summertime favorite. With just the right amount of seasoning, grilling, and sauce, you will have a family hit. There are different options for grilling. The two most common are beef and pork ribs. These are varieties of rib that you will find in your local grocery store.

How To Cook BBQ Ribs On Your Outdoor Grill

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Pizza Double Meat, Double Crust Style by the BBQ Pit Boys



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Pizza Double Meat, Double Crust Style by the BBQ Pit Boys



The BBQ Pit Boys show you how easy it is to grill up a Double Meat, Double Crust Pizza with all the toppings. Load it up with beef chuck burgers, pork sausage, bacon, pepperoni, mushrooms, peppers, garlic, onions, and fresh mozzarella cheese. Delivery pizza don't get any better than this. Be sure to tip the pizza delivery guy, real guuuud..! To print out this recipe, and 100's more, visit our Website www.bbqpitboys.com

Pizza Double Meat, Double Crust Style by the BBQ Pit Boys

Pizza Double Meat, Double Crust Style by the BBQ Pit Boys


Pizza Double Meat, Double Crust Style by the BBQ Pit Boys

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Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs


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I get to see thousands of barbeque grills at their worst. People call me when the grill will not heat properly, can't ignite or begins to fall apart with rust and corrosion. I repair gas barbeque grills and I get to see how you treat your BBQ. The most common misconception I deal with is a belief grill ignitors do not last. Many customers will tell me their barbeque grill has served them for over ten years but the ignitor stopped working within six months. More often than not, when I test the ignition it works just fine aside from being ignored for the past nine and a half years. Inject a little education and most clients are able to use the barbeque grill ignition for many years before needing a replacement part.

Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs

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Baby Back Ribs Barbecue by the BBQ Pit Boys



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Baby Back Ribs Barbecue by the BBQ Pit Boys



Hungry for some Ribs? Then Barbecue competition style loin back Pork Ribs "low and slow" on a simple backyard smoker. It's real easy to do as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys. Add your favorite dry rub and barbecue sauce and you'll be contending for the "Best Ribs" trophy at your next BBQ! You can print out this BBQ Pit Boys recipe at www.BBQPitBoys.com ---

Baby Back Ribs Barbecue by the BBQ Pit Boys

Baby Back Ribs Barbecue by the BBQ Pit Boys


Baby Back Ribs Barbecue by the BBQ Pit Boys

Baby Back Ribs Barbecue by the BBQ Pit Boys

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Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs


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I get to see thousands of barbeque grills at their worst. People call me when the grill will not heat properly, can't ignite or begins to fall apart with rust and corrosion. I repair gas barbeque grills and I get to see how you treat your BBQ. The most common misconception I deal with is a belief grill ignitors do not last. Many customers will tell me their barbeque grill has served them for over ten years but the ignitor stopped working within six months. More often than not, when I test the ignition it works just fine aside from being ignored for the past nine and a half years. Inject a little education and most clients are able to use the barbeque grill ignition for many years before needing a replacement part.

Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs

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BARBEQUE WITH PLANK



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BARBEQUE WITH PLANK



Jack Scalfani shows you how to BBQ with cedar plank. Be sure to see his sauces at: TheBestSauces.com

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The Best Tri Tip Barbeque Recipe - Grill it Right!


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Grilling with friends and family can be so much fun, and the tri-tip is a fantastic cut of meat to serve a large group of people. Grilling a tri-tip is cheaper than grilling individual steaks. A good-sized tri-tip can serve between five and six people.

The Best Tri Tip Barbeque Recipe - Grill it Right!

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Calabrian Grilled Chicken Recipe - Grilled Chicken with Calabrian Pepper Marinade



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Calabrian Grilled Chicken Recipe - Grilled Chicken with Calabrian Pepper Marinade



Learn how to make a Calabrian Grilled Chicken Recipe! - Visit foodwishes.blogspot.com for the ingredients, more recipe information, and over 600 additional original video recipes! I hope you enjoy this Grilled Chicken with Calabrian Pepper Marinade!

