The Ultimate Grilling Guide: Perfect Your Prepping & Cooking

Think grilling is too much of a hassle? Think again. Here's your Ultimate Grilling Guide to show you the quick and easy steps to preparing mess-free, juicy and grill-marked food in the backyard.

Smoky Flavor With Gas Grilling

Try Wood Chips

If you love the ease of gas grilling but miss the smoky flavor that charcoal grills deliver, get the best of both worlds with wood chips. Just soak some wood chips in water and wrap them in foil. Place the packet on the grill until it starts to release smoke, and then cook your food as you normally would.

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