When you think of barbecue, you bring up images of fresh outdoor weather and the smell of the grill. Barbecue also brings to mind that certain tangy spicy flavouring used in many dishes, not just sauce you can put on grilled meats.
When cooking on the barbecue, it is best to always maintain a clean grill free of debris. Purchase a grill friendly cooking spray and use it before your food hits the grill rails. Keep a close eye on your food at all times so as not to over or undercook it. Give the grill plenty of time to get nice and hot so you are ready to cook with everything ready. It also helps to keep a spray bottle of water around to douse any grease fires.
If cooking with barbecue flavour, you can marinate any meat with barbecue sauce or barbecue seasoning. It helps to do this anywhere from two to twenty-four hours before cooking. Barbecue flavours add significant depth and substance to any recipe. A recipe with barbecue flavour does not have to be something that ends up on the grill.
Barbecuing is a great way to cook any meats and an excellent way to cook vegetables. The smoky smells and tastes of the grill and barbecue seasons are an uplifting delight to the senses, and a lot of fun to work with.