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Many individuals find it difficult to get organized and maintain organization, and grillers are no exception. It might be difficult to choose the right location to keep grilling and barbecue utensils because they are sometimes big and cumbersome and can't usually be kept in the kitchen.
To avoid finding tools in the yard or wasting an hour hunting for the meat thermometer, you'll need to develop a system that makes it easier for you to keep track of your belongings. In order to prevent you from just leaving your equipment hanging from the accessory hooks built into your grill, we're offering some of the finest methods to keep it secure and organized.
People's propensity to keep BBQ tools without properly cleaning and caring for them is one of the errors we frequently observe. If it isn't properly cleaned, even the highest-quality stainless steel spatula can ultimately rust and corrode. In contrast to most indoor items, grilling implements frequently sustain damage. They may survive longer if treated before being stored.
When it comes to instruments that don't get cleaned thoroughly, spatulas and tongs are among the biggest offenders. When they have globs of burned-on food, grease, oil, and smoke deposits, both may be challenging to clean. The majority of the time, soaking and scrubbing metal equipment in hot, soapy water is the best method for cleaning it.
Applying a very thin layer of oil to your metal grilling implements after cleaning them is one of the finest things you can do to keep them from becoming grubby. Because it is safe for food and won't go rancid, mineral oil is a fantastic option.
We adore using wooden handles on metal instruments, and vice versa. If the wood isn't kept clean, the accessories will quickly start to break down. Whether it's a bamboo cutting board or your preferred fish spatula, carefully cleaning wood is necessary to stop bacterial development while it's being stored. If you aren't currently treating your indoor utensils, you might want to start, as this also applies to them.
One of the easiest ways to clean most wood surfaces is with lemon juice. Bacteria are removed by acid. The majority of wooden instruments can typically be cleaned with only this and some warm, soapy water. Replace your tools if you see any places that are burning, splintering, or cracking.
Cutting boards that have just been cleaned are best treated with mineral oil. When applied in a thin coating, it is non-toxic, protects the wood, and isn't oily. We advise applying walnut or linseed oil to the handles of tongs and knives to preserve their pristine shape. Don't use oils when grilling since they might catch fire, and make sure to thoroughly wash off your handles before storing them. Linseed oil has a history of igniting spontaneously.
There are a handful of barbecue tools we think are absolutely essential. Here is a brief list of some of our top picks.
While finding the ideal location to keep all your supplies might be a headache, becoming organized will also increase how much you enjoy using your barbecue. There are inexpensive, straightforward alternatives as well as more expensive ones for keeping your belongings. You should identify your personal sweet spot. To avoid serving chicken wings that are only half blackened at the next barbeque gathering, it is crucial that you clean your equipment, store it indoors away from the elements, and keep it close at hand.