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Doug Badger our Weber® Rep has some tips and tricks to turn your backyard BBQ into gold.
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Q&A With Weber® Rep. Doug
I always recommend using a chimney starter! A charcoal grill will absolutely cook evenly. You just have to make sure the coals are distributed evenly on the char grate.
How can you control the temperature of your grill based on the food your grilling? Chicken VS steak shrimp vs salmon?
I recommend following the recipe! Low heat is 250 - 325. Medium is 350 - 400, and high is generally 450 to 550. You can make almost anything at any temp. Simply follow the recipes you are trying and determine doneness with a meat thermometer!
I always have problems getting my hamburgers juicy and done when I grill. Do you have any suggestions? Also how to make them tastier the next day. Thanks!
Internal temperature is the name of the game! I recommend an iGrill, Weber Connect or an instant read thermometer. Once you get the hang of the timing on your grill you will find that you need the thermometer less and less. Bring the burgers to the desired internal temp and they will be amazing! I go to 125 degrees as I like meduim rare.
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How can you tell the doneness of a steak without cutting into it?
Internal temperature is the name of the game! I recommend an iGrill, Weber Connect or an instant read thermometer. Bring the steak to the desired doneness and your guests will get their perfect steak.