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Best BBQ (1995)

by Kingsford Editors

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To keep food from sticking to the grid and make it easy to turn, brush the hot gid with vegetable oil before cooking.
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Take the guesswork out of outdoor cooking with these sizzling grilled recipes and tips from Kingsford, the barbecue experts.
Each recipe has clear instructions stating grilling temperature, covered or uncovered grill, recommended cooking time and a visual food-doneness test.

Plus, there are charts with cooking times for your basic grilling needs. With these recipes you will WOW your family and guests with your grilling know-how!
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Henry Ford deserves credit for more than the Model T. His ingenuity helped create America's passion for outdoor cooking. 
In the early 1900s, Ford operated a northern Michigan sawmill that made wooden framing for his Model Ts. as piles of wood scraps grew, he searched for a way to make them useful. He soon learned how to chip the wood and convert it into the now familiar pillow-shaped briquets. these convenient briquets were originally sold through Ford Automobile agencies and marked the beginning of the All-American Traditoon of barbecuing,
Ford Charcoal, later named Kingsford charcoal briquets, is the original and still the number one brand sold in the nation today.
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Flavored smoke, a combination of heady aromas from hardwoods and fresh or dried herbs, imparts a special flavor in barbecued foods. Outdoor cooks find it's both easy and fun to experiment with different meat and flavor combinations. Here as some suggestions: for getting started:
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