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Original Q, Issue #053- Grilling Unusual Suspects
May 01, 2012
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Table of Contents


Recent Website Additions and Updates

*Grilling Recipes, Faster than Smoking
*Great BBQ Foods You May Not Have Considered - The Unusual Suspects
*BBQ Chicken Recipes

Editors Qs
*Hipshot answers reader's questions

BBQ questions only please. I don't know everything.


Recent Website Additions


Grilling Recipes, Faster than Smoking

Grilling recipes are used by most Americans that cook outdoors. Most folks don't have several hours to slow smoke a meal. Grilling is usually quick (remember all those hamburgers and hotdogs?).

Grilling Recipes, Faster than Smoking


Great BBQ Foods You May Not Have Considered - The Unusual Suspects

BBQ is not just burgers, hot dogs and steaks. Think outside the box. Those unusual foods may turn out to be perfect for the grill.

Great BBQ Foods You May Not Have Considered - The Unusual Suspects


BBQ Chicken Recipes

BBQ chicken recipes have something for everyone. Put your own touch on it for your next cookout.

BBQ Chicken Recipes


Editor's Qs


How can I keep sauce fresh longer in the refrigerator?

How long can you actually keep a barbecue sauce in the refrigerator before it spoils? Great question.

Sauces are usually good for around 18 months on the shelf, unopened. But really... how long can they keep when opened? Usually, a good BBQ sauce made out of quality ingredients can keep in a cool dry place with a 40 degree temperature for anywhere from 1 to 5 months after opening.

A really easy, but little known way to get an additional 3 months of life out of that sauce is to simply seal the lid snugly, and then turn the jar upside down in the fridge.

What this does, by turning it upside down, is to cause the natural weight of the contents to force downward on the lid. It seals and creates a barrier that blocks air from getting into the container.

No air, no spoilage.

In fact, try this with other containers of things like sour cream. Turn it upside down and see just how much longer it will keep.


The Challenge Continues.

I don't want to give you the idea that I can't be stumped, but... let's see what happens.

BBQ questions only please. I don't know everything.

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