Low and Slow … on a Gas Grill!
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Lots of people swear by charcoal or wood fires for cooking low and slow. After all, cooking low and slow is officially barbecuing, as opposed to the fast, high heat method of grilling. And low and slow is definitely the best way to tackle big cuts and food that needs some extra care. Think ribs, brisket, pork shoulders, whole chickens or turkeys, and more.
Here’s the secret: you don’t have to have a charcoal smoker or wood-fired grill to cook low & slow. You can barbecue just about anything you want, at a slow pace, at a low temperature, and add smoke too, right on your gas grill. And it will be delicious!
For one example, just look at the brisket pictured with this article: it was cooked with Blue Rhino propane on a gas grill, and it was fabulous.
Give it a try! Learning how to grill low and slow on your gas grill is easy. First, navigate to our Grilling Tips & Techniques pages and read up on indirect grilling and smoking. There are also many great resources on other grilling websites. Then try one of the many recipes at BlueRhino.com: All-American Pork Baby Back Ribs, Beer Baby Back Ribs, Rosemary Garlic Chicken, Beer Can Chicken, or Beef Brisket on a Gas Grill. It will take time, but it will be fun and rewarding.