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Traeger's Grill App Now Works With Your Apple Watch

Traeger pellet grills and smokers are the centerpieces of many suburban barbecues, and those lucky enough to be able to tend these machines are considered gods among the brisket set. Now, after years of only being able to check and tweak your grill via your phone, Traeger is now offering an Apple Watch app for…Read more...
Tags: Home, Science, Food And Drink, Apple Watch, Barbecue, Apple Inc, Mobile App, Traeger, Personal Life, Grills, Barbecue Grill, Pellet Grill, Technology Internet


The 5 best BBQ smokers in 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky A smoker is a great tool for flavoring and preserving food, and smoked meats are always a crowd-pleaser.While smoking is a time investment, it's a relatively hands-off process, requiring only occasional checks.Our favorite smoker is the Dyna-Glo Wide Body Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker for its small footprint, yet spacious cooking surface.See also: The best charcoal grills, the best propane grillsFew outdoor cooking appliances fit the bill of "set it and forge...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Cooking, Trends, Features, Buying Guide, Barbecue, Traeger, Steven John, Barbeque, Outdoor Cooking, Masterbuilt, Nexgrill, Product Card, Insider Picks Guides, Best Guides


Nomad’s charcoal grill suitcase is modern ingenuity combined with classic cooking

Dallas-based Nomad set out to take an age-old cooking method and modernize it – but not by introducing connected or smart features. Instead, the Nomad Grill & Smoker takes classic charcoal grilling and relies on clever industrial design to make it packable and portable, while making sure cooks of all expertise levels can make great-tasting food even if they’re cooking with charcoal for the first time. Basics Nomad’s grill looks like some kind of fancy protective case that you’d expect to see t...
Tags: Reviews, Food, Cooking, Startups, TC, Gadgets, Chef, Hardware, Smoking, Tech, Food And Drink, Dallas, Manufacturing, Grilling, Barbecue, Nomad


Weber acquires smart cooking start-up June

Outdoor cooking industry leader and famed Kettle grill-maker Weber has acquired June, the smart cooking startup founded in 2013 by Matt Van Horn and Nikhil Bhogal. While financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, Weber has confirmed that June will continue to operate as its own branded wholly owned by Weber-Stephen Products, and will continue to both sell and develop the June Oven and related products. Meanwhile, June co-founder Nikhil Bhogal will take on a role as SVP of Technology and Conn...
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Weber acquires smart cooking startup June

Outdoor cooking industry leader and famed kettle-grill-maker Weber has acquired June, the smart cooking startup founded in 2013 by Matt Van Horn and Nikhil Bhogal. While financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, Weber has confirmed that June will continue to operate as its own brand wholly owned by Weber-Stephen Products and will continue to both sell and develop the June Oven and related products. Meanwhile, June co-founder Nikhil Bhogal will take on a role as SVP of Technology and Connect...
Tags: Apple, Food, Cooking, Startups, TC, Gadgets, Hardware, Tech, M&a, Hobbies, Grilling, Barbecue, First Round Capital, Exit, Weber, Jim


The Otto Wilde Grill delivers the drama of delicious restaurant steak at home

Like many folks this year, I have been cooking a lot. Though I’ve always loved food and have had a deep and abiding interest for the art of cooking, I’ve definitely pushed myself to learn how to do a lot of things from scratch in the kitchen this year. From cooking a decent CTM to a respectable pie, I have hit a lot of my personal milestones over the past few months. One of the unforeseen consequences of my culinarily driven efforts to stay sane during quarantine this year has been a foray in...
Tags: Meat, Food, TC, Cook, California, Youtube, Oil, Tech, Beef, Food And Drink, Steak, Grilling, Barbecue, Ctm, Otto, BGE


The Otto Wilde Grill brings the drama of delicious restaurant steak home

Like many folks this year, I have been cooking a lot. Though I’ve always loved food and have had a deep and abiding interest for the art of cooking, I’ve definitely pushed myself to learn how to do a lot of things from scratch in the kitchen this year. From cooking a decent CTM to a respectable pie, I have hit a lot of my personal milestones over the past few months. One of the unforeseen consequences of my culinarily driven efforts to stay sane during quarantine this year has been a foray in...
Tags: Meat, Food, TC, Cook, California, Youtube, Oil, Tech, Beef, Food And Drink, Steak, Grilling, Barbecue, Ctm, Otto, BGE


Volunteer barbecue chefs in Louisiana are feeding hundreds of thousands of people affected by Hurricane Laura

Volunteers with Operation BBQ Relief preparing chicken to distribute to Hurricane Laura victims in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Spike Johnson for Business Insider Today Volunteers with Operation BBQ Relief are preparing home-cooked meals to deliver to victims of Hurricane Laura in Louisiana. The group's founder estimated they'll make as many as 20,000 barbecue meals a day. Hurricane Laura was the strongest hurricane to hit Louisiana since 1865, and could cause up to $12 billion in damages. Vie...
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3 Sure Fire Ways To Ensure Barbecue Success

