Modern Technologies and BBQ

Modern technology is revolutionizing the cooking methods we use. While old-fashioned BBQ is still a hit, they’re no longer as popular. Many of these new devices, from voice-activated features to touchscreens, make barbecuing more enjoyable and less grueling. Some allow you to keep track of your food’s temperature and the amount of lp that was used. This will help you understand the right broiling techniques.

While barbecue lovers may have their own rules and customs (such for using the correct wood for cooking different meats or sticking to specific rubs and sauces) however, consumers are open to new flavors. A trend we’re seeing in 2024 is a global flavour mixing, as barbecuers look at marinades, rubs, and sauces inspired by international cuisines. From spicy Korean gochujang to spicy Mexican chipotle, this trend is helping barbecuers take their taste buds on a global tour.

Smart grilling isn’t an en vogue trend right now, but some manufacturers are exploring ways to add connected technology to their products to reach people who may be in awe of the traditional barbecue method. One manufacturer uses a combination sensors and software to create an intelligent BBQ which can tell the internal temperature of meat. This could be an invaluable tool for anyone who’s had the unfortunate experience of being burned by undercooked or overcooked meat. This tool will also decrease the risk of cooking meat undercooked by making sure that it’s cooked properly every time.

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