Kitchen Supplies for Barbecue Lovers in Winter
Many people who love eating and cooking barbecue hate having to give it up for the long and cold winter months. Luckily they don’t fully have to as there are many options for cooking barbecue indoors if you use the right kitchen equipment, purchased in Restaurant Supply, to do so.
One of the first implements that you need to buy for your indoor barbecue cooking is an indoor grill. Grills that use charcoal release harmful by-products into the air and cannot be used inside the home due to the health risk that they involve. Instead, indoor grills will operate off of electric plug-ins and will not have the same harmful side effects. Although it will be impossible to get the same charcoal grill taste as you have from an outdoor substitute, using an indoor grill will at least be an acceptable alternative to an outdoor grill. To add the smoky flavor that barbecue food has you will have to add liquid smoke for the artificial smoky flavor. No other alternative is available for winter barbecue but putting on your jacket and waiting outside for the real thing.
Barbecue is more than grilling, however. The mantra of BBQ enthusiasts is low and slow, that is cooking the meat at a low temperature for a long period of time to break down the ligaments and fibers in the meat dishes that you prepare. Indoors, without the use of a smoker or BBQ grill, this can be emulated using a slow cooker or a high pressure cooker and you will need to buy one of these to do so effectively. Simply put the meat in with some liquid and set the temperature to a low temperature. Dishes like pulled pork and brisket can be made effectively even in winter months with this recipe.