Modern Technologies and BBQ

Modern Technologies and BBQ

While there’s a place for old-fashioned BBQ methods, modern technologies are changing this classic cooking method. Many of these modern gadgets such as voice-activated devices to touchscreens, can make barbecuing more enjoyable and less time-consuming. Some even allow you to track the temperature of your food as well as the amount of lp you use. This will help you understand the right broiling techniques.

While barbecue enthusiasts may have rules and customs that they adhere to (such as choosing the right wood for different proteins or insisting on specific rubs and sauces) it’s evident that consumers are eager to experiment with a wide range of flavors. The trend we’re witnessing in 2024 is a global flavour fusion, as barbecuers explore marinades rubs, sauces, and rubs inspired by international cuisines. From the tangy Korean gochujang to smokey Mexican chipotle, this style is helping barbecue lovers take their taste buds on a world tour.

Smart grilling isn’t a popular trend yet, but some manufacturers are looking into ways to add connected technology to their products in order to reach out to those who are scared of the traditional barbeque method. For example, one manufacturer is using sensors and software to create an intelligent BBQ that can determine how well the meat has been cooked according to its internal temperature. This could be a useful device for anyone who has been burned by barbecue that’s overcooked or brisket that wasn’t cooked properly. It can also reduce the chance of undercooking your meat by ensuring it’s cooked to perfection each time.

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