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By wakefieldfi944846, Jun 20 2017 03:20PM

Grilling to much food at once can cause flare ups! Save your food and grill from a grease fire.

Flare and Flavor-

Grills have a way of delivering flavor back into your food using drippings and grease. Flavor bars are most common. These drippings fall onto the heated metal and vaporize. This infuses your foods with delicious grill flavor. Flavor bars are shaped over the burners so that the grease does not clog your burner holes. Greasy foods like burgers and chicken wings can overwhelm the grease management system and can cause flare ups or even a grease fire. Keeping a spray bottle of water next to your grill can save your food from being ruined. Just lightly spray on the fire and this will put out the flames. (or use the beer in your hand..)

Putting less on at once and spreading out the food is a great way to prevent grease fires. HAPPY GRILLING!!

By wakefieldfi944846, Jun 15 2017 07:54PM

Routine Cleaning?!/! "What! You have to clean it"???

"How do you clean your grill". Our answer is probably differently than 90% of Grill owners. Here are some helpful tips.

One common mistake is to take your food off , shut the grill down and eat. Sound Familiar? Yes, well this is the deadliest and most common mistake you can do to destroy any grill. Even the expensive ones! The acidic food and grease is munching away at your grill internals. Put it this way. Lets say you bought a nice Weber Genesis Grill with Porcelain Coated Cast Iron Grates. On goes the burgers and wings! Shut the grill hood, turn it off and lets eat. Fast forward two months later. "Lets Grill tonight!" What do you think those grates would look like?

The trick is to burn off and clean the grates after the food has been taken off. This is a lot simpler than you think. You do it to your oven in your house every so often. The self cleaning setting gets to high temperatures and burns off the debris. You can do the same to your grill.

Turn all the burners to high and let it heat up. When the smoke clears, brush off the grates with a quality grill brush and you are done. Next time you grill, do a quick sweep with your brush and i like to use a wet rag or paper towel and wipe of the grates before i turn it on. Before the food goes on use oil or grill spray so your food doesn't stick. Oh, and if you always do this and it still sticks, it is because the grill is not hot enough! Happy Grilling. More Grilling tips coming soon!

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