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BBQ 101- Tools of the Trade Recipe

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Oversized and expensive is how I would characterize the market for barbeque utensils. And somewhere out there someone is making a killing. In order to avoid this trap I would recommend using a restaurant supply store like Smart and Final on Gutierrez for the staples like tongs, spatulas, brushes and disposable serving plates.

Tip: Grilling and Barbeque can be a dirty endeavor. I recommend a pair of inexpensive leather work gloves that can be used when cleaning your grill and to diffuse the heat as you move your meat or fish.

If you are a charcoal or wood grill enthusiast I highly recommend you invest in a chimney starter. These are simple and easy to use and you avoid the lingering taste of jet fuel that get's thrown off by lighter fluid. Other options include electric lighters and old fashioned newspaper.

As was mentioned earlier, one way to overcome the deficiencies of a gas grill is to use a small smoker box to introduce flavor. These can be found at most hardware retailers or online at Barbeques Galore.

 

 

 

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