You have decided that this fall is when you are going to start a new tradition at your home. Â Itâ€™s time to take advantage of the autumn weather by getting outside and having a Bar-B-Q. Here are a few steps to take to make sure your new tradition gets off on the right foot. Pick The Right Grill
If you donâ€™t have a grill, take some time to consider what kind of grill you need. Â Where will you be grilling? Â How often and what kind of food will be on your menu? Â If you are looking to do small amounts of food with less regularity, a small portable grill should meet your needs. Â However, if you plan on grilling more often and preparing mass quantities, the investment in a larger covered grill
will be worth it. Â Keep your taste preferences in mind too. Â Do you like the taste provided by a charcoal flame? Â Is the subtle flavor from a gas grill more your speed? Pick the Right Tools
Long-handled tools such as tongs, basting brushes and spatulas are crucial when it is time to get your meat on the grill and cook it properly. Â In addition, a good thermometer allows you to monitor the temperature of your food in a safe, efficient manner. Â A good pair of grilling gloves helps keep you safe while you do your work at the grill
. Keep the Food Warm
Once the meat is ready to eat, you may need to keep it warm for awhile before meal time. Â Warming drawers can do this job very well. Â Various models and sizes of warming drawers are available to meet your needs.
Get your new Bar-B-Q tradition going in style this fall. Â Contact K&N Sales
for assistance with your grilling needs.