😉Here are some tips for grilling😉

😉Here are some tips for grillin😉

 

  • Clean the grill: Make sure to clean the grill grates before each use to prevent food from sticking and to ensure even cooking.
  • Preheat the grill: It's important to preheat the grill for about 10-15 minutes before cooking to ensure that the grates are hot enough to sear the food and create those grill marks.

 

  • Oil the grill: Before adding your food, brush the grates with oil to prevent sticking.

 

  • Use a meat thermometer: To ensure that your meat is cooked to the proper temperature, use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature. This will help prevent undercooking or overcooking your meat.

 

  • Let meat rest: Once you've removed your meat from the grill, let it rest for a few minutes before cutting into it. This will allow the juices to redistribute throughout the meat and prevent it from becoming dry.

 

  • Don't flip too often: Resist the urge to constantly flip your food. Instead, let it cook on one side for a few minutes before flipping it over.

 

  • Experiment with marinades and rubs: Adding a marinade or rub to your meat before grilling can add a lot of flavor. Try experimenting with different flavors to find your favorite combination.

 

  • Keep a spray bottle handy: If you have flare-ups, a spray bottle filled with water can help to control the flames.

 

  • Don't overcrowd the grill: Make sure to leave enough space between your food on the grill so that it cooks evenly.

 

  • Have fun and be creative: Grilling is a great way to experiment with new flavors and cooking techniques. Don't be afraid to try something new and have fun with it!

 

 

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Just purchased a Monument grill and am very happy with it BUT the flame guards rattle against the interior of the firebox when anyone walks near the grill. I know that the guards can’t be secured in place but can I put anything between the guards and their resting place?
Linda Sershen,

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