Winter grilling is all about keeping the chill away, so choose recipes that are warm and comforting. Consider using spicy marinades on your meat and side dishes that rev up the heat. Follow our guidelines for a great grilling experience this holiday season.
Winter Grilling Preparation in Seattle
Identify the direction the wind is coming from and reposition the grill against the house or a physical structure to keep out the gusts. Wind is the biggest enemy of heat retention. Also, barbeques go through more fuel in cold weather, so be sure to have extra fuel on hand. Have pre-warmed ceramic plates or a cast iron pan ready for your cooked meat; your meat will retain its heat best this way.
While You’re Grilling
Be sure your grill is fully preheated. However long you normally give it to warm up, tack on an extra five minutes for winter grilling. As your meal cooks, it’s tempting to open the grill cover. Resist the urge to peak! Opening the cover will cause heat to escape and bring down the grill’s temperature. Once the timer is set, trust the grill to do its job.
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