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Cooking Light Food Editors Ann Pittman and Julie Grimes show you how to grill for perfect results.
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9 grilling tips for your Memorial Day weekend backyard dinners
As we all bounce back from the pandemic, a holiday weekend is a good time to slow down and reflect—and, of course, celebrate Memorial Day with loved ones.
Last summer, 225 recipe writer Tracey Koch revisited some of her family’s favorite grilling recipes from the 225 archives. She also added some grilling tips to help make your outdoor cooking experience that much better. We’re sharing them again here, and be sure to take notes—this insight will be useful all summer long!
Stay safe, keep smiling and enjoy the weekend.
1. Preheating the grill properly is key for cleaning: This will help ensure your meat doesn’t stick to the grates, and it will also give you a nice sear, locking in the meat’s natural juices. Preheat the grill with the lid closed for about 10 minutes to around 500 degrees, a temperature that will make it easier to clean off any stuck pieces of food that may have been left on your grates. If using a charcoal grill, the coals should glow red while heating. If you are using a gas grill, keep the burners on high to allow the grill to reach the desired temperature. Use a stainless-steel brush to scrape the grates clean before grilling. Then, lower the heat to the desired cooking temperature.
2. Try the direct heat method: Placing the meat directly over the flame helps sear the meat quickly, locking in juices and creating a crispy layer on the outside. Use direct heat when grilling smaller cuts of tender meat, chicken, fish and shrimp that require 20 minutes or less of cooking time.
3. Indirect heat is best for low and slow cooking: This is when the fire is on either side of the meat during the grilling process. Use this method for whole chickens or bone-in skin-on pieces of chicken, as well as thicker chops, steaks and larger, tougher cuts of meat.
4. Gas grill 101: For direct heat, preheat the grill to 400 degrees and place meat directly over the flame. For indirect heat, preheat the grill to 400 degrees and turn off the flame on one side of the grill. Place the protein over the unlit side of the grill to ensure a lower, slower cooking time.
5. Charcoal grill 101: Place an even, single layer of coals to sear meat quickly. In order to create indirect heat, place the coals double banked on either side of the inside of the grill, and place your meat in the middle of the grate with the flames or hot coals on either side.
6. Keep a lid on it: For a consistent temperature in both the grill and internal temperature of the meat, keep the lid closed as much as possible. This will keep the temperature high enough to allow the meat to sear without charring. It will also decrease the cooking time and will help the meat stay juicier and more tender while grilling.
7. Use a timer and thermometer: Don’t overlook the use of gadgets to help prevent overcooking. When using a meat thermometer, keep in mind that the internal temperature of the meat will rise an additional 3-5 degrees after you remove it from the grill.
8. Let it rest: To make sure grilled meats turn out juicy and tender, always let them rest for 5-10 minutes before cutting and serving. This will allow the juices to redistribute through the meat, making it more tender upon serving.
9. Don’t forget grilled vegetables: Take advantage of summer’s yellow squash, zucchini, red and yellow bell peppers, eggplant and mushrooms. Cut the vegetables as uniformly as possible to ensure they cook evenly. To prevent them from sticking to the grill, pat them dry with a paper towel once cut. Also, do not salt the vegetables until after they have been grilled because it will draw out natural liquids and cause them to steam as they are grilling, making them wet and soggy once cooked.
Chef & The Dish
You can travel virtually into the kitchens of top chefs from Italy, Spain, Turkey, Brazil, Thailand and more without changing out of your sweats, if you like—just don’t forget your apron. Book private, one-on-one lessons by first selecting the class you’re interested in (classes last about 2.5 hours and cost $299 for two people). Then, you’ll have a kitchen prep session with a kitchen assistant, who helps you organize your tools and ingredients before you’re paired with a chef to whip up a meal together. Beyond what’s happening on your stove, you’ll also make a new friend: For example, you might bake baklava with a Turkish chef who’ll then show you her pomegranate trees growing outside, or paella with a Spanish chef who can also tell you about what’s happening with the quarantine in his country. In light of the current situation, Chef & The Dish just launched a new limited-time series called “What’s In Your Fridge?”, a one-hour class ($99 for two people) where you’re paired with a surprise chef from anywhere in the world who will ask you to open your fridge and pantry and teach you how to make a main dish with whatever ingredients you have on hand.
