The season of being outdoors with great company and great food is just around the corner, yes we’re talking about grilling season. Since the warm weather is on its way very soon, it’s time to break out the grill and start grilling some delicious foods. But before you start showing off your grilling skills, there are a couple steps you should go through to make sure your grill is in great condition.
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Quick and easy tips for cleaning a grill and keeping it clean
While summer may not yet have officially started, some of the more dedicated grill-masters have been cooking outdoors since the snow was still thawing. For the rest of us, it’s now probably safe to pull the old grill out of the shed or from under its cover and get it ready for the next few months. But before you fire it up, you might have to undertake a preseason grill cleaning.
We recently shared a video regarding the common misconception that there’s paint peeling off the inside of a Weber Grill’s lid (hint: it’s not paint, just grime and carbon buildup). Cleaning a grill lid’s interior was just the first step.
Today we have a video from our friends at Weber Grill, detailing the proper way to fully clean a grill that’s covered by grease and grime buildup. Thoroughly cleaning a grill fresh out of hibernation might seem like a daunting task, but this video shows how easy it can be. Keeping your grill clean will help it stay in top operating shape and extend its useful life. Check out the video:
Summer’s here and the time is right for grilling in my suburban back yard. I smile every time I think about Abt and how much pleasure my Weber Summit grill brings me at the start of every spring. I realize that many people grill out year round, but it’s our family ritual to take apart my Weber and give it a thorough cleaning to prep it for the long warm season ahead. That’s when the Copper River Salmon start running and the grill starts cooking. My wife says I’m part bear because I so look forward to salmon season every year. And, even though they’re not grilled, the blueberries are not far behind.
Thanks Abt for providing me and my family the seasonal joy of preparing my Summit propane grill in time for the running of the salmon. I’ll prepare chicken and chops at times as well, but it’s that Copper River that keeps me and the clan smiling in springtime.