Many of us associate grilling with the hot summer months. But if you ask us, the time to grill is whenever you want!

When Can I Start Grilling?

- Of course you can grill in winter! 

- If you live in a temperate climate, simply grill as you normally would in the summer months.

Can I Start Grilling In Winter?

- Your grill will take longer to heat up.

- Start the preheating process earlier than you normally would.

In Colder Temperatures, You Will Need To Take A Few Things Into Consideration

- Your grill will also require more fuel, since it will take longer to reach the desired temperature.

- Food can take longer to finish cooking, due to  outdoor temperatures

Cold Temperature Grilling

- Propane stays in a liquid state at -44 degrees Fahrenheit.

- But we doubt you’ll be doing any grilling anywhere close to that temperature!

Cold Temperature Grilling

- Dress warmly and avoid baggy clothing that may pose a fire risk, like long scarves.

- Make sure you have a clear path to and from the grill that is free of ice.

Cold Temperature Grilling

- Spring is a perfect time to begin grilling.

- The pleasantly cooler temperatures are ideal for low and slow cooking, which might otherwise be too oppressive in the summer heat.

Grilling In Spring Time

- The best meats for this kind of grill are generally tougher and from the muscular portions of the animal, such as shoulders and briskets.

Grilling In Spring Time

Step 1: Cleaning Your Grill

Step 2: Maintain Your Grill After Each Use

Step 3: Season Your Grill

Prep Before You Start Grilling

If you haven’t used your grill in a while, it could use a good scrubbing

To clean your grill, remove all parts and brush off any stuck-on particles with a stiff wire brush.

Cleaning Your Grill

Then wash each part with mild soap and water and dry thoroughly before putting everything back together again.

Cleaning Your Grill

After a seasonal deep clean maintain your grill after each use.

Scrape it down thoroughly with a clean wire brush.

Clean the drip pan or remove ash and smoke residue after each use

Maintain Your Grill After Each Use

After each cleaning, run a paper towel soaked with canola oil over the grates.

This helps season them and prevent rust build up.

Season Your Grill

Once your grill is clean, inspect all parts for damage or wear and tear such as loose screws, cracked plastic pieces, broken handles, etc..

Inspecting Your Grill Parts 

If anything looks suspect, replace it right away so it doesn’t cause any problems later on down the road.

Inspecting Your Grill Parts 

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Anytime Can Be Grill Time