Calabrian Grilled Chicken Recipe - Grilled Chicken with Calabrian Pepper Marinade

Calabrian Grilled Chicken Recipe - Grilled Chicken with Calabrian Pepper Marinade


Calabrian Grilled Chicken Recipe - Grilled Chicken with Calabrian Pepper Marinade

Calabrian Grilled Chicken Recipe - Grilled Chicken with Calabrian Pepper Marinade

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Learn how to make a Calabrian Grilled Chicken Recipe! - Visit foodwishes.blogspot.com for the ingredients, more recipe information, and over 600 additional original video recipes! I hope you enjoy this Grilled Chicken with Calabrian Pepper Marinade!




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If you live on the East Coast you may not be familiar with tri-tip. The tri-tip is a cut of meat from the bottom sirloin. Many times it is considered a roast, but it's real texture when grilled is much more like steak. And that is why on the West Coast you'll find it being served at many a BBQ.


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The Best Tri Tip Barbeque Recipe - Grill it Right!



There are many different ways to prepare a tri-tip for grilling. Consider marinating your tri-tip overnight to seal in its delicious flavor. You might also want to consider using a dry rub on your tri-tip just before you put it on the grill. One of the things I like to do when I BBQ a tri-tip is to start with a dry rub, and baste it with a delicious BBQ sauce about 10 minutes before pulling it off the grill. Grilling it like this will give the roast a nice crust while still maintaining that fantastic center flavor.



The Best Tri Tip Barbeque Recipe - Grill it Right!

The best way to cook the tri-tip is to grill it over indirect heat at 325°. This style of cooking is called slow cooking. The time to cook it can vary from 60 to 90 minutes depending on the size of the tip. A good rule of thumb is to grill the tri-tip around 30 minutes for every pound.

The right way a tri-tip should be cooked is medium rare to medium. Pull the tri-tip off the grill when the center of it reaches 140°. Do not cover the tri-tip with aluminum foil as this'll turn the tri-tip gray, and you won't get that nice seared crust that a tri-tip should have.


The Best Tri Tip Barbeque Recipe - Grill it Right!









Jack Scalfani shows you how to BBQ with cedar plank. Be sure to see his sauces at: TheBestSauces.com




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A gas grill ignitor is made up of several different parts although most backyard chefs envision it as a single fragile item. The module is often referred to as a spark generator and generate sparks is what it does. A module can contain a button to act as the electronic switch, spark generator and battery pack. These items can also be installed separately depending on the barbecue grill design. The switch is usually accessible but the ignition module is mounted behind the control panel. Placement behind the control panel keeps you from breaking it and keeps the weather from directly affecting its performance.


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Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs



The electrode is attached to the module by an electrode wire that runs into the firebox of the gas BBQ grill. The electrode acts just like a spark plug in your car. The charge from the battery is activated when the button is pressed, rotary is turned, control knob recessed, etc. The battery charge is converted within the module and sent to the electrode. The electrode sparks and gas ignites. It is really that simple and the simpler the tool, the more difficult to damage.



Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs

A barbeque grill ignition electrode should be easy to locate in the firebox of your gas grill once the cooking grates, briquette tray or heat shields have been removed. It will even look like a small spark plug with a porcelain housing and a steel rod coming through it. Often there will be a second steel rod mounted alongside the rod coming through the porcelain. Many barbeque manufacturers will place a stainless steel collector box over the electrode to protect it. Whether your gas grill electrode is a single steel rod in a porcelain sleeve, two steel rods or is contained in a stainless collection box, this is where the electric charge arcs to ignite your gas grill.

One reason a barbeque grill ignitor will seem to function poorly is the same reason the spark plug in your car must have its gap adjusted when it is installed. Whether the electrode is grounding against the gas grill burner, the collector box or secondary steel rod, the distance has to be close enough to make a strong connection but far enough apart to maximize the exposure to gas flowing from the burner. Check the gas grill manual and properly gap the distance to achieve the best spark from your ignitor.

If you purchased your gas barbecue grill from a grill store as opposed to a giant retailer selling everything but properly educated in nothing or buying it online and assembling it yourself the specialty grill store will have completed this for you as part of the assembly of the grill.

The primary reason most people believe their gas BBQ grill ignitor is broken is grease. The electrode must mount inside the grill near the gas burner in order to access the gas as it leaves the burner. The proximity to the gas it ignites also places the electrode in the path of falling grease. Grease, dirt, rain, water and pieces of food all combine to hinder the effectiveness of your gas grill ignition. When the button is pushed, clicked or turned and the gas does not ignite most backyard grillers will assume the ignitor is broken. Often it can be a single drop of grease that is stopping the arc from connecting to the ground.

