Outdoor Grill

In my house it’s always down to me to cook the turkey for Thanksgiving or Christmas and every year I read a bucket load of recipe books and everyone says something different.
  • 79 months ago Grillsdirect »

    Get dinner done fast with this high powered Weber gas grill. Great for everyday use and offers enough cooking space on the grill to accommodate serious grilling for groups.

  • 79 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    How do you like the taste of barbecue or even the smell of barbecue? If you have tasted any, you will surely love it. Barbecue is not new

  • 79 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    The best way to find the kind of barbecue cooked the way you wanted is to get yourself stainless steel barbecue grill and tools.

  • 79 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    New Outdoor Kitchens brings you the best information about outdoor barbecue grills, barbecue, outdoor patio furniture, outside firepits, outdoor gas grills and outdoor kitchens.

  • 80 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    Not all meat thermometers can provide accurate temperature reading. In fact, the accuracy of the reading might be compromised should you place in the probe at the wrong part on the meat. For a Sunday household bonding, probably the coolest part of it is the barbequing. Even so, it won’t be enjoyable if the meat if overcooked or undercooked. Wireless meat thermometer, like that of remote meat thermometer, prevents such situation at the same time as giving you the possibility to bond far more with your family. So if you might be considering of buying one now, read this first.

  • 80 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    Long ago, settlers brought pigs to the United States and left them to wander the wild. This climate where cattle perished was ideal for hogs, and therefore became the meat of the South. In this part of the world barbecue is synonymous with pork. Were you to mention beef barbecue in the Carolinas you are likely to be shown the door. Once the Texan has been shown the door over his pronouncements of the virtues of brisket, those left behind will most likely start a fight over all the variations of what is called the true barbecue.

  • 80 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    It seems to be a good idea for me to just sit and talk to you about Texas cooking for a while. I cook every day. Very seldom does the fancy stuff come to life in my kitchen. Mostly I do the old standards that I enjoy.

  • 80 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    Summertime means eating outdoors. Enjoy the comforts of home by dining al fresco on grilled cuisine. Barbecuing food is easy and quick with some preparation and know-how.

  • 80 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    There continues to be feuding in the Southern United States over which part of the hog is best for making pork. Typically this debate is over using the entire hog or just the shoulder. Of course this debate is something of an apple versus orange argument. A whole hog is prepared very differently from the shoulder and typically for other reasons. My main concern here is with the shoulder. If you are interested in going whole hog there is a different process for you.

  • 80 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    As you look over a couple of prime rib recipes you’ll notice a wide range of prime rib cooking times. Some recipes call for a cooking time of one hour and some recipes say that the roast should be cooked for six hours. Very confusing! Well, there’s a reason for this discrepancy — prime rib cooking times depend a lot on the cooking temperature and the size of the roast.

  • 80 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    Smoking a turkey is not rocket science. In fact, once you discover how easy it is and you take your first bite of that smoked bird, you’ll want to make it a tradition every holiday season!

  • 80 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    Ever been to a barbecue party where the ‘chef’ placed as much food as he could possibly fit onto the barbecue grill, every so often stabbing the food with a fork and juggling it around so that it cooks evenly? Ever noticed how, within a few minutes, the flames start gently flickering under the food, the chef proudly standing back admiring the char grill effect that he’s creating? Ever notice the panic that sets in when the flames suddenly leap up and around the food burning it black on the outside and leaving it raw on the inside?

  • 81 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    Man has been eating barbecued or grilled poultry ever since he learned to pull the feathers off the birds. Before that, a bird cooked on an open fire with feathers was not real popular.

  • 81 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

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  • 81 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    The backyard BBQ is one of America’s great summertime traditions. What better way to share a late summer afternoon than hanging out with family and friends, keeping an eye on the sizzling burgers, and sipping an ice-cold beverage? While traditional fare like burgers, chicken breast and shish kabobs are summertime classics, you can spice it up with creative menu options, innovative grills, and cool BBQ accessories. This summer, skip the hot dogs and try something different in your backyard kitchen.

  • 81 months ago Newoutdoorkitchens »

    To cook up great ribs, first you will need to peel the papery membrane off the back of the rack of ribs. It’s a little tricky if you’re not sure what you are looking for, but all over the surface of the back of the ribs there a this thin membrane. You can use a tine of a fork or something similar to seperate the membrane, and then just peel it off.

  • 94 months ago Sur La Table »

    Three bright LED bulbs perfectly illuminate food while grilling-strong magnet attaches to grill and tools to put light where you need it most. Head swivels in any direction. Heat resistant to 176 degrees F. Includes batteries.

