TIP OF THE DAY: Have A Barbecue Party For National Barbecue Month

Top: Deluxe grill from Landmann. Bottom: Weber’s Q series fits almost anywhere.   Did you fire up the grill for Mother’s Day? It’s one of the biggest barbecue days of the year, with 34% 0f grill owners cooking celebrate Mom. It following the Fourth of July (76%), Labor Day (62%), Memorial Day (62%) and Father’s…
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TRENDS: What’s New In Barbecue

Spell it barbecue, barbeque or the short form BBQ, May first is the start of the May-September peak outdoor cooking season. Not surprisingly, it’s National Barbecue Month. According to the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA), nearly 14 million grills and smokers were shipped in 2013. This year’s industry expo, held in March, displayed more…
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RECIPE: Beer Barbecue Sauce

Add beer to your homemade barbecue sauce. Photo by EasyBuy4U | IST.   Spell it barbecue, barbeque or BBQ: May is National Barbecue Month. Here’s a delicious homemade beer barbecue sauce from Samuel Adams. You don’t have to be a beer drinker to enjoy it: The malt and hops provide a subtle lift in flavor…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Thawing Meat

Grilling favorites: Defrost them correctlyfor the juciest results. Photo courtesyAllen Brothers.   May is National Barbecue Month. Millions of Americans are firing up the grill to cook burgers, steaks, franks, chicken, kebabs and other favorites. Many of us purchase meat in advance and freeze it. There are different meat thawing techniques: on the counter at…
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