Even the rare client who truly does clean their gas barbeque regularly will focus on the grill parts they can see or the BBQ parts that touch their food. The more devoted cook may remove the cooking grates to clean the rock tray, heat shields and sometimes poke put the gas ports on the gas burner. All this is great but an extra thirty seconds to lightly brush the collector box or the exposed electrode will keep the ignition function safely through many years of use. When you clean the electrode, rely on your de-greasing spray. If too much pressure is applied and the porcelain sleeve gets cracked, the electrode will have to be replaced. Spray the de-greaser, lightly brush the steel rods then replace the battery and activate the switch. Most ignitors today use a battery operated button but many grills still use rotary knobs or piezo clicking buttons. Check the arc to make sure the spark is a solid blue and adjust the gap if necessary.

I have assisted thousands of backyard chefs over the past several years and a vast majority of them have believed a faulty ignitor was standard practice on a gas grill. It is not. A little education and a little maintenance and your ignitor will exceed your expectations and safely ignite your barbeque grill every time.


Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs









Hungry for some Ribs? Then Barbecue competition style loin back Pork Ribs "low and slow" on a simple backyard smoker. It's real easy to do as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys. Add your favorite dry rub and barbecue sauce and you'll be contending for the "Best Ribs" trophy at your next BBQ! You can print out this BBQ Pit Boys recipe at www.BBQPitBoys.com ---




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A gas grill ignitor is made up of several different parts although most backyard chefs envision it as a single fragile item. The module is often referred to as a spark generator and generate sparks is what it does. A module can contain a button to act as the electronic switch, spark generator and battery pack. These items can also be installed separately depending on the barbecue grill design. The switch is usually accessible but the ignition module is mounted behind the control panel. Placement behind the control panel keeps you from breaking it and keeps the weather from directly affecting its performance.


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Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs



The electrode is attached to the module by an electrode wire that runs into the firebox of the gas BBQ grill. The electrode acts just like a spark plug in your car. The charge from the battery is activated when the button is pressed, rotary is turned, control knob recessed, etc. The battery charge is converted within the module and sent to the electrode. The electrode sparks and gas ignites. It is really that simple and the simpler the tool, the more difficult to damage.



Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs

A barbeque grill ignition electrode should be easy to locate in the firebox of your gas grill once the cooking grates, briquette tray or heat shields have been removed. It will even look like a small spark plug with a porcelain housing and a steel rod coming through it. Often there will be a second steel rod mounted alongside the rod coming through the porcelain. Many barbeque manufacturers will place a stainless steel collector box over the electrode to protect it. Whether your gas grill electrode is a single steel rod in a porcelain sleeve, two steel rods or is contained in a stainless collection box, this is where the electric charge arcs to ignite your gas grill.

One reason a barbeque grill ignitor will seem to function poorly is the same reason the spark plug in your car must have its gap adjusted when it is installed. Whether the electrode is grounding against the gas grill burner, the collector box or secondary steel rod, the distance has to be close enough to make a strong connection but far enough apart to maximize the exposure to gas flowing from the burner. Check the gas grill manual and properly gap the distance to achieve the best spark from your ignitor.

If you purchased your gas barbecue grill from a grill store as opposed to a giant retailer selling everything but properly educated in nothing or buying it online and assembling it yourself the specialty grill store will have completed this for you as part of the assembly of the grill.

The primary reason most people believe their gas BBQ grill ignitor is broken is grease. The electrode must mount inside the grill near the gas burner in order to access the gas as it leaves the burner. The proximity to the gas it ignites also places the electrode in the path of falling grease. Grease, dirt, rain, water and pieces of food all combine to hinder the effectiveness of your gas grill ignition. When the button is pushed, clicked or turned and the gas does not ignite most backyard grillers will assume the ignitor is broken. Often it can be a single drop of grease that is stopping the arc from connecting to the ground.

