1. Control the temperature of your BBQ and use a Digital Thermometer.
This is the most important factor that most BBQ masters get wrong. Don't just crank that temperature gauge up to max. Using a digital thermometer will tell you the most important information, the internal temperature of your food.
2. Always rest your food after BBQing for 10-15 minutes.
We like to tent our food using aluminum foil after the BBQ is done it's work. This will allow your food to cool and still cook in it's own juices. This will greatly increase the tastiness or your hard work!
3. When adding Cheese to Hamburgers. Don't do it wrong!
Cheeseburgers should never have cheese added directly to the BBQ. Download the Great Canadian BBQ Handbook and learn our bulletproof method for retaining the taste of your cheese.
4. Make your own hamburgers. Avoid processed hamburgers.
Even using a simple medium regular grind beef with salt and pepper will produce hamburgers that are far superior to any store bought or frozen burgers.
5. The BBQ is about more than meat. Try Vegetables and Fish.
BBQ season brings out the carnivores in many Canadians. But don't forget that vegetables and fish are delicious when paired creatively with our flavourful Goat Cheeses.