Even though it has officially been spring for over a month the weather still hasn't acted like it. We have a tiny break making us think about outdoor grilling only to find it is still too cold outside. Now, the weather is starting to finally warm up with some 70 and 80 degree days on the horizon. Making it time to finally dust of the grill, buy either charcoal or propane, find the grilling tools and reading some blogs to get ideas. The following is a list of some of the best grilling blogs:
Cooking-outdoors.com is an excellent blog for both the beginning and experienced griller. The blog features the receipts and cooking videos by grilling expert Gray House. The blog also contains grilling themed comic strips along with a product page where you can purchase Mr. House's books, videos and t-shirts.
Girlsonagrill.com is a blog run by two talented sisters from Alabama. Kate is a grillmaster that has managed several fine BBQ restaurants and has a degree in biomedical science. Alison specializes in nutrition for those in the entrainment industries. There blog is full of recipes and tips that will help you to master the world of grilling.
Pattiodadiobbq.com is a blog run John Dawason. Mr. Dawson is an Air Force veteran and software engineer that has a passion for outdoor grilling. He has been competitive in the world of BBQ since 2006 and won several award that are list in the awards section of his blog. There are also tons of recipes with step-by-step instructions, news about competitions and links to more grilling blogs and other helpful sites.
Grilling.com is a wonderful blog sponsored by Kingsford. In it you will find plenty of information to make your backyard the place to be for outdoor parties. In this blog you be able to watch videos, learn new BBQ technique, get tips from grilling masters, get recipes ranging from steak to eggs Benedict and news about the latest grilling competitions.
Outdoorgourmet.com is a blog all about grilling on cedar planks. In this blog you can get recipes and tips on grilling everything from salmon to pumpkin pie on planks. You can also order plank kits from the Outdoorgourmet company. Using plank to cook outdoors is a tradition that has been used by the northwest natives for thousands of years.