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The 2021 Last-Minute Shopper’s Guide to Grilling & Gear

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Attention procrastinators, the clock is ticking and you’re running out of time to surprise your grill-mates for the upcoming Holidays. Fear not for, as always, we have you covered – with a cool new grill, like the wood-burning Burnie, and a new way to light it, mega-blow torch called the SearPro. Once your grill is lit, amp up the taste with my Barbecue Flavor Grilling Gift Box. No coals in your stocking this year, but we wouldn’t say no to imported fragrant cherrywood smoking chunks. Quality meats? Order them from Holy Grail Steak (and pair them with fine wines from deNegoce). And for the ultimate live fire experience, there’s my Barbecue University—three days and nights of smoke and fire filled adventure at the luxurious Montage Palmetto Bluff resort in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Best of all, you can order all these gifts online—and let others with time-management issues fight for a parking spaces at the mall.

Last-Minute Shopper’s Guide to Grilling & Gear

Holy Grail Steak

The Holy Grail Steak’s mission is to connect artisanal farms and ranches with consumers who care deeply about the quality and provenance of their food. Holy Grail Steak Co. works exclusively with best-in-class producers who live by the Golden Rule of Cow, a steak only tastes as good as it was raised.

From Japanese A5 Wagyu to their exclusive Santa Carota Carrot Fed Beef, Holy Grail has what meat-eaters truly want this holiday season.

Give them the art of steak this year and save 15% on Mangalitsa Pork & Santa Carota Carrot Fed Beef when you use code BARBECUEBIBLE at checkout. Expires 12/20/2021

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Project Smoke Smoking Fuels

While many people believe the tradition of putting lumps of coal in Christmas stockings was developed as a rebuke or punishment (for “naughty” children), coal was actually a treasure because of its importance, during the 19th century, as a heating fuel. In one Victorian narrative poem, a poor family was overjoyed to receive enough coal to fill their cellar. Is there someone on your gift list who would appreciate a bag—or several—of smoking chunks or chips in iconic flavors like hickory, mesquite, cherry, or apple? Thought so!

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SearPro Flamethrower

SearPro really packs a punch! It’s a great gift and useful for searing a steak, lighting your charcoal grill, roasting bell peppers, sous vide, glazing a baked ham, starting your campfire, and anything else you can think of! This compact hand-held torch has one of the widest, most powerful flames of any torch available on the market, GUARANTEED! With temperatures reaching over 1800 degrees Fahrenheit. This product was invented by a First Responder Helicopter Pilot. When asked why he invented this his comments were: (I felt like this truly was the missing link to BBQ, sous vide and charcoal lighting). Best Gift For 2021!

SearPro Flamethrower

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Grill Kilt

The “Grill Kilt” is a premium waist-apron designed specifically for people who love to grill. This innovative grilling accessory combines the functionality of outdoor gear with the comfort of quality clothing. It is expertly designed and sewn in the USA and made of durable, washable cotton fabric with features including: a heavy-duty waist belt, comfortable hand pockets, 10 storage pockets of varying sizes, carabiners and d-rings for clipping grilling tools and accessories, and it also comes with a matching, grommeted hand-towel. The Grillkilt is sold in 6 colors and is fully adjustable, up to a waist size of 46” (and up to 58” with extra panels, sold separately).

The Cayenne Limited Edition Grillkilt (pictured) is the perfect holiday gift for your favorite griller – and can be purchased for a limited time for 15% off using code “BBQBIBLE.” ORDER NOW before they sell out for the season!

Grill Kilt

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Steven Raichlen’s Ultimate Barbecue Flavor Grilling Gift Box

Steven Raichlen’s Favorite Products for the Ultimate Grilling Experience

Set includes: (3) USA Spices Seasoning Rub, (2) Cedar Grilling Planks to use on the grill or in the over, (1) Hickory Smoking Wood Chips, (3) Smoke-in-a-can to use on the grill for extra smokey flavor, set of cedar paper wraps for the grill.

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Burnie Grill

Finally, a Fun, Natural Grill that Requires No Setup, Makes Food Taste Great, and Leaves No Waste Behind! A Burnie is an ingenious single-use, self-burning portable grill made from 100% natural Alder Wood. It contains no chemicals, is earth-friendly, easy to use, and makes food taste delicious by utilizing a centuries-old Nordic technique.

