Modern Technologies and BBQ

Modern technologies are changing the ways we cook. While old-fashioned BBQ is still great, they’re not as popular. A variety of the latest gadgets such as voice-activated devices to touchscreens, make barbecue more enjoyable and less grueling. Some allow you to keep track of the temperature of your food as well as the amount of lp used. This can help you to understand the correct technique to broil.

While barbecue aficionados may have rules and customs that they adhere to (such as selecting the appropriate wood for different meats or requiring specific rubs and sauces) it’s clear that consumers are keen to experiment with a range of flavors. In 2024, we’ll witness a global trend of flavour fusions as barbecuers experiment with marinades, sauces, and rubs inspired by different cuisines. This trend lets barbecuers explore their taste buds all over the world. From spicy Korean Gochujang, to smokey Mexican Chipotle.

Smart grilling isn’t the most popular trend right now, but some manufacturers are looking at ways to add connected technology to their products to reach people who are afraid of the traditional barbeque method. One manufacturer makes use of a combination sensor and software to create an intelligent BBQ that can detect the internal temperature of meat. This could be a useful tool for anyone who’s ever been burned by barbecue that’s overcooked or brisket that wasn’t cooked properly. It can also help reduce the risk of undercooking your meat by ensuring that it’s cooked correctly every time.

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