Archive for March 2017

Propane Safety Tips for Camping

If you’re planning a camping trip this spring, make sure you’re prepared for temperatures dropping at night. Here are four propane tips that will help you keep warm and safe while camping. ONLY USE propane heaters that are approved for indoors use for enclosed areas. Indoor safe heaters will be identified as such on their…

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Tips for Grilling Meat With Propane

#1  Preheat the grill. Preheating the grill for 15 to 20 minutes before you start cooking allows the meat to sear on contact, keeping it moist inside. #2  Don’t flip the meat too often. Flipping the meat too often isn’t going to make it cook any faster. If you flip it too frequently, you lose the…

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SPRING CLEANING YOUR GAS GRILL

Spring is almost here. It’s barbecue season and time for spring cleaning your gas grill. Maintenance and cleaning are essential to the lifespan of your grill. Even if you’ve been grilling all winter, it’s still a good idea to spend time spring cleaning on your gas grill.   Things you will need to get started: compressed air/canned air,…

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Grilling Corned Beef for St. Patrick's Day

Don’t end up with boiled mush. Use a gas grill to cook your traditional corned beef this St. Patrick’s Day. There is a secret to grilling corned beef. Since the corned beef has been salted and seasoned in order to preserve it, you will need to get the salt out. Normally, this happens when it’s…

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