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Staging an entire Meal on the Barbecue



Staging an entire meal on the barbecue is a matter of timing and of making use of all the features your grill has to offer. Once the grill has been preheated, place some foil-wrapped potatoes on the warming rack. Start off with some grilled appetizers, then cook the meat. Remember that most meat benefits from sitting for 10-30 minutes to reabsorb the juices; the larger roasts being at the longer end of the spectrum. (The exception is fish, which should be served immediately).

 

While the meat is resting, toss the vegetables on the barbecue and stir up a sauce on the side burner.

 

Depending on the size of your barbecue and the size of your crowd, you can often cook the meat and vegetables simultaneously.

Hints and Tips


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Adding Barbecue Sauce

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Caring for your grill

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Cut Meat Across the Grain

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Determine when a Steak is done

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For a Healthier Meal

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Grilling Tip

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How to cook the perfect steak

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Keep Corn-on-the-cob fresh

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Keep Lemons/Limes Perfect for Weeks

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Keep Vegetables Fresh

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Keep the lid down!

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Leftover Grilled Vegetables

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Make use of Commercially Prepared Products

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Most Fruits are Delicious when Grilled

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Planking

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Putting out a Grease Fire

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Six ways to botch a barbecue

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Tomatoes

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When Cooking with Poultry

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Whipped Cream Substitute


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