Char-Broil | 463666113 | A Girl`s Guide to Grilling

I SSUE 3
VOLUME 6
MARCH 2013
Monthly
Newsletter
St. Patty Melt with
Kwik Kraut
Girls’ Guide
to Grilling
Who knows when, or why, or how it all came about, but men historically have taken
the lead when it comes to grilling. That being the case, the sport of grilling has come
to be dominated by images of chest-pounding, fire-breathing, testosterone-marinated men out minding the fire while the women stay a safe distance away.
INGREDIENTS
1 clove garlic minced
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon salt
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1 cup apple juice
Sugar to taste
¼ cup water
½ head of green cabbage,
cored
and thinly sliced
½ sweet onion, thinly sliced
1 uncooked corned beef bris
ket (preferably
the point cut*), approximately
3 pounds
and triple ground
16 slices rye bread
8 slices Swiss cheese
Course ground mustard
Kwik Kraut (recipe on page
2)
PREPARATION
1. Form ground corned bee
f into eight even
sized patties. Heat grill to hig
h and cook
burgers for approximately
5 minutes per
side until medium (160 deg
rees internal
temperature). Meanwhile,
place bread slices
on the grill, turning occasio
nally until lightly
toasted, 2-3 minutes per sid
e, and remove.
Top each burger with kwik
kraut and a slice
of Swiss, cover grill and coo
k an additional
1-2 minutes until cheese has
begun to melt.
Spread mustard on each slic
e of rye according to personal prefere
nce, sandwich
burger between two slices
and serve.
* Available in many grocer
s’ meat department labeled as “point cut
” or “thick cut”
If you are just getting going, there are
some basic things you should know as you
set off down the road to grilling greatness.
coals on the charcoal grate determines
the intensity of the fire.
We will start with the very basics.
Gas grills are a little
more complicated. It’s been
from experience
that people don’t
really know
what to look for
TRU Infrared
when shopping Gas Grill
for a gas grill - Vendor: Charbroil
Item #166-793
men included.
You will see
them lifting up the lid and peeking inside,
not really knowing what to look for. It’s
kind of like looking under the hood of a
car and testing the doors for a good thud.
...continued on page 2
The most popular types
of grills are gas grills
or charcoal grills.
The workings of
a charcoal grill are
pretty straightforward:
a charcoal grate to lay
the coals on,
and above
One Touch
that, a cookSilver Kettle
ing grate.
Charcoal Grill
Vendor: Weber
The distriItem #749-440
bution of the
...recipe continued on pag
e2
Kwik Kraut
The Three T’s
Grill Tongs
Vendor: Weber
Item #079-962
Pocket
Thermometer
Vendor: Weber
Item #068-395
Once you’ve purchased the grill there
are a few other things you’ll want to
have on hand. All you really need: The
Three T’s. The three most important
items to have in your grilling toolbox
are a good pair of long-handled tongs,
an instant-read digital thermometer,
and a timer. The tongs will allow you
to keep your hands a safe distance from
the heat of the grill when placing, turning, or removing food from the grill.
The thermometer and the timer will
take the guess work out of when your
grilled food is cooked to perfection and
will keep you from crossing that line
from done to overdone.
The art of grilling has never been
safer; here is what we recommend
to keep it safe.
Grilling Safety:
✔ Follow the instructions in your
owner’s manual on safely lighting
and operating your grill.
✔ Keep your grill at least 10 feet from
any combustible materials, including
your house, garage, deck railing, etc.
✔ Never use a grill indoors (that
includes your garage) or under a
covered patio.
✔ Never add lighter fluid to a lit fire Bad, bad idea.
✔ Never use a grill that wobbles, leans,
or is in any way unstable.
✔ Do not store a propane tank in an
enclosed space including your house,
garage, or shed.
PREPARATION
Heat a sauté pan over
medium-high heat. Ad
d
olive oil, garlic and on
ions and sauté until so
ft.
Add cabbage and stir
to combine. Pour in
apple juice, water and
vinegar and reduce he
at
to medium. Cook mixtu
re, stirring occasionally
for approximately 10-15
minutes until cabbage
has become tender an
d most of the liquid ha
s
evaporated. Drain sau
erkraut in a colander,
squeezing out any exc
ess moisture and add
sugar to taste if too bit
ter. Refrigerate sauerkraut until ready to use
.
Cook Timer
Vendor: Weber
Item #073-213
✔ Keep sleeves and garments out of the
line of fire.
✔ Keep a fire extinguisher close by in
case of a mishap. Never pour water
on a grease fire. Instead, cover a
charcoal grill and close all vents;
turn off gas grills at the source •
Keep children and pets a safe distance away from a hot grill.
✔ When you’re finished using your charcoal grill, close the lid and all the vents.
✔ After using your gas grill, turn off
the burners and then turn off the gas
supply at the source.
To Start a
Charcoal Grill:
✔ Remove the lid and open all air vents
before building the fire.
✔ Mound the briquettes into a pyramidshaped pile or pile the charcoal into a
chimney starter.
✔ Place either lighter cubes (they are
non-toxic, odorless, and tasteless) or
crumbled newspaper under the pile
of briquettes and light.
✔ When coals are covered with a light
grey ash (usually 25 to 30 minutes),
arrange the coals with long-handled
tongs according to the cooking
method you are going to use.
Source: Recipe by Clin
t Cantwell - Kingsford
Charcoal
✔ Turn the gas supply on at the source.
✔ Light the grill according to the manufacturer’s directions, using either the igniter switch
or a match, if necessary. Generally, when
lighting a gas grill, only one burner should
be turned on for ignition. Once the fire has
begun, other burners can be turned on.
✔ Close the lid and preheat the grill until the
thermometer reaches 500˚F to 550˚F. This
will take 10 to 15 minutes. To cook, adjust
burner controls as the recipe directs.
Last but not least follow these tips
and you won’t go wrong. And neither
will your dinner.
1 Read the recipe and look for the instruc-
2
3
4
To Start
Your Gas Grill:
✔ Open the lid. Check that all burner
control knobs are turned to off and
that your fuel tank is not empty.
5
tions for setting up your grill. If you are
using a recipe you found in a magazine or
cookbook that doesn’t give this information, remember the 25 minute rule-ofthumb of warming up your grill
Don’t rush it. Let charcoal burn until it has
a light grey-ash coating (keep the vents open
so the fire doesn’t go out). Make sure your
gas grill has reached a temperature of at
least 500°F before starting to cook.
Resist the urge to open the lid to check
on your dinner every couple of minutes.
Every time you lift the lid heat escapes,
which means it will take longer to get
dinner on the table.
Unless the recipe calls for it, only flip your
food once and resist the urge to use your
spatula to press down on foods such as
burgers. You’ll squeeze out all the flavor.
Moisturize. A light coating of oil will
help brown your food evenly and keep it
from sticking to the cooking grate. Always
brush or spray oil on your food, not the
cooking grate.
Source: Weber’s Girls’ Guide
to Grilling
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