10 Pro Tips for Barbecuing with Jars of Original Bone Suckin' Seasoning, Bone Suckin' Sauce, and All Purpose Seasoning & Rub next to ribs on the grill

Follow these Barbecue Tips to be Grilling & Smoking Like a Pro! 

  1. Choose the right type of grill. There are three main types of grills: charcoal, gas, and electric. Each type of grill has its own advantages and disadvantages. Barbecuing with charcoal grills give food a smoky flavor, but they can be more difficult to control. Gas grills are easier to use and control, but they don’t give food the same smoky flavor. Electric grills are the easiest to use, but they don’t give food the same smoky flavor as charcoal or gas grills.
  2. Prepare your food properly. Before you put food on the grill, make sure it is prepared properly. This means marinating meat, chicken, or fish.
  3. Season your food. Seasoning your food before you put it on the grill will add flavor and help to keep it moist.
  4. Cook your food to the correct temperature. Different types of food need to be cooked to different temperatures. Be sure to check the temperature of your food with a meat thermometer to ensure that it is cooked to the correct temperature.
  5. Don’t overcrowd the grill. Overcrowding the grill will make it difficult to cook your food evenly. Only cook as much food as will fit on the grill at one time.
  6. Use indirect heat for larger cuts of meat. Larger cuts of meat, such as brisket and pork shoulder, should be cooked using indirect heat. This means cooking the meat on the grill over a low heat for a long period of time.
  7. Use a meat thermometer. A meat thermometer is the best way to ensure that your food is cooked to the correct temperature. Insert the thermometer into the thickest part of the meat and wait for the reading to stabilize.
  8. Let your food rest. After you cook your food, let it rest for a few minutes before slicing or serving. This will allow the juices to redistribute throughout the meat, resulting in a more tender and flavorful dish.
  9. Clean your grill. After you’re done grilling, be sure to clean your grill. This will help to prevent rust and build-up of food particles.
  10. Have fun! Barbecuing is a great way to spend time with friends and family. So relax, enjoy the outdoors, and have fun!
    We hope these tips help you to barbecue like a pro!

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