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Content tagged with “Grilling”

Grilling with Wooden Skewers
Wrap the exposed parts with foil to keep them from burning. (Contrary to conventional wisdom, soaking skewers in water...
Oiling a Grill Rack
Oil a folded paper towel, hold it with tongs and rub it over the rack. (Do not use cooking spray on a hot grill.) When...
Glazing Food on the Grill
Glaze food on the grill only during the last few minutes of cooking to prevent the sugar in the glaze from burning.
Grilling Fish in a Basket
Grill baskets come in many shapes and sizes. We like large fish baskets (not the single-fish style) sometimes called a...
Making Grill Marks
Want to make those “fancy” grill marks like the ones restaurant cooks make? It’s really quite simple. Just rotate what...
Making Foil Cooking Packets for the Grill
Step 1. Stack two 20-inch sheets of foil (the double layers will help protect the ingredients on the bottom from...
Grilling Successfully
Direct or indirect? Direct grilling is used for foods that require a relatively short grilling time, while indirect...
Cleaning the Grill Rack
This is easiest right after cooking while the coals are still hot or burners still lit. Dip a long-handled stiff wire...
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