If you could do with a helping a hand to avoid BBQ cooking disasters and generally just want to know the dos and don’ts of coal grilling, the expert BBQ team at MEATER are here to help
Leicester, 1st July 2021 – With National BBQ Week fast approaching (2nd-11th July), when up and down the country we will all be encouraged to fire up the grill, MEATER offers up a handy ‘how-to’ for all those BBQ novices who could do with some pointers on best practices.
The British weather is finally being kind, already igniting a movement of al fresco dining across the nation, but it is important to remember that warm weather and outdoor cooking can produce the perfect conditions for the bacteria that cause food poisoning, so it is vital to ensure you take great care with your garden culinary exploits. MEATER’s business is about ensuring meat and fish are cooked to perfection – both safe to eat, as well as delicious, and their team are passionate about grilling, so what they don’t know, you don’t need to!
MEATER’s Essential BBQ Basics and Best Practices
Choosing the right charcoal is super important:
Most of us use poor quality charcoal jammed together with accelerants which is what created the need to wait for coals to turn white before cooking. The sorts of charcoal found on petrol station forecourts, or any that claim ‘easy light’ or ‘quick’, have nasty binders and…