Clean Your Cooking Grates with an Onion

Grill brush looking a little worse for wear? If you don’t have a scraping brush for your grill and your cooking grates are looking a little grimy, never fear! All you need is an onion. Simply slice an onion in half, stick a fork in it, and rub the cut side on your hot grill. The onion will scrape all the grit and grime right off your grill, no tools required.

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Rosemary Sprig Skewers

Rosemary is one of the most aromatic and flavorful herbs. Its needle-like leaves have a pronounced lemon-pine flavor, with hints of mustard, that pairs well with vegetables, fish and meat. Instead of just using diced…

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Discover Us on Yummly

Griller’s Spot is excited to be an official Yummly publisher! Never heard of Yummly? Let us introduce you. What Is Yummly? Yummly isn’t just any social network – it’s the social network for home chefs,…

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Grilled Peaches Recipe

Peaches are in season and we couldn’t be happier! Grilled peaches are easy to prepare and an extremely versatile addition to your grilling repertoire. Our favorite ways to use them are as an accompaniment to…

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Checking for Gas Leaks

Checking your barbecue for gas leaks is easy to do and should be part of your routine maintenance to ensure that your grill is proper working order. Gas leaks are typically caused by loose connections…

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Is My Steak Done?

Overcooked, underdone, and everywhere in between – we’ve all been left wondering “Is my steak done?” Take out the guess work! A meat thermometer is great for large cuts of meat or whole birds, but poking…

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