Modern Technologies and BBQ

While there’s a place for traditional BBQ methods, modern technologies are changing this traditional cooking method. From touchscreens to voice activated features, many of these new devices can make barbecuing less tedious and more fun. Some allow you to keep track of your food’s temperature and the amount of lp was used. This will help you understand the correct technique to broil.

While barbecue aficionados may have rules and customs that they adhere to (such as deciding on the best wood for different meats or recommending specific rubs and sauces) it’s clear that consumers want to experiment with a range of flavors. The trend we’re witnessing in 2024 is a global flavor fusion, as barbecuers experiment with marinades, rubs, and sauces inspired by international cuisines. This trend lets barbecuers explore their taste buds all over the world. From the tangy Korean Gochujang, to the smoky Mexican Chipotle.

Although smart grilling isn’t yet become a huge hit, some manufacturers are considering how they can integrate connected technology to their products to reach a broader audience of people who are intimidated by traditional barbeque methods. For example, one manufacturer uses a combination of sensor and software to create an intelligent BBQ that can gauge how well the meat is cooked according to its internal temperature. This could be a helpful tool for anyone who’s ever burned by a barbecue that was overcooked or brisket that wasn’t cooked properly. This tool will also decrease the chance of undercooking meat by ensuring that it’s cooked correctly every time.

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