Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Summer BBQ

There’s nothing that sums up summer food more than a barbeque with family and friends. For a great day out, all you need is a good park, a Frisbee, and some beautiful Angus steaks. Grilling is also very versatile and can accommodate anyone’s tastes buds. You can grill anything from apples to zucchinis, and everything in between. A great day can be arranged around a BBQ. Grill some kabobs for lunch, play a little game of ultimate, grill more meat and veggies for dinner, and then grill some peaches and pineapple for dessert.

There are many ways of preparing meat for a BBQ. One of the most popular options is by using a marinade. Marinating involves immersing the meat in a mixture of acid and spices and leaving it in the fridge for a few hours or overnight to soak. Marinating meat tenderizes and flavors the meat ready for the grill. Lemon juice, vinegar, and soy sauce are all acids that can be used in a marinade.

Another method of grilling meat is to simply season the meat right before putting it on the grill. In this way of cooking the meat, no liquids would be used, only spices. Some people also prefer to pre-cook meat before putting it on the grill to shorten the cooking time. This can easily be done by boiling or using the microwave.

No matter what you choose to cook and how you choose to cook it, a barbeque will make surely make any food taste better. While there are a few weeks of summer left, there’s no excuse to not go out and grill up a feast!

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