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Grilling is a trial and error experience. With plenty of time in front your Weber grill, you too can become a master griller. Looking to get proficient in the language of barbecue sooner than that? If you’re a visual learner, well we’ve got you covered. These seven techniques will have you feeling pretty good about your high grill marks.
The Snake Method
It’s difficult to manage the “low and slow” smoking technique on a charcoal grill. Coal biscuits can be finicky so arrangement is key. This method will ensure a long grilling period with consistent heat, try it out.
Grilled corn is a staple at cookouts. Not sure how to get that perfectly golden cob? This technique allows for multiple types of seasoning.
Homemade Barbecue Sauce
In under 30 minutes, you can whip up your own barbecue sauce. This great recipe uses brown sugar and molasses to sweeten the heat.
Fish is one of the most problematic foods to cook on the grill. The fragile flakiness of the filet can get stuck to the grates easily. The key here is to always cook fish in medium high heat. Keep the skin on your fish if possible which keeps it from flaking off while on the grill.
Spiralize Hot Dogs
If you’ve never heard of hot dog spirals, you’ll be glad you do now. This easy technique allows for a more flavorful dog with plenty of nooks and crannies for toppings.
Steph Anderson of Confessions of a Stay-at-Home Mom grills her pizza dough on one side before adding the toppings. This way your dough has a chance to get a nice crispy crust.
Layering a slice of American cheese on top of your patties is for beginners. Take your burgers to the next level by putting the cheese inside.