Burnie Grill

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Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke BBQ Spice Rub Seasoning Combo Gift Box

This holiday season, give electrifying rubs developed by America’s foremost authority on grilling and smoking, Barbecue Hall of Famer Steven Raichlen. The rubs include Santa Fe Coffee Rub, Kansas City Smoke Rub, Malabar Steak Rub, Carolina Pit Powder, and Greek Island Herb Rub. Perfect for people who are cooking more at home!

steven raichelns project smoke bbq spice rub 6 pack

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de Négoce

Exceptional Wines At Unbeatable Prices

As the pioneer of the négociant wine trade in the US, de Négoce founder Cameron Hughes has more than 20 years of experience sourcing and selling ultra-premium wines direct-to-consumer. In fact, until Cameron came along, few in the US had ever heard the term negociant (the French word for a ‘wine trader’).

Cameron’s vision was to make exceptional wines available at unbeatable prices. That’s why in 2020, he launched de Négoce: a one-of-a-kind online ‘wine futures’ platform. For the first time ever, wine lovers can save 60-to-80% off luxury-quality wines before they go into the bottle. Modeled after wine futures sold in Bordeaux, de Négoce wines are sold in advance of their release.

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Barbecue University 2022

Teach a man to fish, goes the old saying, and you feed him for the rest of his life. The same is true for grilling. Which is why Steven Raichlen started Barbecue University and why this school, with it’s more than 40 grills and smokers, remains the ultimate destination to ramp up your grill skills. At Barbecue University, you do the grilling under Steven’s supervision. Expect the unexpected, from plancha pita to rib “wings” to Buffalo brisket burnt ends. And of course there will be smoked chocolate bread pudding for dessert. You’ll stay at the luxurious 5 star, 5 diamond Montage Palmetto Bluff resort, and have afternoons off to enjoy tennis, golf, boating, and fishing on the property’s 20,000 plus acres. New this year will be the BBQ U mystery box, in which you receive a mystery ingredient and get to create a recipe on the spot. “A fantasy camp for coal heads” is how Cooking Light Magazine described us. “Never experience anything like Barbecue University” wrote Forbes.com. Space is limited so sign up today.

Barbecue University 2022

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Pellet Grill Tips and Tricks

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If you're planning to use a pellet grill, you may be wondering how to prepare the meat. There are a few tips you should keep in mind, but the first step is to understand what you're smoking. The most important tip is to understand the composition of your meat. For instance, do you plan on smoky or dry meat? You also need to consider whether you'll be smoking white or dark meat?

If you've never used a pellet grill before, you should learn the basics and avoid sloppy cooking. Proper care is the key to making your grill last for many years. When it's time to replace the pellets, make sure you clean the grill thoroughly. Do not put the pellets on cement or 2X4s; they'll turn to cement. When they're smoky, they'll stick to the sides of the pellet rack and stick to the bottom.

You should also learn how to cook different types of food. While most pellet grills come with a digital display, you should read the owner's manual before using them. The temperature range for each type of food varies, so make sure you know your food well before you begin cooking. You should know that filet mignon beef requires 360 degrees Fahrenheit for three to 10 minutes, while pork belly needs 225-300°F for four hours. Before starting your cooking, it's important to research the ingredients. By doing so, you'll know how to use the right pellets for your specific recipe. Aside from ensuring that the temperature is appropriate, you'll also know how much wood pellets you need to use.

In addition to these tips, you should also know how to season your pellet grill. By properly seasoning your grill, you'll prevent food from sticking and ensuring that it cooks evenly. You should also make sure that the pellets are clean as possible. By doing this, you'll be able to prevent any flare-ups and uneven cooking. If you are a beginner, this may be the ideal option for you.

One of the most important pellet grill tips is to use a specialized water pan. It can be placed over the racks in the smoker. You can place the pans in the freezer to store the water and avoid the meat from drying out. Then, cover the entire grill with foil to prevent the heat from escaping. A good pellet smoker has a water vapor chamber, which is ideal for slow-cooking brisket.