  • 102 months ago Cajuncookshak »

    FREE SHIPPING BeerCAN Chicken - Drunk Chicken What Ever You Call IT! Great on the Grill Great in the Oven Holds any 12-oz. Can Use with your own Favorite Beer or Beverage

  • 102 months ago Cajuncookshak »

    FREE SHIPPING Your backyard will be an even bigger hit with this dual function piece of modern art. The first purposes is to cook, don't let the look fool you this grill comes with 304 stainless steel cooking grates and hardware for superior rust protection and durability. The grates swing out for easy food removal (say good bye to the burnt knuckles), and it has a large chopping board on the side. The deck grill also serves as a firepit for those chilly nights thanks to it's heavyweight fire bowl to hold the wood. 32"h X 24"d X 45"w/with chopping board

  • 104 months ago johntunger.typepad.com »

    Blogs and Media Love The Great Bowl O' Fire: The Great Bowl O' Fire has been featured in DIY Network's 2006 Holiday Gift Guide, Variety Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, The Wednesday Journal and Wave Magazine. Read reviews online at: Boing Boing, Gaping Void, Great Green Goods, collisiondetection, Land + Living, metaefficient, hippyshopper and many others. The Great Bowl O' Fire in Architecture and Design: The Great Bowl is a favorite of architects and designers. Check out the photo of three gas-fired Bowls installed on pillars at the Brick Oven Courtyard Grille in Topeka, KS. The Great Bowl also made a wonderful design element for the water park at Landmark Resort Hotel in Myrtle Beach, SC.

  • 104 months ago johntunger.typepad.com »

    The Font O' Fire has a grace to it that complements nearly any setting. If you're looking for a tasteful, minimalist firebowl for a modern home this might be just the ticket. The Font O' Fire holds a good-sized fire, using charcoal or wood. Hand-cut and ground to a smooth finish, the Font O' Fire has a pleasing rust patina as the standard finish. If you prefer black, you can paint the grill with a high-temperature grill or automotive spray paint. The heavy 1/4 inch thick steel plate can be left outdoors year round, requiring no maintenance to last generations.

  • 107 months ago Design Within Reach »

    Freeing the barbeque from the backyard, the Notebook Portable Grill (2005) folds up into a slender, nine-pound notebook-shape with a carrying handle. Included are two chrome-plated grill surfaces that sit at different heights within the frame (and can be folded into the grill when it’s shut for carrying). Measuring only 1.25" thick when folded, this little grill goes from patio to park to poolside and can pack into a backpack for camping trips or beach visits. Note: The grill becomes very hot. Be sure to place it on non-flammable, flat ground and use caution around children and animals.

  • 110 months ago Extremis »

    Qrater is a very attractive campfire dish that can be used in the garden and in open spaces. All you need is to light the wood logs and the result is pure magic. Singing a song or telling a story while looking at the constantly changing play of the flames and the fire sparks is a very special experience that has inspired people ever since fire was discovered. It is a very original and heartwarming form of togetherness that sometimes people even refer as “the television set of the jungle”. Obviously, options like individual grills, blankets, and yes, a sing along cd can also form part of this unique experience of being together around the fire.

  • 110 months ago purecontemporary.com »

    A strict modernist will appreciate the restrained lines and perfect functionality of Fuego grills. Made in large and small versions, Fuego hides the messy grill grate with a retractable lid flanked by teak counters, perfect for setting down foods before or after they’ve been cooked. Webergrill_1Slots take accessories like paper tower holders, trays and spice racks to keep the necessities close at hand but out of the way. A hidden and handy sliding drawer, big enough for grilling tools and a bag of charcoal, reminds us that the most sophisticated grills keep some of their best secrets in reserve.

  • 110 months ago Neiman Marcus »

    teel Grill Need Help? Finally, a stainless steel grill that is chic, attractive, and portable. • Designed by Eva Solo. • 18/10 stainless steel. • Coal bucket in bottom collects ash. • Solid lid (see below). • 26"H x 19" diameter. • Dishwasher safe. • Imported.

  • 110 months ago johntunger.typepad.com »

    Let the Great Flaming Lotus firepit bring a calming Zen to your garden. Just as the Egyptians regarded the lotus bloom as a symbol of resurrection, this simple and modern firebowl has been reborn from recycled steel. Warm and inviting, the Great Flaming Lotus offers a contemplative centerpiece referencing centuries of spiritual practice associated with the lotus blossom. Hand-cut and ground to a smooth finish, the Great Flaming Lotus has a pleasing rust patina as the standard finish. If you prefer black, you can paint the bowl with a high-temperature grill or automotive spray paint. The heavy 1/4 inch thick steel plate can be left outdoors year round, requiring no maintenance to last generations. A hole is cut in the center of the bowl to allow water to drain. If you'd like to order the bowl to use as a water feature (without drain hole) drop me a line.