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6 Different Methods for Grilling the Perfect Sausage

6 Different Methods for Grilling the Perfect Sausage

Sausages are made for your BBQ: the smoky heat from the grill will enhance the flavour of any sausage and bring out its natural juices. In some respects, sausage is one of the easier meats to grill as you don’t need to worry about marinades or precise cooking times. However, it’s easy for this simple dish to go very wrong.
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9 Tips for Grilling the Steak of Your Dreams

9 Tips for Grilling the Steak of Your Dreams

You’re not a BBQ pro until you’ve mastered the art of steak.
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Top 10 Grilling Mistakes – and How to Fix Them

Top 10 Grilling Mistakes – and How to Fix Them

Barbecuing is an easy, fun way to get the most flavour out of your food – but simple mistakes can make the difference between a great barbecue, and one so great your neighbors will tell their friends about it. Whether you’re a grill-master or a budding barbecue-r, use these tips to break out of old habits – or prevent such habits from forming. Make your summer barbecue the best it can be by fixing the following common BBQ mistakes:
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9 Non-Meat BBQ Treats for the Summer

9 Non-Meat BBQ Treats for the Summer

Elevate your cheese plate this summerby taking it to the bbq. For best results, coat your brie in olive oil, wrap it in foil, and grill over indirect heat for a few minutes before flipping.Next, open the tin foil slightly and add your toppings –the above recipe uses peaches, but cherries and strawberries are also great options.[...]
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Baker’s Dozen of BBQs: Grilling traditions of 13 Countries

Baker’s Dozen of BBQs: Grilling traditions of 13 Countries

Barbecuing is so important in South Africa that there’s a public holiday to celebrate it: on September 24th, South Africans observe “National Braai Day.” Braai - which is Afrikaans for “barbecue” or “roast” - is a recognized word in every single one of South Africa’s 11 official languages.
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The Smokin’ Benefits of Cooking Low & Slow

The Smokin’ Benefits of Cooking Low & Slow

Once grillers master the perfectly seared steak and their cedar plank skills are on point, they usually step up their game by learning to use a smoker. It is surprisingly easy with a bit of practice and patience. Low and slow is the name of this barbecue game. [...]
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Hit the Gas! We're Getting Grill-Ready for Spring

Hit the Gas! We're Getting Grill-Ready for Spring

There are two kinds of people in this world. Fairweather grillers who force their barbecues into winter hibernation and those who are hardcore; allowing no snow, rain, hail or tornado warnings to get in the way of their grilling time. [...]
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4 Tips for Healthy Grilling

4 Tips for Healthy Grilling

Eating healthier is one of the most popular resolutions for the New Year. Yet, 92% of us fail at keeping our resolutions. Yikes! That’s a lot. But with the right barbecue and a few tips for healthy grilling from the pros at Barbecue Country, we have faith that you’ll keep this resolution for years to come. [...]
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The Best and Fastest Way to Grill a Delicious Christmas Turkey

The Best and Fastest Way to Grill a Delicious Christmas Turkey

What goes into making Christmas dinner? Well, most people would say you need the basics like potatoes, roasted vegetables, stuffing, baked pies and of course the turkey. Depending on how many mouths you have to feed, there could be several more options not to mention larger quantities of each dish. [...]
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A Few of our Favourite Things: Cooking Tiles, Smoke Powder and Spices, oh my!

A Few of our Favourite Things: Cooking Tiles, Smoke Powder and Spices, oh my!

Since long ago, food has been exposed to smoke to preserve it better. Today, it is an art form. Using different types of wood in the smoking process brings the flavours to a whole new level and Vital Smoke Powder has trapped beautiful mesquite and hickory aromas in a bottle. Use a pinch in your next roast, stew, chili, sauces and more.
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