Even the rare client who truly does clean their gas barbeque regularly will focus on the grill parts they can see or the BBQ parts that touch their food. The more devoted cook may remove the cooking grates to clean the rock tray, heat shields and sometimes poke put the gas ports on the gas burner. All this is great but an extra thirty seconds to lightly brush the collector box or the exposed electrode will keep the ignition function safely through many years of use. When you clean the electrode, rely on your de-greasing spray. If too much pressure is applied and the porcelain sleeve gets cracked, the electrode will have to be replaced. Spray the de-greaser, lightly brush the steel rods then replace the battery and activate the switch. Most ignitors today use a battery operated button but many grills still use rotary knobs or piezo clicking buttons. Check the arc to make sure the spark is a solid blue and adjust the gap if necessary.

I have assisted thousands of backyard chefs over the past several years and a vast majority of them have believed a faulty ignitor was standard practice on a gas grill. It is not. A little education and a little maintenance and your ignitor will exceed your expectations and safely ignite your barbeque grill every time.


Make You Gas Barbeque Grill Ignitor the Most Reliable Part of Your BBQ Instead of Buying Repairs









The BBQ Pit Boys show you how easy it is to grill up a Double Meat, Double Crust Pizza with all the toppings. Load it up with beef chuck burgers, pork sausage, bacon, pepperoni, mushrooms, peppers, garlic, onions, and fresh mozzarella cheese. Delivery pizza don't get any better than this. Be sure to tip the pizza delivery guy, real guuuud..! To print out this recipe, and 100's more, visit our Website www.bbqpitboys.com




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In addition to the meat, you will need the following:


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How To Cook BBQ Ribs On Your Outdoor Grill



Store bought or homemade dry rub Barbeque sauce Basting brush Tongs to turn meat



How To Cook BBQ Ribs On Your Outdoor Grill

To parboil or not to parboil

Parboiling, or leaching as it is also called is when you partially cook a food, either by baking it in the oven or boiling it in water to help speed the cooking process up. Some people cook meat through this process first so that they do not have to keep it on the grill for a longer time, which would dry the meat out. Do this for approximately 45 minutes.

If you decide to parboil, you can add a can of beer to your water or to the pan that you bake the meat in to add flavor.

Seasoning

Once your meat is parboiled, you can let it cool down enough to handle them without burning yourself. Using a store bought dry rub or one that you have mixed yourself; cover your ribs generously with seasoning on both sides. A dry rub is a combination of herbs and spices that you rub into the meat of so that the flavor penetrates deeply.

Preparing the Grill

Before you begin cooking your meat on the grill, be sure to heat the grill up. If you have a temperature gauge on the grill set it to 350 degrees or watch it until it reaches 350. If you do not have a temperature gauge, you will want to get the grill hot enough so that when you spray water onto it, that it instantly sizzles and evaporates.

Grilling

Although you are making barbeque, you do not want to put your sauce on at this point. Now that your grill is ready and your ribs are seasoned, you can place them onto the highest rack of the grill. Keeping it higher and further away from the heat will allow the ribs to cook evenly and slowly so that they do not dry out and become overcooked. Keep your grill lid closed and cook for 30 minutes bone side down. At that point, turn them over and cook them for another 15 minutes.

Sauce it up

Now that they are finished, move them down to the lowest rack of the grill. Here is the fun part. Add the barbeque sauce of your choice. It is best to pour some on and spread it out with a basting brush used for spreading sauce on food. Never leave the grill unattended during this time. The sauce may cause flare-ups of the flame. Cover with sauce completely and flip the ribs regularly for approximately 10 minutes. This allows the sauce to stick and become caramelized.


How To Cook BBQ Ribs On Your Outdoor Grill









Sweet and tangy and loaded up with smoked sausage, this Pit Boys barbecue sauce is the perfect condiment for any type of meat sandwich, hot or cold. Be sure to bottle up some extra, too. And this recipe is real easy to do, as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys. You can print out this recipe and 100's more here www.bbqpitboys.com




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It was after the grand breakthrough in industrial heaters that the infrared grill gained life and once again a lot of attention was focused around Bill Best. The discovery of the new invention was more of a chance event than something that was planned. Best changed one of the grills he always used by placing a ceramic infrared burner in it and this was how infrared grilling was invented. Of all the scientists and great inventors of the time, Best was the first to notice that the radiant heat applied to a infrared grill had the capacity to cook food without causing it to become dry and unappealing as many gas grills do.


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All About Infrared Gas BBQ Grill Technology - Grilling and Maintenance



The infrared radiation that is produced with pressurized propane or natural gas is the leading advantage that an infrared grill has over many other grills. Infrared grills are far hotter than any traditional grill and thus give the homeowner the flexibility of having a quick, succulent barbeque without having to keep an eye on what is happening every 10 minutes.



