Modern Technologies and BBQ

Modern technology is changing the cooking methods we use. While old-fashioned BBQ is still a great option, they’re not as popular. From touchscreens to voice-activated features, a variety of new gadgets can make barbecuing more enjoyable and less time-consuming. Some let you track the temperature of your food as well as the amount of lp was used. This can help you understand the correct technique to broil.

Although barbecue enthusiasts may have their own rules and customs (such as using the right wood to cook different types of meats or sticking to specific rubs and sauces), consumers are open to new flavors. In 2024, we will see a trend of global flavour fusion as barbecuers experiment with marinades, sauces and rubs inspired by other cuisines. This allows barbecuers to take their taste buds around the globe. From tangy Korean Gochujang to smokey Mexican Chipotle.

Although smart grilling hasn’t exploded in popularity, some companies are examining ways they can incorporate connected technology to their products to reach a wider audience of consumers who may be afraid of traditional barbeque techniques. For instance, one company is using a combination of sensor and software to create an intelligent BBQ which can tell how well the meat has been cooked according to its internal temperature. This could be a useful device for anyone who has burned by a barbecue that was overcooked or brisket that was undercooked. It can also help reduce the risk of undercooking meat by making sure that it’s cooked to perfection each time.

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