Grill slow using a low fire
Hold your hand close to the fire for 3-4 seconds. If that is not possible,
your fire is too hot!
The meat will be more flavorable cooking slower for 20 minutes instead
of scaring in 10.
the grill with Pam
Using gloves or pliers, remove hot grill from the BBQ pit and spray with
Pam. This will help prevent your food from sticking to the surface of
the grill while cooking.
Warning: DO NOT SPRAY
THE GRILL WHILE IT IS OVER THE FIRE!
Check your grill every 3-5 minutes in order to watch over the fire and
rotate the meat when necessary. If flaming occurs
you will be there to save your food from disaster.
Use drops of water or close off the air vents to reduce the flame.
Use Charcoal for better taste and flavor
Gas grills are a great convience, however to cook the best BBQ you must
use charcoal or wood to get the best flavor and taste from your food
Grilling woods for direct heat: Mesquite, Hickory, Pecan
Smoking woods for indirect heat: Pecan, Apple, Mesquite, Hickory
Use metal skewers if possible - they don't burn. If you use wooden skewers,
soak them in clean water. This will help keep them from burning.