All About Infrared Gas BBQ Grill Technology - Grilling and Maintenance

Over the past few years many people have been hesitant about the idea of using infrared grills to cook their food. The same fear over the use of micro-waves and a list of other appliances is the fear that has crippled thousands from using infrared grills to have a barbecue. At first, there was a fear that using it could lead to cancer and a list of other problems. Other resistance sprang from an inaccurate belief that the intense heat would burn food and dry-out flavor - exactly the opposite feature of an infrared cooking system. However, millions of American homes have a micro-wave and other appliances originally condemned as deadly elements to the human race.

The original TEC patent over infrared burners has expired so more and more people are able to afford an infrared grill without breaking the bank for a lofty ,000 to get one. Now it is possible to have one at a cost of 0 or even less, although the manufacturing quality of these barbeque grills is not the same high standard as the more expensive TEC, Solaire and Alfresco infrared grills.

The main benefit to people using an infrared grill over a conventional grill is: less fuel use, faster cooking time, better taste and simple cleaning. An infrared grill uses less fuel because it cooks faster and does not require the same amount of fuel as a gas barbeque to reach cooking temperatures. Once lit, an infrared burner will heat to over 1000 degrees in approximately three minutes. In the amount of time a traditional barbeque reaches normal cooking temperatures, with all three burners turned to "high" a single infrared gas grill burner can be done cooking several steaks, cleaned and cool enough to cover.

Many people also say that the food tastes a lot better due to direct, high heat temperature. An infrared burner is wide and rectangular so it also cooks the food uniformly with an even distribution of heat while locking in all the taste, seasons and natural flavor of the food. Not only faster but the taste of grilled steak, seafood, vegetables, burgers, etc. is amazing when seared and grilled so quick that moisture gets locked-in.

When it comes to cleaning and getting rid of drippings, infrared grills are also known to create less work due to the high temperatures that practically vaporize any mess in seconds. Infrared grills - and many other grills that will heat to over 800 degrees - use a concave designed cooking grate. The cooking grate allows juices that drip off food to get caught in the channel design. This moisture is vaporized back into the food instead of falling through to create flare-ups, uneven heating and grease fires. Because of the flavor-saving design, the cooking grates do get looking pretty greasy after every use but with 1400 degrees of direct heat blasting the grid, grease is easily scraped or brushed away with a typical grill brush.

Infrared gas grills are the best tasting, quickest, most efficient and easiest grills to own. I spent more on my infrared gas grill than on any other ten barbecues I owned before. It was worth every penny. I swell with pride when guests come to my hose and bite in to a steak, swordfish and even hamburgers and hot dogs. Everyone asks about the grill and thinks I have a connection to some "super" supermarket because of the flavor of the food produced by my gas grill. My grill sits out in the backyard; an outdoor kitchen with an infrared built-in BBQ grill we built. It is totally uncovered and the most cleaning I've ever done is scrape the grates after cooking. Even with my poor maintenance my infrared grill starts every time and cooks perfectly every time.


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A gas grill ignitor is made up of several different parts although most backyard chefs envision it as a single fragile item. The module is often referred to as a spark generator and generate sparks is what it does. A module can contain a button to act as the electronic switch, spark generator and battery pack. These items can also be installed separately depending on the barbecue grill design. The switch is usually accessible but the ignition module is mounted behind the control panel. Placement behind the control panel keeps you from breaking it and keeps the weather from directly affecting its performance.


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The electrode is attached to the module by an electrode wire that runs into the firebox of the gas BBQ grill. The electrode acts just like a spark plug in your car. The charge from the battery is activated when the button is pressed, rotary is turned, control knob recessed, etc. The battery charge is converted within the module and sent to the electrode. The electrode sparks and gas ignites. It is really that simple and the simpler the tool, the more difficult to damage.



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A barbeque grill ignition electrode should be easy to locate in the firebox of your gas grill once the cooking grates, briquette tray or heat shields have been removed. It will even look like a small spark plug with a porcelain housing and a steel rod coming through it. Often there will be a second steel rod mounted alongside the rod coming through the porcelain. Many barbeque manufacturers will place a stainless steel collector box over the electrode to protect it. Whether your gas grill electrode is a single steel rod in a porcelain sleeve, two steel rods or is contained in a stainless collection box, this is where the electric charge arcs to ignite your gas grill.