With the Covid-19 restrictions beginning to ease, you might be planning to meet up with friends and family for the first time in months. Rather than risk being indoors, you want to organize a gathering that remains outdoors, safe, and secure for those individuals who might be a little nervous venturing out once again. What better soiree to enjoy than a barbecue? If you are blessed with plenty of outdoor space, you might be keen to host some al fresco dining. Meeting up with your nearest and dear...
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17 ways to cook with honey – from a treacly pear tart to delicious panna cotta

Honey is one of the most versatile ingredients, equally useful whether you are cooking a butternut squash, preparing a barbecue marinade or making a sweet, simple ice-creamHoney comes in many forms: runny, set, wild, farmed, raw, processed. It can be filtered simply – to remove bits of wax and the odd bee leg – or more aggressively, so the end product is flawlessly clear. Monofloral types, from hives that pollinate a particular sort of plant, such as acacia, manuka and sage, can command high pri...
Tags: Food, Cake, Life and style, Dessert, Barbecue, Salad, Ice-cream and sorbet


A Texas-Size Taste of Barbecue

These ribs arrive, by way of Lewis Barbecue in Charleston, S.C., ready for a few hours of cooking.
Tags: Meat, News, Restaurants, Restaurant, Barbecue, Sc, Charleston, Charleston (SC, Lewis Barbecue, Mail Order Companies, Lewis Barbecue (Charleston, Texas Size Taste of Barbecue


5 New-Age Ways of Relaxation for Dads

Life is getting more complicated day by day with pressures from various aspects of life wearing.  Such an intense lifestyle can take a toll on you. You will experience a lot of these pressures as a father in this generation. Bearing a ton of social responsibilities, you will always need some relaxation time for yourself to take a nice break and to start afresh. Fortunately, with the added responsibilities of the new age, there are also some incredibly effective ways to relax your mind and body...
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6 Steps to the Best Barbecued Ribs

A backyard grill can easily produce the spicy, smoky slabs that for many are barbecue’s ultimate prize.
Tags: News, Recipes, Pork, Barbecue, Cooking and Cookbooks, Grilling (Cooking


From sizzling shashlik to spicy seekh kebabs: barbecue recipes from around the world

Forget burgers, ribs and hot dogs – outdoor grilling isn’t only popular in the US. Here are six other cultures to look to for a thrilling grillBarbecue talk is usually delivered in an American accent. The land of pit ribs and tattooed barbecue bros has come to dominate how we perceive grilling outdoors. Yet people cook over charcoal and flames all around the world. Looking for fresh barbecue inspiration this summer? It is time to broaden your horizons. Continue reading...
Tags: Meat, Food, US, Vegetables, Life and style, Barbecue


Asmoke’s portable pellet grill is super affordable and great for small spaces

Smokers and pellet grills are growing in popularity, likely because a lot more people are cooking at home – and looking for other ways to up their home chef game. The Asmoke Pellet Grill, which is currently in the final stretch of a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, has a price point that’s far below most other options out there – but don’t let the price tag fool you, the grill packs more punch than its cost and portable size might suggest. Basics If you’re not familiar with pellet grills, t...
Tags: Reviews, Cooking, TC, Gadgets, Chef, Hardware, Tech, Hobbies, Food And Drink, Indiegogo, Grilling, Steel, Barbecue, Stainless Steel, Traeger, Traeger Ranger


BBQ is as a cultural tradition

The word barbecue is as loaded as the average plateful at a backyard cookout. It’s both a noun and a verb. One theory posits that it derives from barbacoa, the Spanish term for the Taíno technique of slow-grilling meat over hot coals. This would plant barbecue’s etymological roots in the Caribbean, but the act of smoking, pit roasting, and grilling heaps of beef, pork, poultry, and other proteins is grounded in customs that span nearly every continent. Styles vary around the world, but all ...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Australia, US, United States, South Africa, Philippines, Korea, Argentina, Kansas City, Hall, Caribbean, Buenos Aires, Barbecue, BBQ, All


The most underrated American BBQ

No one style defines American barbecue. Ask anyone where to find the country’s definitive barbecue, though, and they’ll likely point you toward the South. Four destinations in the southern United States make up what’s known as the barbecue belt: There’s Texas with its brisket, Memphis with its pork ribs, Kansas City with Missouri’s best burnt ends, and the Carolinas with their competing takes on pulled pork and slathery sauce. Barbecue is a loose concept, however. It typically refers to mea...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Texas, Mississippi, Maryland, California, Molly, Kentucky, US, Alabama, America, Chicago, United States, Missouri, Hawaii, Tennessee


Texas barbecue history

Texas just likes to do things its own way. Dress shoes with a tuxedo? No sir, we prefer cowboy boots. Measuring distances in miles? When you have a state this big, distance is measured in hours. Coke or Pepsi? How ‘bout Dr. Pepper. But we’ll still call it a coke. But perhaps nothing signifies the individuality of Texas better than the world of barbecue. In other parts of the country barbecue means pork and sauces, but in Texas it’s all about the beef. And they like it that way. “We’re the bee...
Tags: Travel, Texas, US, America, Dallas, Kansas City, Memphis, San Antonio, Barbecue, BBQ, All, Pepsi, Central Texas, Vaughn, Texas Monthly, Lockhart


