How do I cure a barbeque grill?

Answer Put coal in the grill. Add a squirt of lighter fluid and light with a long match. Allow the coal to burn until the grill is 400 degrees. Close the vent to reduce oxygen, allowing the heat to drop t... Read More »

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How do I clean a barbeque grill?

Clean your grill while it is still hot from use. On a gas grill, turn the burner to high for 10-15 minutes. On a charcoal grill, lower the grate to the lowest position. Allow the food residue to b... Read More »

Mesh Grill Vs. Closed Lid for a Charcoal Barbeque?

Charcoal barbecuing incorporates the most primal of cooking techniques--preparing food over live fire fueled with carbonized hardwood. Nearly all charcoal grills either are the closed lid or open m... Read More »

The Safest & Best Ways to Clean a Barbeque Grill?

You might think that the high heat used when cooking on a barbecue grill means that you do not need to clean it, but that is not true. Grills should be thoroughly cleaned just like any other cookin... Read More »

How do I clean burned-on food from a barbeque grill?

Light a fire, using wood or charcoal underneath the grate. Let the coals get white-hot, and let the grate sit over high heat for at least 10 minutes. If you have a gas grill, turn it on high heat, ... Read More »