With spring slowly making its way into summer, grilling season is about to blast off. So brush off your grates, scrub under the hood and sweep out last year’s ashes from the cabinet.
Will you set the season off by cooking with wood, charcoal or gas? Here’s how cooking with each impacts and affects the finished product.
It may take a while for coals to heat up, but when they do, they stay hot for a long time —
What’s hot: Charcoal gets a bad rap from wood-burning enthusiasts, but there are plenty of reasons that this became the iconic medium for outdoor cooking. For starters, charcoal gets hot. And then it stays hot. This combo makes it