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Barbecue Tips: The Dos And Dont's

Do you feel sick and tired of eating burnt pork barbecues? Burnt meat is not actually good for the body. Barbecue does not mean having meat burned and eat it. It is supposed to be a very delectable food that everyone must enjoy. To enjoy barbecues, it must be prepared in a proper way. The truth is that cooking barbecues is not as easy as what a lot think it is.

You need to follow series of steps and practice makes every barbecue juicy and tasty.

Do trim out the excess fat of the meat before you start grilling it. This step would be very healthful.

Do marinate the meat for barbecue using your favorite marinade. The use of barbecue rub before placing it in the refrigerator is another way of making the barbecue absorb extra flavor.

Do make sure that you use the right temperature

Wait for the coal to reach the right hotness so that you will not have a hard time grilling and the meat would be cooked very well. It will also let you have the taste you want and not the mere black color due to over grilling.

Do the grilling by taking time. Always remember that the span of time depends on how big or small the slices are. Quick cooking does not apply best in barbecuing. The idea of using much fire to cook barbecue fast is neither a good one.

Do have the freedom to experiment and try cooking styles out.


Do not turn it up and down any time you want to. This will just make the barbecue time longer.

Do not use fuel for the coal. This is a no-no. Instead of tasting the juicy barbecue, you may just eat a fuel-flavored barbecue if you do that case. It is better to use non-toxic firelighters.

Do not check out your barbecue like 5 times in a minute. This will just delay the process.

Cooking barbecue is not all about the amount of heat, the task and so on� It has to be a well-done process. It is not really a skill to master. It just needs patience. Serve the best.

Submitted by:

Mark Dodd

Mark Dodd is a freelance writer for the Cooking Times. He writes a regular column which is published every Thursday. His latest 'favorite pick' is Barbecue.


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