One reason a barbeque grill ignitor will seem to function poorly is the same reason the spark plug in your car must have its gap adjusted when it is installed. Whether the electrode is grounding against the gas grill burner, the collector box or secondary steel rod, the distance has to be close enough to make a strong connection but far enough apart to maximize the exposure to gas flowing from the burner. Check the gas grill manual and properly gap the distance to achieve the best spark from your ignitor.

If you purchased your gas barbecue grill from a grill store as opposed to a giant retailer selling everything but properly educated in nothing or buying it online and assembling it yourself the specialty grill store will have completed this for you as part of the assembly of the grill.

The primary reason most people believe their gas BBQ grill ignitor is broken is grease. The electrode must mount inside the grill near the gas burner in order to access the gas as it leaves the burner. The proximity to the gas it ignites also places the electrode in the path of falling grease. Grease, dirt, rain, water and pieces of food all combine to hinder the effectiveness of your gas grill ignition. When the button is pushed, clicked or turned and the gas does not ignite most backyard grillers will assume the ignitor is broken. Often it can be a single drop of grease that is stopping the arc from connecting to the ground.

Even the rare client who truly does clean their gas barbeque regularly will focus on the grill parts they can see or the BBQ parts that touch their food. The more devoted cook may remove the cooking grates to clean the rock tray, heat shields and sometimes poke put the gas ports on the gas burner. All this is great but an extra thirty seconds to lightly brush the collector box or the exposed electrode will keep the ignition function safely through many years of use. When you clean the electrode, rely on your de-greasing spray. If too much pressure is applied and the porcelain sleeve gets cracked, the electrode will have to be replaced. Spray the de-greaser, lightly brush the steel rods then replace the battery and activate the switch. Most ignitors today use a battery operated button but many grills still use rotary knobs or piezo clicking buttons. Check the arc to make sure the spark is a solid blue and adjust the gap if necessary.

I have assisted thousands of backyard chefs over the past several years and a vast majority of them have believed a faulty ignitor was standard practice on a gas grill. It is not. A little education and a little maintenance and your ignitor will exceed your expectations and safely ignite your barbeque grill every time.


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If cost is the main factor, the grill to go for is charcoal. They start at .00 for a small, basic unit and only .00 for a standard 22" kettle grill. Propane grills are the next lowest in price, starting at around 0.00 for a basic unit. A small smoker starts at around 0.00. Since natural gas grills are supposed to be hooked to a home's gas line, they tend to be larger units, and more expensive starting around 0.00. They now have dual fuel grills as well that use natural gas most of the time but can also use propane; these are the most expensive with an asking price of 0.00 up.



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Ease of Use

The easiest grill to use is probably the natural gas grill. It is hooked to your homes natural gas line and therefore doesn't require you to buy large propane tanks on a regular basis. Getting a grill that has a battery powered or electric starter makes things even easier. Propane is probably the next easiest to use since there are no charcoal briquettes or wood chips to worry about. While it seems that a larger grill is a better grill, remember that larger also means a larger area to clean.

Additional Features

Natural gas or propane grills can offer additional cook spaces that a charcoal or smoker unit cannot. If you plan to cook full meals on your grill, gas burners and a warming tray come in handy. A rotisserie option may also be important to you depending on what you want to grill.

Flavor

If flavor is the most important item on your list, a smoker or a charcoal grill should be your first priority. Smokers are meant to slow cook over time and impart a smoky flavor to meats. You can choose the type of wood to smoke that will give you the flavor you are looking for. The only problem with a smoker is when you want a quick pork chop or hamburger, it isn't so quick. Consider a gas grill for quicker cook meals and a smoker when you really want to impress the neighbors. Charcoal is the next best in the flavor department with no gas undertone. Gas grills can also impart a good grilled flavor, and now many gas grills have a smoker option on them.

Portability

When portability is the most imporant requirement, propane is the way to go. Charcoal grills run a close second. Small propane tanks make it easy to take your grill camping or to a tailgate party and you aren't left wondering where to put the smoldering coals. Charcoal can work and there are several small portable units available; just make sure you have a plan for what to do with the used briquettes.

