April 24, 2012 A clean barbecue is a healthier barbecue
It doesn’t matter whether you barbecue year-round, or put the barbecue away for the winter, it’s always a good idea to clean it thoroughly once or twice a year. Take a look these tips to make the job easier: What you will need: A steel putty knife; a heavy duty vac- uum; a brass bristle barbecue brush; plus cleaning supplies including a degreaser for heavy grime, a glass cleaner with ammonia for exterior cleaning, and stainless steel cleaner/polish for finishing touches. First step: Attach your barbecue to the propane tank or natural gas connection. Use a mixture of dish soap and warm
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water to coat all connections to test for leaks -- any bubbling at con- nections means there is a leak. Stop everything and consult your local barbecue dealer for more help. If your barbecue passes the leak test, remove the grids and heat medium. If possible, remove the burners, inspect them for dam- age and blockages -- a piece of wire with some cloth on the end is an ex- cellent way to clear blockages from the burner. Clean: Re-install the burners, heat media, and cooking grids. Light your bar- becue and let it heat up to 200 F. Turn every- thing off and let it cool until it is just warm to the touch. Brush the grids thoroughly on both top and bottom. Remove the grids and set aside. Use your grill brush to remove any debris on the heat media, remove them to expose the burners and cook box. Using your putty knife, scrape the sides of the cook box to remove any caked-on debris. If your barbecue has a re- movable grease tray, take it out with the debris. If you have a closed-bottom cook box, use your heavy duty vacuum to
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clean up all the loose ash and debris in the cook box. Quick Tip: Re-install the grease tray, heat medium, and cooking grids. Heat your barbe- cue to at least 400 F and season your cooking
grids with olive or grapeseed oil.
This will protect your cooking grids and can prevent food from sticking.
Take a minute to inspect your barbecue’s exterior for any other damage and follow the
above process to clean your side burner as well. Check wheels and casters for any damage.
Whether your barbecue is brand new or older than your children and pets, a semi-annual cleaning is highly recom- mended to ensure years of trouble free use. — Metro Creative
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Do you find yourself reaching for a can of soda or a cup of coffee during the day to banish fatigue? Many do. But you may want to grab a bottle of water instead.
Research indicates that lack of water is the No. 1 trig- ger of daytime fatigue. Therefore, not only can drink- ing adequate supplies of water keep you refreshed, it can also help to keep you more awake — even during a boring business meeting.
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