Monday, January 7, 2008

Time to clean the grill

Yesterday I cooked up a batch of chicken theighs marinated on Chaka's sauce. Just like ATK predicted, there were significant flare-ups and even some burning chicken.

After a few uses

First useI really should clean the grill before cooking anything else. I know the above picture looks pretty normal for a manly grill but looking at the pictures of the virgin grate Sharon said,

You'll have to clean that awful thing before I'll eat any more of your most delicious cooking.

Sharon order a China Grill Brush and replacement pads for this morning. It should be here in a day or two.

E-mail instructions included with the order confirmation follow. China Grill Brush Here's my recommended cleaning method:

  1. Heat grate (Lid closed, vents wide open) 3-5 min.
  2. Scour - LITTLE OR NO PRESSURE is needed (just back and forth is what cleans).
  3. I use a paper napkin between the scrubs and the grate to remove any remaining oily residue.
If scrubs get a little dirty, just rinse them (installed) under Hot tap water, bounce head on paper towel to catch any debris.

Best regards, Roy (Gessert)

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