Rule number one when storing charcoal is to never let it get moist or wet. So let’s talk about what you need to do to ensure that.
The easy thing would be to say, “As long as you need to,” and then move on. But this is Barbehow, and you get better advice than that.
Chicken keeps sticking to your grill’s grate? Here are the main reasons why—and the things that you can do about it.
There are right and wrong ways to thaw out a frozen pork shoulder. Do this to prevent food poisoning for yourself and those at the table.
We all know it should be in the thickest part of the meat. But there are many thick parts of a brisket. So how do you go about it?
It’s time to answer the question that every grilling enthusiast sometimes thinks but never wants to ask.
Brisket done too early? Guests arriving late? Whatever the case, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to keep your brisket warm and safe to eat.
When your brisket is so salty, it almost made you jump in the air at first bite, try these fixes.
It’s called a gas grill for a reason! Here’s why you can’t just throw charcoal in every gas grill, and why it matters.
There’s more to grilling than getting a good sear on your steaks. Let’s talk about putting the “safety” in grilling.
To give you the long and the short of it, of course you can. It’s your grill! Now, whether you want to is a different story, and this is why.
It’s grilling season! If you’re hooking up a gas grill to a propane tank for the first time or just need a reminder, these tips will help.
It’s the question that makes some giggle, and keeps others awake at night. The answer, as it turns out, has a twist to it.
Rule no. 1: Don’t get caught in the rain with your pants down. Rule no. 2: Don’t forget to cover your grill.
Can you switch from propane tank to natural gas hookup and back? We’ll give you the no-B.S. answer.
A wood deck that isn’t squeaky clean is no wood deck at all. If the splatter from your food made a mess of your deck, here’s how to clean it.
Garage? Or grill? But can you do both? Let’s talk about if it’s a good idea or not to grill in the garage.
Built-in grills don’t come cheap. This begs the question: Can you adapt a regular grill and use it as a built-in?
Imagine a place where the only thing between your mouth and grilled meat is salt water.
Sunny days, salty air, and the smell of freshly grilled food. Is this something Oak Island, North Carolina, beachgoers can enjoy?
Navarre Beach, Florida. You can sure get some suntan there! But can you grill food over a fire while doing it?
It’s summer! And if you ain’t grilling on the beach, you ain’t grilling at all. But can you do it on Daytona?
So you’re vacationing in Biloxi? Don’t forget to bring suntan lotion! But can you also bring burgers… and a few ribeyes?
A brisket cooked just right is one with the perfect balance of flavor and tenderness. Here’s how to tell when it isn’t.
So you want to know the difference between the two cuts of brisket? No more guessing after you read this article!
We’re not experts in your barbecue. But we’re experts at helping you fix it. Here’s what to do when your brisket smells like sulfur.
Don’t put your food in the hands of the neighborhood arsonist. And don’t let that arsonist be you!
The long and the short of it is, “As high as you need it to be!” When it comes to the height of your grill grate, make sure it’s right.
It takes a lot of meat to make a good cookout. Here’s how to arrange it in your smoker.
The complete guide to smoking any cut of meat on your first try.
Now we’re cooking with gas, baby! Here’s how to make the most of it.
Nobody wants a brisket that’s all tough and dried out. So here’s how to keep it moist during smoking.
The dos and don’ts of keeping your brisket warm after you’ve carved it. (And why keep it warm in the first place.)
Gas grills take a while to get up to heat. And they don’t cook your steaks instantaneously. Does that mean you can leave them unattended?
No, you can’t just light it up and get out. Why you should always watch your charcoal grill—and the food that’s sizzling on it.
The thinking person’s guide to what to do with the charcoal post-grilling.
Are you supposed to wait till the coals in your pit have turned white? These tips will help you master charcoal grilling.
No butcher’s twine? No problem! Here’s what else to use to tie up any bird or roast.
The deck is every homeowner’s backyard recreation area. The question of the day is, should you grill on it?
You know the feeling when you’ve lost the battle and your sausages split, and it ain’t good. Here’s how to prevent that from ever happening again.
The great grilling dilemma, solved. And why the real question to ask here is, “How thick are your burgers?”
Grill, don’t drink. If you’re out of lighter fluid, the good stuff on your liquor shelf may be the best solution to fire up the grill.
Good grilling is as much about the fuel as it is about the meat. And, when it comes to fuel, there is no other fuel like firewood.
If you want to grill like a pro, should you get an electric grill? We explore electric grills’ pros and cons.
No flame? Low flame? Sputtering flame? Here’s how to tell if the regulator on your gas grill has gone bad.
All about grilling on a balcony. Is it safe, can you legally do it, and what to watch out for if you decide to do it nevertheless.
Burgers that fall apart no more! We share the secrets to burgers that hold their shape on the grill.
Believe it or not, it’s a question we get all the time. So here’s our best answer.
Got a grimy and greasy grates situation, but you’re short on time? Fear not.
When the grates are the dirtiest spot on your grill, it’s “Houston we have a problem.” Here’s why and how to deal with it.