Forth Worth, Texas, barbecue

Derrick Walker , owner of Smoke-a-Holics in Fort Worth, Texas, “got bit by the bug” — the barbecue bug — when he was just 12 years old. His grandfather owned an offset smoker, and the night before family gatherings in another town about three hours away, he’d help him load up the smoker with briskets and other cuts. “First thing in the morning, we’d hit the highway with that thing still smoking, and he would pull over at rest stops and check the fire and then get back on the highway,” Walker ...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Austin, Dallas, Kansas City, Fort Worth, Barbecue, BBQ, All, Fort Worth Texas, Walker, North Texas, Texas Barbeque, South Texas, Hill Country, Tex Mex


Underground pit barbecue styles

Barbecue is about the closest thing that humans have to a universal cooking style. In countries around the world, people barbecue meat and vegetables over fire. Each method is slightly different — the Chilean asado has the meat spread upright against a large open fire, for example, while Japanese yakitori uses narrow charcoal grills. And then there’s the style that’s among the oldest and most traditional: barbecue done in an underground pit. Pit barbecue is especially prevalent in countries i...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, India, US, Turkey, Hawaii, Morocco, Middle East, New Zealand, South Pacific, Sonora, Papua New Guinea, Caribbean, Fiji, New England, Barbecue


4 Top Spots For Barbecue In Sacramento

Looking to sample the best barbecue around town? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top barbecue hot spots in Sacramento, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fill the bill. Looking to visit the latest hotspots? There’s no time like the present, since consumer spending at restaurants tends to climb in February in the Sacramento area, according to data on local business transactions from Womply, a software provider that helps small businesses g...
Tags: Sacramento, Broadway, Best Of, East Sacramento, Barbecue, Hoodline, Momo, Elder Creek Road, Tahoe Park, Roxie Deli, Gen Korean BBQ House, MacQue


Chinese Roast Duck, but Make It Turkey

With juicy meat and extra-crisp skin, Thanksgiving turkeys cooked in the manner of ducks are keeping Chinatown barbecue restaurants busy across the United States.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Turkey, Restaurant, Turkeys, Thanksgiving Day, Ny, Ducks, Chinatown, Barbecue, Tang, Cooking and Cookbooks, Chinese-Americans, Wilson (Chef, Nom Wah Tea Parlor (Manhattan


Brisket for Beginners

Hugely popular in restaurants, this labor-intensive cut has long intimidated home cooks. But follow these nine steps and you’re on your way to smoky nirvana.
Tags: Meat, News, Beef, Barbecue, Cooking and Cookbooks, Grilling (Cooking


Our Best Memorial Day Recipes: Grilling, Desserts, Side Dishes and More

Here’s what to cook for the unofficial start of summer.
Tags: News, Memorial Day, Barbecue, Picnics, Cooking and Cookbooks


City Kitchen: Barbecue That Breaks the Rules

There’s no ketchup or cola in the sauce — it’s not even a sauce per se. But this take on pulled pork is just as full of flavor.
Tags: News, Pork, Barbecue, Cabbage, Cooking and Cookbooks


The 52 Places Traveler: A Day in Houston: 3 Meals, 3 Cultures, One City

The 52 Places Traveler follows his stomach through the city of Houston, finding a staggering diversity along the way.
Tags: Food, News, Restaurants, Houston, Barbecue, Houston (Tex, Chinese-Americans, Indian-Americans, Hurricane Harvey (2017, Vietnamese-Americans


Eat: I Ate Mall Pizza and Fell in Love With America

When my brother and I still had identification cards with the word “alien” on them, barbecue chicken pizza helped us feel at home.
Tags: News, Pizza, America, Recipes, Barbecue, Cooking and Cookbooks, Atlanta (Ga, California Pizza Kitchen Inc


Best barbecue in North Carolina

People are passionate when it comes to food. No matter where you are, people light up when asked about their favorite regional delicacy. Yet where there’s passion, there’s bitter division. Just try telling a New Yorker that real pizza is deep dish and see how far you get. Ask a Chilean about the Peruvian roots of the Pisco Sour (or vice-versa) and get ready for a fight. There’s an equally bitter feud smoldering in my home state of North Carolina: the battle between Eastern and Western (also ...
Tags: Travel, Food, Americas, America, House, Bill Clinton, North Carolina, Barbecue, Piedmont, Eastern, George H W Bush, Lexington, Ayden, Goldsboro, Lexington North Carolina, Greensboro


Southern Barbecue With a Fiery Dip and a Deep History

In a narrow swath of Kentucky and Tennessee, the specialty is a pork-shoulder steak, grilled and dunked in a tongue-torturing hot sauce.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Restaurants, Tennessee, Pork, Barbecue, Sauces, Cooking and Cookbooks, Grilling (Cooking


Pulled Pork Pot Pie with Mashed Potato Topping

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