Bottini Fuel knows that this winter is coming to an end, but it will be back next year. For those of us living in the northern states, we are still being subjected to intermittent snow. This makes it feel as if winter is still around. We know that you are chomping at the bit to get out there and grill. Likewise, we know that you don’t like to stop grilling because of the cold weather. Well, fortunately for you, we are going to provide you with some tips that will keep you grilling no matter what the weather is.
Dress the Part
The one thing that you need to remember is that if you are going to be grilling, you need to dress appropriately. Just as you would not wear your winter clothes to grill in the middle of summer, you are not going to wear shorts and a T-shirt to grill in the winter. It may seem like a bit of a hassle to get all dressed up to grill, but you will be rewarded with a great meal. So, make sure that you have all the things that you are going to need to stay warm while you are outside. Nothing says that you can nip back inside to warm up. Just make sure that you are not going to get the added surprise of frostbite when all you wanted was a couple of burgers.
If you didn’t understand by the previous tip, you are going to need to grill outside. You barbeque is not rated for indoor operation. You can severely injure or kill yourself or others if you do. We know it is cold outside, but that is why we advised you to dress warmly. Remember, your grill needs proper ventilation and that is not available in your house. If you do not already have a covered area where you can grill, you are going to want to put that on your list of things to do. At the end of the day, you are going to want to be grilling outside for your safety.
Longer Cook Times
Naturally, since it is colder outside, everything outside is going to take longer to do. It will take longer for the barbecue to come up to the proper temperature, the meal will take longer to make, and you will even be fumbling around and take longer to get things done. The only thing that won’t take longer is for the grill to cool down. Make sure that before you go outside that you have given your grill a decent amount of time to heat up. There is no reason to stand outside longer than you have to.
Bottini Fuel knows that you love to grill, or you would have not clicked on this link. Hopefully, we have provided you with some really easy ways to cook even in the dead of winter. You should not have to stop grilling just because mother nature has decided it is time to dump two feet of snow on you.