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Grilling Necessities

5 essentials for outdoor cooking

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1. This Tempfork (TM) thermometer easily cuts through thin pieces of meat, fish and poultry. From The Kitchenary

2. The Charcoal Company’s brush gets the right amount of sauce on grilled goods. From E’s Kitchen

3. Charcoal Company’s Big Head Spatula, which, like the brush, features a rosewood handle and is great for burgers and steaks. From E’s Kitchen

4. The holes in these Cuisipro tongs allow for easy fat and oil draining. From The Kitchenary

5. The multifaceted cleaning brush has three sides for post-cooking cleanup: steel brushes, a hard scrubber and a serrated-edged spatula will keep your grill clean From E’s Kitchen

E’s Kitchen 1921 Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette, (337) 534-8928, eskitchen.com 

The Kitchenary at Heymann’s 456 Heymann Blvd., Suite C, Lafayette, (337) 264-1037, thekitchenary.net 

Sandra Walkin Artisan Furniture and Finishes provided salvaged cypress (337) 794-9116

Clean-up tip:

Heat up the grate at a high temperature for about five minutes. This will burn away some food remnants. A grill brush and a little elbow grease will take care of the rest.



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