When using a pellet grill, make sure you purchase hardwood pellets. Unlike home-heating pellets, hardwood pellets should be purchased specifically for use on a pellet grill. While not all types of foods are suited to smoke, most of them will do well with smoke added to them. Besides, if you want to smoke brisket for an extended period of time, you should buy a hardwood-pellet smoker with a water pan.


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How Do I Get More Smoke From My Traeger?

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If you're wondering how to get more smoke from your Traeger, there are several options available to you. One of the easiest ways to increase the amount of smoke coming out of your smoker is to lower the temperature. If you cook at too high a temperature, you'll be cooking at too low a temperature. As a result, your meat will cook unevenly and you won't get the deep flavor and aroma of smoked meat you've been looking for.

The first option is to use low smoking temperatures during the first hour of cooking. This will ensure that your meat gets most of the nitrogen it needs, which is essential for a great smoke ring. You can also reduce the amount of fat on your meat and the temperature of the smoker itself. By doing so, you'll have more control over the amount of smoke your meat produces, which is important for achieving the perfect smoke ring.

You can also cook longer at a lower temperature to enhance the smoke in your food. In doing so, you will give your meat more time to absorb the flavors of the smoke. You should also cover the drip tray with aluminum foil to make cleaning easier. Another option is to add wood chips to the smoker. Finally, try adding more hardwood pellets. But remember that the longer you cook, the more smoke you'll get.

When preparing your next smoked meat, try using a Pellet Grill. This method will give you more smoke than you'd get from a charcoal grill. While wood pellets add a great flavor to your food, you can use other types of pellets, such as hickory and oak, for an even more authentic smoke flavor. If you want to smoke a whole pig, you can use alder, hickory, or even a wood blend.

Depending on the size of your food, you may have to smoke it for a longer period of time. A few minutes might do for salmon, while a large brisket might take several hours. The more smoke you get, the better, and the more flavorful your food will be. But, you should keep in mind that pellets can be expensive, so you should check if they will work for your specific needs.

If you have a Traeger smoker, you can choose to add a wood pellet to the fire. You can also use a shop-vac to clean the firepot, auger entry, and fans of the smoker. After cleaning the unit, turn it on and check the amount of smoke from the grill. It will emit a small amount of smoke by itself, but you can also add more if you want to.


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Are Propane Grills Safe?

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The National Fire Protection Association has tips on grill safety. Make sure that the food you cook does not touch the heat source, or you risk cross contamination. You can prevent this by using disposable gloves to handle raw meat. You should wash your hands thoroughly before handling other ingredients or food. Before you start cooking, be sure to remove the gloves and wash your hands with soap and water. When you have finished grilling, clean the grates. After cleaning the grates, you should discard them.

Proper placement is critical. Make sure that the grill is not too close to structures. Ensure that you have a clear area around it. When using a gas grill, the hose should not be left out. The debris from the grill can fall onto the hose, causing a leak. You should also keep children away from the grill. Keeping kids out of reach is essential. Ideally, you should place the grill far enough from people and structures to keep children away.

Propane tanks should be stored in a dry, shady area. Do not store the cylinder in an enclosed garage or indoor. Ensure that there are no cracks or splits. You should also check the hose for cracks, and check for any evidence of critters or insects. If you find any of these signs, you should replace it. However, if you want to use gas grills outdoors, you should check with a local retailer or propane provider for the best advice.

Propane tanks should be kept upright while being transported. Never store propane tanks on their sides, as the valves may be open when you open them. If you find that your propane tank has a leak, the gas could spill onto the grill. This can be dangerous to you and your family. If you have a gas grill, always use one tank and never store an empty one. This is due to the fact that the fire risk is higher in a tank that is not connected to the main source of propane.

Propane tanks should not be used in confined spaces. The gas tanks are designed to be placed outside where children cannot easily reach them. They can be a flammable fire hazard. Having a propane tank indoors is not a good idea. It can be dangerous to your family. If it gets wet, it will explode into flames. So, it is important to have a safe space for your grill.

You can also avoid fire by grilling in a designated area. A barbecue grill should be placed on a level surface, which will prevent a grease fire. When cooking, it is important to keep the flames away from the fire by putting on a breathable cover. This will protect you and your guests from burns. If you use a charcoal grill, be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions to avoid a grease spill.


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