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About six months ago I realized that we needed to do something to renovate our kitchen. It was old, outdated, and a little non-functional. I didn't know what to do to improve things, but a friend of mine mentioned that it might be smart to go through and replace the appliances. We started going shopping, and I realized that we needed to figure out where to get a great deal. We started combing through sales, and I actually got pretty good at snagging bargains. This blog is all about learning more about the latest appliance so that you can renovate on a dime.


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4 Ways To Grill Like A Pro On Your Gas Grill

by Karl Jacobs

When it comes to grilling, you don't have to be a pro in the kitchen. Even if you're not that great of a cook, you can use a gas grill to prepare some tasty selections. If you're new to gas grilling, learn some tricks of the trade that can help you grill like a pro. 

1. Know When To Open And When To Close

People often cook on their gas grills with the lid closed; however, it's not always the best option. Only grill with the lid closed when you are cooking with lean cuts of meat. For fatty cuts of meat, such as pork and beef, keep the lid open. Closing the lid when cooking fatty foods can increase the likelihood of a grease fire, which will char whatever it is you're cooking.

2. Trim, But Not Too Much

Before you cook, you want to prepare the meat, which often involves trimming the fat. While you want to trim some of the fat, as too much fat on the meat can also increase the risk of a grease fire, don't trim all of the fat. Much of the flavor and moisture in meat is in the fat. If you trim all of the fat away, the meat might be dull-tasting and dry, which is no good. 

3. Leave Some Room

Sure, you want the food to be done as soon as possible so that you can enjoy it. Yet, you do not want to overcrowd the grill. Food needs space to cook properly. When too much food is packed on the grill, the steam and heat from the grill cannot properly circulate around the food, which can lead to uneven cooking. Additionally, if you suddenly have grease flames spark up, you won't have space to quickly move the food around.

4. Keep the Grill Clean

Ensure you keep your grill clean. In the same manner that you wouldn't use a pot over and over to cook without cleaning, you should not keep using the grill grates without cleaning. Sure, given the high heat levels achieved by a gas grill, you might not have to worry as much about germ transfers, but you will have to worry about the taste of old charred food pieces being transferred onto your food. Always clean the grill after every use. 

A gas grill is a universal cooking machine, whether it's meat, fish, vegetables, or even fruit, you can use your grill to bring flavor to all your favorite dishes.