Not sure if you’re low on propane? You can check that using a warm glass of water. Just it run it down the side of the tank, and feel if it’s cool to the touch. The cool part of the tank is where your propane lies.
Clean your grill by giving it a coffee bath. Soak your grill grates, let them sit for an hour, then give it a quick scrub. Grate should be good as new.
Or you can clean your grill with an onion. The oils will help break up grease and give your food more flavor.
Cover your grill in olive oil and balsamic vinegar to flavor meat and keep residue from sticking.
Pizza isn’t traditional barbecue fare, but it can be cooked on a grill for a smokey flavor.
You can throw sandwiches on the grill, too.
Chicken will cook evenly if you spread it out flat using a brick.
If your grill is looking old and rusty, make it look new again with a coat of special barbecue paint.
Keep condiments organized and mess-free with a muffin tin.
You can make sweet barbecue sauce with Dr. Pepper soda.
Add spices for a dry rub to a large jar. Throw in your meat, give it a shake, and it’s ready for the grill.
Satisfy your vegetarian guests by grilling mushrooms and zucchini in tinfoil pockets.
Instead of lighting the entire grill, light only half of it. Then you’ll have one side for cooking meat, and one side for keeping it warm while you finish up.
Cook meats on the grill with your favorite herbs to give it a unique flavor.
These grilled banana marshmallow treats are making my mouth water.
Marshmallows and strawberries on skewers are a tasty dessert option, too.