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Cooking on a flat-top griddle grill is fun!

Flat-top griddle grills differ from regular grills because the griddle itself prevents the food from coming into direct contact with the flame. There are two significant benefits to this. One, the food can be juicier because it is not dried out by direct exposure to the heat source. The other benefit is that a griddle grill uses the principle of conduction, which transfers heat via the hot surface’s direct contact with the food. Not only is this an efficient cooking method, but it promotes browning, also known as the Maillard reaction, which adds additional flavor and makes your food more visually appealing.

Three of the most important ingredients in outdoor cooking are self-confidence, deep breaths, and a big smile. If you incorporate those into your cooking, the results will almost always be better than you had planned.


     

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