Guide To Grilling Your Favourite Fillet Mignon

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The filet mignon is probably the most tender cut of steak you can buy from a butcher. But, what makes it so tender? It is because the filet mignon comes from a part of the cow where it doesn’t get much exercise, is non-weight-bearing, and contains only a small amount of connective tissues, which is why this steak is so …

How To Prevent Rust On Your BBQ Cast Iron Grates

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Many of our BBQ grills come with the incredibly popular porcelain enamelled cast iron cooking grates as its heat retaining properties makes it easy to produce impressive, bold sear marks on whatever it is you may be BBQ-ing. The porcelain enamel then complements by making it easy to clean and maintain. However, there are still some things you may want …

3 Things To Look Out For When Grilling Turkey On A Kettle

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You can smoke on your kettle and the process is pretty easy. 1. Preparing the Turkey You can have the best BBQ chef grilling for you. However, with bad ingredients, your food still isn’t gonna turn out fantastic. Therefore, we always over emphasise on picking out the freshest turkey. If you have any questions, don’t be shy to ask your …

4 Different Ways To Use Your BBQ Warming Rack

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If you own a BBQ grill, chances there’s a warming rack that comes along with it. My next question to you is, how often do you actually utilise this warming rack? A lot of the time, they go under-utilised as people struggle to figure out their purpose. What a shame! But, don’t worry, in this blog post, we will share …

Benefits of BBQ on a Himalayan Salt Block

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1. Adding Nutrients To Your Meals A Himalayan salt block is primarily made up of 98% sodium chloride, which is the similar compound found in your regular table salt. Minerals such as sulphur, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and iron make up the remaining 2%. This is also the reason behind the slight difference between the Himalayan salt blocks and regular table …

3 Insanely Tasty Toppings for Your Corn

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Eating your BBQ corn right off the cob is so satisfying! Plus, the smokiness from the grill only adds to the depth of flavour to those sweet ears. Most people paint their corns with the good ol’ classic salt and butter before gnawing away. However, why limit yourself when a BBQ grilled corn on the cob is basically a blank …

7 Steps To Use A Himalayan Salt Block

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Have you tried grilling on a pink block of Himalayan salt? This interesting way to prepare and serve your BBQ foods is becoming an increasingly popular mode of BBQ due to the unexpected texture and flavour it lends to a wide variety of your BBQ meats and vegetables. Furthermore, it has also been known to protect your BBQ foods against …

#BBQHacks: Is My BBQ Steak Done?

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When it comes to cooking steak, there are no second chances. How do you make sure you’re not overcooking your BBQ steaks? Well, a meat thermometer is great to give you a quick and precise reading. However, poking a hole in your beautiful BBQ steak inevitably leads drying its juices out and losing flavour. So if you would rather not …

5 Common BBQ Mistakes Beginner Grillers Make

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Underestimating The Amount Of Fuel Required Be sure to plan ahead and always have a spare canister/tank of propane (if you’re using a gas grill) or an extra bad of charcoal readily available. You really wouldn’t want an occasion where you run out of fuel as it is not just inconvenient but also a damper to any BBQ party! Additionally, …

6 Tips for Grilling a la Plancha

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Image Source You can’t go wrong with grilling some perfectly marbled beef steaks, or some juicy chicken steaks, but why would you limit your BBQ to just the basics? There’s no better time than now to get creative with your food and introduce a new twist to your classic BBQ dinner – Grilling a la Plancha. Grilling a la plancha …