Friday, 4 October 2013

On Taking Care of Your Grill: The Basics of Kitchen Equipment Care

"No matter how good of a cook you are, you can only go so far with substandard kitchen equipment. A dull knife, a sticky pan, or a lousy grill can easily affect the quality of the food you're making. This alone should be reason enough to care for those kitchen equipment and cooking tools by keeping them well-maintained and in proper condition. Like many other cultures, Aussies love a good grill every once in a while. It is safe to assume that every household has at least one indoor or outdoor grill, and that it has seen a fair amount of use. But if you want to keep your grill in top condition, there are simple steps that you can follow. For example, it is best to remove anything that is left stuck on the grill with a sturdy grill brush after a barbeque session. You can also avoid rust and corrosion by coating it with a spray of cooking oil after you're done cleaning. By following these simple steps, you can be sure that you get the best results from your grill every time!"


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