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BBQ Indoors In The Era Of Social Distancing

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Grilling

When you’re being advised to stay indoors as much as possible, it’s difficult to do many of the things you love the most. This is especially true for barbecue enthusiasts. Since most people think of grilling as an outdoor activity, it’s probably been a while since you’ve enjoyed a good barbecue. But does it have to be this way?

 

Indoor Grilling

First of all, it’s important to stress that you can’t use your regular gas or charcoal grill indoors, period. No matter how well-ventilated your home might be, you’d be putting yourself and your family at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. If you want to bring your grilling skills inside, you’ll have to get creative.

 

Indoor Grilling Downsides

Is it impossible to replicate the authentic taste of barbecue in an indoor kitchen? Not at all, but you’ll need the proper equipment and a fair amount of practice if you want to get it right. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of barbecuing indoors during a pandemic—or any time the mood strikes.

 

Getting Your Head In The Grilling Game

If you’ve ever cooked on a portable charcoal grill, you’re already one step ahead of the game. Whenever you transport your cooking game to a different zone, you learn how important it is to plan ahead and be flexible. Grilling indoors will require a similar skill set, although the process is admittedly different.

 


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