What makes for the best Baby Back Ribs? Sure there are tons of recipes out there. At Baumann’s we’ll even smoke ‘em for you. They are delicious. But if you want to cook, here at Baumann’s we believe you should pay attention to your butcher. Here are 3 important baby back rib Delicious Factors:
Having someone who is personally interested in you and the quality of the food you purchase is paramount. Do you get that at a big box or discount club? We care, we need you to come back!
Quality, cut and size… You see, Baby Back Ribs Are Like Diamonds! Enjoy your Labor Day weekend by paying attention to your butcher ?. Call Baumann's Fine Meats today or tomorrow to order your ribs and pick them up this weekend. We’re open 9am to 1pm this Labor Day Monday.
Remember, gas grills are live fire pits. After months of sitting without being used, take just a few moments to give it a once over before pressing ignite.
Specifically, check the hose from the propane tank to the burners. They should be clean and intact. If there's any build-up on the hose or fittings, be sure to clean them before starting your grill. (Hoses can light on fire. We’ve seen it! So any holes or significant wear, it’s just a couple of dollars to replace it.
Take the grates out and give everything a good scrub down with a wire brush and finish with a damp cloth.
Also recommend run grilling tools through the dishwasher.
Ever seen the grease trap under your grill? LOL but Very Important!
Before this grilling season begins, make sure to pull it out and dump out that fuky stuff from last year. Send it through the dishwasher as well and to make it easier next year, line the trap with heavy duty aluminum foil.
Before popping on that flavourful Baumann’s strip steak, fire that baby up and let it burn for a few minutes. Make sure all the burners are fired for an even cook and check for leaks.
Now, you’re ready 😊.
Whether its your favorite backyard Weber at home or a public park grill, charcoal grills make sure to clean things up and do a little regular maintenance for a great, healthy cooking season.
One of the quickest ways to injure yourself in the kitchen is improperly using sharp objects, which makes learning how to use knives an essential part of basic cooking. Beyond safety, you'll also find that using proper techniques with different blades will make the completion of basic recipes a task that's not only more efficient, but also highly enjoyable!
Switch to the back-slice for finely cutting delicate products, like herbs. Stack the leaves and tightly roll them together. While holding the herbs with your other hand, you will again place the knife tip to the cutting board. Keep the knife at a lower angle as you pull back through the herbs. To mince these herbs, the rock chop works best. After slicing the ingredients, place them in a pile. Then, place the knife tip against the board and keep the blade steady with your other hand. Rocking the knife up and down will easily cut the pieces into fine bits.
By following these tips and putting in some time to practice, you'll become an expert slicer, dicer, chopper, and mincer in no time. Browse local produce markets to find fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables, and make sure to swing by Baumann's Fine Meats to grab your favorite meats. All this combined will make for a dinner your family won't soon forget!
Assemble your cleaning supplies. You'll need a grill brush, foil, paper or plastic bags, a bristle brush or putty knife. You may also want a fork.
Clean the charcoal grate below and the grill grate on top. Removing the grates makes the job a little easier! Clean them with a grill brush or other coarse cleaning brush. Your fires will burn better and with a clean grill grate food is less likely to stick.
Aluminum foil scrub brush! An aluminum foil ball creates an excellent scrubber. Use it to clean any remaining gunk or debris off the grate(s).
Clean the belly of the grill and the lid: Remove any debris from the bottom of the grill (with public grill, remove left over ashes and debris buy sweeping out the grill with one hand covered in a bag into a trash bag. Empty that ash catcher! Then, get a stiff brush or putty knife to scrape off any peeling black stuff on the inside of the kettle lid. If that stuff falls off on your food, YUCK!!
Put it all back together: Now you are ready, my friend!
At Baumann’s Fine Meats we wish you the happiest of grilling and partyin’ this season and we hope to see you at the store soon.