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How to clean grill racks and grill trays and grill pans
by TheVrolok in Home & Garden
Keeping an outdoor grill clean can be a real hassle. Scraping food off the grill racks, trays and pans can be messy and difficult. However, keeping your grill clean is one of the best ways to extend its service life. Stuck-on food and grease draws moisture, which leads to rust. Finding an easy way to keep your grill clean will help make the grill last longer and let you get more enjoyment out of i

How to Grill the Perfect Steak on a George Foreman Grill
by WellBeing in Food & Drink
George Foreman indoor grills provide a convenient indoor grilling option, especially during inclement weather. Steaks grill up fast in George Foreman grills, although the grilling method is not noted for the flavor imparted in steaks through outdoor charcoal grilling. To get the perfect steak, take time for advance preparation, soaking steaks for several hours or overnight in a marinade of choice

How to Convert a Propane Grill to a Lava Rock Grill
by Gogonez in Home & Garden
If you want to convert a propane gas grill to a lava rock grill, you should know that the conversion still requires the use of propane. The lava rock in the grill helps to create additional heat, thus reducing the amount of propane needed to grill your food. It is an aid, not a replacement, for propane. Lava rock also helps with the smoking process if you plan to smoke meats in your propane grill.

How to Grill Steak Strips on a George Foreman Grill
by l2ez4m in Food & Drink
When inclement weather drives grilling enthusiasts indoors, George Foreman indoor grills provide a convenient alternative to preparing steaks. Cutting the meat into strips and marinading before grilling creates a flavorful, fast-grilling dish. This method works for all types of steaks but is best for the more flavorful cuts, such as New York strip, rib-eye and sirloin.

How to Grill Boneless Pork Ribs on a Foreman Grill
by sql-server in Food & Drink
When you fire up your barbecue grill and cook thick, juicy steaks, chicken or pork, the smoke and grill infuses the meat with delicious flavors. If you don't have the time or inclination to use your traditional grill, a George Foreman Grill may be a good substitute. The George Foreman Grill is a small, electric countertop grill that is used inside. Use the Foreman grill to quickly and safely cook

How Long to Grill Filet Mignon on a Weber Gas Grill?
by jazzyfox in Food & Drink
Filet mignon is a choice cut of tenderloin beef prized for its tender texture. The Weber gas grill is a popular medium for grilling these small steaks. With a little finessing and attention you can have a perfectly grilled filet mignon. This cut stands up well without marinades or excessive seasoning; a little salt and fresh black pepper will highlight the meat just fine. Preparing the grillWeb

How to Grill Asparagus on a George Foreman Grill
by Chook2330 in Food & Drink
George Foreman offers more than 40 types of grills, all of which have the ability for cooking vegetables. Asparagus is typically available for purchase throughout the year, but is harvested during the spring and early summer. Fresh asparagus is firm to the touch and can vary in size. Small and large asparagus, if fresh and tender, should have the same flavor. Use different coatings or marinades on

The Advantages of a Fixed Grill Vs. a Portable Grill
by gnirpaz in Home & Garden
If the look of char marks and the smoky flavor of foods grilled with charcoal or wood chunks are among your favorites, you need a fixed or a portable barbecue grill. A fixed grill will demonstrate just how serious you are about your love for barbecue and grilling. A portable grill will say that you abide by the Boy Scouts credo to always be prepared. If you have one of each, you qualify as a serio

How to Grill Sunfish On a George Foreman Low-Fat Grill
by Matt1970 in Food & Drink
George Foreman low-fat grills cook food on both sides at the same time so the meal is ready faster. This is a useful feature for grilling sunfish so there is no risk of breaking the fish apart in the process of turning it over on a conventional grill. Whole, cleaned sunfish (also known as bluegill and bream) or boneless fillets can be cooked on the George Foreman grill in a matter of minutes. Usin

What Is the Best Way to Grill Country-Style Ribs on a Gas Grill?
by ugufugu in Food & Drink
Country-style pork spare ribs contain a lot of fat, and they may or may not have bones. The beauty of cooking country-style ribs is they are also loaded with meat, making them perfect for slow cooking over indirect heat.
Cooking country-style ribs does not have to be an all-day affair. With a little planning and foresight, you can cook up some fall-off-the-bone tender ribs on your gas grill.

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