What Should You Grill?
When you have a chance to grill, be it for a family reunion or a friend get together on the weekend, you will have to decide what you want to cook. Should you use beef, chicken or pork? Beef can be expensive; especially if you choose steaks over burgers. Chicken, too, can be expensive and it's hard to get the temperature just right. Barbeque pork cooking, however, provides a lot of variety and it can actually be healthier. It's a common misconception that barbeque pork cooking is very fattening. But some pork is actually leaner than most beef and it actually has less fat than even some chicken. Treat yourself and your guests with a barbeque they'll never forget and treat them to barbeque pork cooking.
You have many choices when it comes to barbeque pork cooking. You can cook pork chops, pork sausage, pork ribs, or a combination of all of them. You can marinate the pork or you can just sprinkle a little season salt on it. Barbeque pork cooking actually provides a lot of flavor and your guests are sure to enjoy it. Just make sure that you cook the pork thoroughly. Make sure that it's cooked all the way through and you can ensure this by poking holes in it or by cutting slits in the meat to make sure that it's not still raw in the center.
When you barbeque pork cook, you'll want to choose a grill you can work with. Gas grills are a little more expensive than charcoal grills but they're easier to light as well as extinguish and they're very easy to use. Charcoal grills are a little more primitive but they provide a rich, smoky flavor that many people prefer. There are some charcoal briquettes that are easy to light. Some bricks come in bags that allow you to just light the bag; just like those starter logs for your fireplace. The choice is up to you. Barbeque pork grilling will be enjoyable on both gas or charcoal grills as long as you cook the pork correctly.
Everyone has beef and chicken barbeque parties, but not many have strictly pork barbeques. Make your party one to remember by barbeque pork cooking for your family, your friends, co-workers or whoever else you happen to be grilling for. Your guests will be pleasantly surprised and they'll thoroughly enjoy the food; whether you chose pork chops, ribs, sausage or any other part of the pig.