There’s nothing like a good barbeque in the heat of summer. Around the world, people celebrate life’s milestones around a fire.
Even in the dead of winter, grilling a juicy steak or some BBQ chicken can help you feel warm and remind you of the golden days of summer that are right around the corner.
There is something primitive and earthy about watching the fire burn down and then cooking your food on the coals. The end result need not be primitive if you know just what to do with the meat on the grill. With some assistance, you could improve your cooking experience and transform your barbeque to a gourmet cooking encounter.
This infographic aims to help you do just that, offering helpful advice on a range of meat, poultry, and seafood with cooking instructions and ideal temperatures. It also offers useful tips on cooking, resting, serving, and storing your meat from the coals.
Now all you have to do is plan your dinner party, invite the guests, and prepare to wow your friends and family with your newly acquired barbeque cooking skills,
The aroma of meat on the coals as it wafts through the warm summer air to the sound of cicadas has got to be one of the most satisfying weekend experiences. Add to that your new-found skills and a tasty rub and you have a recipe made in heaven.