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Spring Cleaning

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It finally happened, spring has sprung. We know that you are all year round grillers, but it can be tough to find time in those frigid months to clean out your grill.  Now that the weather has turned warmer it's go time for getting your grill clean and performing optimally. One of the first things we like to do is a good clean burn.   No not like that.  Clean burning is a great safe way to get all the excess grease and carbon out of your ceramic grill. Its also a good opportunity to burn off anything on your stainless...

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The Holiday Ham

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Make your next holiday meal stand out.

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What makes up a kamado, egg, or ceramic grill?

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What makes up a kamado, egg, or ceramic grill?

A ceramic grill, often called an egg, kamado, or insulated smoker, is one of the best cooking tools available to at home cooks today. At first glance it can seem like a intimidating system, but in reality its easy and fun to use. Some of the brands you might recognize are Big Green Egg, Kamado Joe, Vision, and Primo. This short video illustrates the different parts of the grill and how the pieces work together 

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Grill Maintenance - The Gasket

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The gasket may be one of the cleaning and maintenance items you are forgetting on your Big Green Egg, Kamado Joe, or other ceramic grill. The gasket is a key piece of your grill that keeps it operating properly. The upper and lower gasket on your dome and base seal your grill and make it fairly air tight. This ensures that the only air getting in is through your bottom vent and the only air getting out is through your top vent. If your gasket isn't sealing properly you can suck air into the grill and let smoke out. Signs...

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I want my baby back ribs, four ways

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I want my baby back ribs, four ways

Four Way Ribs Baby back ribs are not always the star of the show when it comes to rib styles, but they are a crowd favorite and are suited for trying out some new flavors.  We are going with 4 different flavors for this cook. We split each rack in half and got started.  First of all you have to get your grill set up. Make sure your grill has enough charcoal to last 5 hours. I err on the side of more charcoal and just close up the grill after the cook to preserve what is left. For this...

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