PAY AND DOWNLOAD:
If you are truly serious about mastering the art of the Grill, then this guide will spare you the
embarrassment and headaches of learning from needless misteaks (pun intended).
Gas Grill or Charcoal?
Easy answer: Charcoal
You’ll never get that distinctly oh-so-wonderful flavor that the Grill was invented for in the first place
by using a Gas Grill. Another advantage of the Charcoal Grill is that you can enhance the flavor by
adding wood chips.
The ideal set-up is the combination Griller-Smoker.
If your wallet or purse can swing it, you’ll never be sorry!
This is an investment in your future. Your entire reputation: as the only Cook on the block worth his or
her weight in Prime Angus Beef, is on the line here. Buy the best Grill you can: one that is high-quality,
sturdy, and with stout cast iron slabs that will stand the test of time; none of that flimsy throwaway stuff
from the Dollar store.
Seasoning Your New Grill
take that wire brush out of the Grilling Tool Kit you got from the family last June and toss it into your
regular toolbox. It comes in handy later on for cleaning battery posts and such. You’ll surely hear
otherwise, but scrubbing your grill with a harsh abrasive will take away the layer of carbon that you