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Learn the simple trick to grilling tender, juicy steaks every time. Nothing's more simple than cooking a steak on the grill, right? True enough. But there are a few tricks that will give you a perfect, juicy steak with a flavorful crust every time. In this video you'll learn what to look for when choosing steaks, discover the differences between cuts of steaks - and get the best techniques for grilling different cuts of steak. You'll also learn how best to prepare your steaks for the barbeque and how to prep a charcoal grill correctly and prevent flare-ups and sticking. These are all the secrets of the grill in three easy steps. Find the best steak recipes @ allrecipes.com Facebook www.facebook.com Twitter @Allrecipesvideo Pinterest pinterest.com




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It was after the grand breakthrough in industrial heaters that the infrared grill gained life and once again a lot of attention was focused around Bill Best. The discovery of the new invention was more of a chance event than something that was planned. Best changed one of the grills he always used by placing a ceramic infrared burner in it and this was how infrared grilling was invented. Of all the scientists and great inventors of the time, Best was the first to notice that the radiant heat applied to a infrared grill had the capacity to cook food without causing it to become dry and unappealing as many gas grills do.


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The infrared radiation that is produced with pressurized propane or natural gas is the leading advantage that an infrared grill has over many other grills. Infrared grills are far hotter than any traditional grill and thus give the homeowner the flexibility of having a quick, succulent barbeque without having to keep an eye on what is happening every 10 minutes.



All About Infrared Gas BBQ Grill Technology - Grilling and Maintenance

Over the past few years many people have been hesitant about the idea of using infrared grills to cook their food. The same fear over the use of micro-waves and a list of other appliances is the fear that has crippled thousands from using infrared grills to have a barbecue. At first, there was a fear that using it could lead to cancer and a list of other problems. Other resistance sprang from an inaccurate belief that the intense heat would burn food and dry-out flavor - exactly the opposite feature of an infrared cooking system. However, millions of American homes have a micro-wave and other appliances originally condemned as deadly elements to the human race.

The original TEC patent over infrared burners has expired so more and more people are able to afford an infrared grill without breaking the bank for a lofty ,000 to get one. Now it is possible to have one at a cost of 0 or even less, although the manufacturing quality of these barbeque grills is not the same high standard as the more expensive TEC, Solaire and Alfresco infrared grills.

The main benefit to people using an infrared grill over a conventional grill is: less fuel use, faster cooking time, better taste and simple cleaning. An infrared grill uses less fuel because it cooks faster and does not require the same amount of fuel as a gas barbeque to reach cooking temperatures. Once lit, an infrared burner will heat to over 1000 degrees in approximately three minutes. In the amount of time a traditional barbeque reaches normal cooking temperatures, with all three burners turned to "high" a single infrared gas grill burner can be done cooking several steaks, cleaned and cool enough to cover.

Many people also say that the food tastes a lot better due to direct, high heat temperature. An infrared burner is wide and rectangular so it also cooks the food uniformly with an even distribution of heat while locking in all the taste, seasons and natural flavor of the food. Not only faster but the taste of grilled steak, seafood, vegetables, burgers, etc. is amazing when seared and grilled so quick that moisture gets locked-in.

When it comes to cleaning and getting rid of drippings, infrared grills are also known to create less work due to the high temperatures that practically vaporize any mess in seconds. Infrared grills - and many other grills that will heat to over 800 degrees - use a concave designed cooking grate. The cooking grate allows juices that drip off food to get caught in the channel design. This moisture is vaporized back into the food instead of falling through to create flare-ups, uneven heating and grease fires. Because of the flavor-saving design, the cooking grates do get looking pretty greasy after every use but with 1400 degrees of direct heat blasting the grid, grease is easily scraped or brushed away with a typical grill brush.

Infrared gas grills are the best tasting, quickest, most efficient and easiest grills to own. I spent more on my infrared gas grill than on any other ten barbecues I owned before. It was worth every penny. I swell with pride when guests come to my hose and bite in to a steak, swordfish and even hamburgers and hot dogs. Everyone asks about the grill and thinks I have a connection to some "super" supermarket because of the flavor of the food produced by my gas grill. My grill sits out in the backyard; an outdoor kitchen with an infrared built-in BBQ grill we built. It is totally uncovered and the most cleaning I've ever done is scrape the grates after cooking. Even with my poor maintenance my infrared grill starts every time and cooks perfectly every time.


