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Full Meals You Can Make On the Grill

Grill up an entire meal with these tips and recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. In the Midwest, grilling goes on all year round. However, warmer weather is peak grill season – graduation parties, family reunions, summer cookouts, etc. While the main dish is typically made on the grill, you can actually make full meals on the grill, too. Blain’s Farm & Fleet has compiled some full meals you can(…)

Tips for Rotisserie Cooking on the Grill

Use these tips for rotisserie cooking on the grill from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. If you’re tired of grocery store rotisserie chicken, you’re in luck. You can make your favorite rotisserie dishes right in your backyard with these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Rotisserie cooking on the grill makes food moister because it seals in the natural juices and flavors, and it sears quickly. It’s perfect for cooking large(…)

Tips for Indirect Cooking on a Grill

Use these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Weber for indirect cooking on a gas and charcoal grill. Whether you’re a beginner or a grill master, there are plenty of ways you can cook up your favorite food on the grill. One of those ways is indirect cooking. Indirect cooking slowly cooks delicate food while locking in flavor and texture. Use these tips from Weber for indirect cooking on(…)

Grilling with Cedar Planks

Learn all about grilling with cedar planks with Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Char-Broil. Whether you’re a beginner or a grill master, you’re probably always looking for something new to try. If you want to complement the flavor of your food, try grilling with cedar planks–and other types of wood. Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Char-Broil are here to help you get started. Choosing the Right Plank Using wood planks(…)

Grilling Rubs vs. Marinades

Learn about the pros and cons of grilling rubs vs. marinades with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. When it comes to grilling meat, seasoning it is a big part. Some people use grilling rubs, while others let their meat soak in a marinade. Both can impact the flavor on the grill, and both have their pros and cons. Learn about differences between grilling rubs and marinades with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.(…)

How to Use a Chimney Starter

Learn how to use a chimney starter on the grill with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Cooking on a charcoal grill is both a staple of summer and tailgating season. While charcoal gives grilled food a distinct flavor, it can sometimes be masked and ruined by lighter fluid. With a chimney starter, you can skip the lighter fluid and grill food to perfection without the fuel taste. Plus, it’s a safer(…)

Tips for Grilling Pizza

Follow these simple tips for grilling pizza from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Whether you’re backyard barbecuing or tailgating, nothing beats food on the grill. This is especially true for one of everyone’s favorites–pizza! Grilling pizza is easier than you think, and a hot grill can really bring out the pizza’s flavor. Get ready for your next grill party with these simple tips for grilling pizza from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.(…)

5 Steps for Cleaning a Charcoal Grill

Follow these five steps for cleaning a charcoal grill from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Like any other cooking surface, grills need to be cleaned and maintained. Proper cleaning isn’t just good for your grill, it’s good for your food. Follow these simple steps for cleaning your charcoal grill and make sure you’ll be ruling your backyard barbecues for years to come! How to Clean a Charcoal Grill: 1. Preheat your(…)

How to Make the Best Grilled Fruit

Learn how to make the best grilled fruit with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. While steak or bacon cheeseburgers might be the main course, there’s still room for grilled fruit and vegetables. There are plenty of delicious, healthy fruits and veggies to choose from when it comes to grilling. All you need are the right grill accessories and a little know-how to make your favorite grilled fruit. Blain’s(…)

Winter Grilling Tips

You can fire up the grill all winter long with our winter grilling tips. Some folks like to winterize and pack up their grill when the cold hits and snow falls. Then there are the die-hard grillers who don’t let a little snow and freezing temperatures stop them from lighting up the grill. If you fall into the latter group, you’ll want our winter grilling tips. Get bundled up and(…)

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