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It's hard to describe how big this grill is in words. If you haven't seen this grill in person, you are in for a surprise. The typical Weber grill surface is 22.5 inches in diameter, which is almost 400 square inches. The Weber Ranch grill is 37.5 inches wide, yielding you just over 1100 square inches of cooking surface.



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With a grill this big, you can cook and entertain practically any size party and event. This grill was initially intended for caterers and outdoor chefs. But it is also useful for communities and organizations that may cook for local events and charities.

And you can certainly enjoy a Weber Ranch grill at home, which is great for a large household, and for hosting big parties with friends and family. Clearly this size grill is not for everyone. But if you often find yourself having to grill and barbeque your food in multiple batches due to space limitations, then this grill is your best solution.

And since it's a Weber, you are getting one of the highest-quality, leading grill brands that has been around for over 50 years. This grill is well-balanced and built very strong, which is critical. You certainly don't want a grill this big at risk of tipping over. But even with its size, you can comfortably move the grill around and position it where you need it. Plus there are two small "locking" casters on one side, securely anchoring the grill in place.

It also has a "lid-catcher" on the side, making the grill lid easy and safe to lift open and place it off to the side of the grill. Another helpful feature is the hinged cooking grate, which allows you to comfortably (and safely) add more charcoal when you need it.

Where Can I Buy A Weber Ranch Grill?

Finding this grill to buy locally can be challenging. I actually saw it once in our Ace Hardware store a few years back, and it certainly attracted everyone's attention. You can try looking in larger appliance specialty stores and outdoor specialty stores, such as the Great Escape or American Sale.

One other tip is you can sometimes find a good deal if you shop towards the end of the year when consumer demand for grills drops down dramatically. Plus, with as big as the Weber Ranch Kettle Grill is, any retail store that has them in stock late in the year will desperately be making room for their Winter and holiday items. You may even be able to negotiate a lower price with them at that point, too.


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Hungry for Crispy Fried Chicken Barbecue style? Then sear, smoke and fry those Chicken Wings for some real good eatin' at the Pit. And it's real easy to do, as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys. The recipe you are about to see is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent.




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Different Types of Barbecue Grills



If cost is the main factor, the grill to go for is charcoal. They start at .00 for a small, basic unit and only .00 for a standard 22" kettle grill. Propane grills are the next lowest in price, starting at around 0.00 for a basic unit. A small smoker starts at around 0.00. Since natural gas grills are supposed to be hooked to a home's gas line, they tend to be larger units, and more expensive starting around 0.00. They now have dual fuel grills as well that use natural gas most of the time but can also use propane; these are the most expensive with an asking price of 0.00 up.



Different Types of Barbecue Grills

Ease of Use

The easiest grill to use is probably the natural gas grill. It is hooked to your homes natural gas line and therefore doesn't require you to buy large propane tanks on a regular basis. Getting a grill that has a battery powered or electric starter makes things even easier. Propane is probably the next easiest to use since there are no charcoal briquettes or wood chips to worry about. While it seems that a larger grill is a better grill, remember that larger also means a larger area to clean.

Additional Features

Natural gas or propane grills can offer additional cook spaces that a charcoal or smoker unit cannot. If you plan to cook full meals on your grill, gas burners and a warming tray come in handy. A rotisserie option may also be important to you depending on what you want to grill.

Flavor

If flavor is the most important item on your list, a smoker or a charcoal grill should be your first priority. Smokers are meant to slow cook over time and impart a smoky flavor to meats. You can choose the type of wood to smoke that will give you the flavor you are looking for. The only problem with a smoker is when you want a quick pork chop or hamburger, it isn't so quick. Consider a gas grill for quicker cook meals and a smoker when you really want to impress the neighbors. Charcoal is the next best in the flavor department with no gas undertone. Gas grills can also impart a good grilled flavor, and now many gas grills have a smoker option on them.

Portability

When portability is the most imporant requirement, propane is the way to go. Charcoal grills run a close second. Small propane tanks make it easy to take your grill camping or to a tailgate party and you aren't left wondering where to put the smoldering coals. Charcoal can work and there are several small portable units available; just make sure you have a plan for what to do with the used briquettes.

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