Registration is Now Open for Summer Camps that Begin June 28th
David P. Martone welcomes you to Classic Thyme Cooking School. He is the Owner and Executive Chef and opened the school in 1995. Here at Classic Thyme we have created a warm and inviting atmosphere fashioned on the concept of a rustic cottage in Tuscany. Students can select from a wide diversity of classes from Culinary Basics to Advanced Cake Decorating. We offer themed classes on anything from Italian Boot Camps, Knife Skills, Holiday Baking and Couples Classes to making Dim Sum and Seasonal Grilling. Classes are available to all ages through our Children's and Young Adult programs.
Our goal at Classic Thyme is to be a destination "Where cooking is always serious fun." Our instructors are culinary professionals with varied backgrounds and specialties. In addition to our regularly scheduled classes we also provide a unique venue for Birthday Parties, Private Parties and Corporate Cooking Team Building Events. We've hosted wedding showers, bachelor dinners, retirement parties and anniversary parties. We will work with you to develop a customized menu suited to your needs.
Our new building, 'Toscana,' has expanded our cooking school to include two classrooms which allow more flexibility and availability to accommodate more of your needs.
Our website includes recipes and video tutorials for your enjoyment. Visit our Class Calendar to sign up for a class or purchase a Gift Certificate. Our Summer Kids Cooking Camp program is published in early March. We look forward to seeing you in Class!!
Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) teaches Certified Barbeque Judge classes and cooking classes at many locations around the country. These are not cooking classes. They teach you how to judge barbecue so you can join a panel at one of the many KCBS competitions across the nation.
Memphis Barbecue Network (MBN) is another major competition circuit and they teach the MBN method of judging in a handful of locations throughout the summer.
Let not your learning exceed your deeds, lest you be like a tree with many branches and few roots.
Published On: 9/28/2017 Last Modified: 4/24/2021
Virtual Cooking Class | Summer Grilling
Oli+Ve specializes in the highest quality EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil), flavored olive oils and aged balsamics. They have been in business for 8 years and are located in the historic district of Roswell, Georgia. With over 60 different oils and vinegars to choose from, the focus is on quality, variety of flavors, and ease of use, making in-home cooking like a dining-out experience! We are a tasting shop and invite all to come experience the difference!
- Butter Infused Olive Oil | This creamy extra virgin olive oil is naturally infused with the rich flavor of butter. Use this golden, vegan, dairy free olive oil as a butter substitute in baking or anywhere you might use melted butter. Made from premium, ultra fresh, extra virgin olive oil from our collection blended in small, artisan batches with organic, 100% natural flavors. Use over hot popcorn, with seafood like crab or shrimp, over pastas, mashed potatoes, rice, or in baking.
- Garlic Infused Olive Oil | Our Garlic Olive Ol is made with an organic EVOO and organic garlic and gives off the flavor of pungent, fresh garlic. Since garlic and olive oil are almost always used together in Mediterranean cooking, you can use this in just about anything. Made with Certified Ultra Premium, ultra fresh, extra virgin olive oil blended in small, artisan batches with 100% natural, organic compatible flavor. Great to mix in with pasta or mashed potatoes, to drizzle on steaks before grilling, toss with cooked vegetables, as the fat to cook grilled cheese, an omelet, and so much more.
- Fig Balsamic | Made with natural ingredients, our aged fig balsamic vinegar from Modena is thick and ripe, bursting with fig flavor. This has been one of our top sellers since we opened. Use to drizzle on cheese, to marinate steaks and pork, or in a vinaigrette.
- Cranberry Pear Balsamic | This White Balsamic is clean, crispy and very tart and boasts a lovely deep, rose blush and shines in a multitude of culinary applications. This is one of our most popular white balsamics especially during the warmer months. Use to dress fruit or vegetable salads, as a marinade, a glaze for poultry, with gelatin for a delicious fruit aspic or even in a mixed drink!
WHAT IS INCLUDED WITH MY TICKET PURCHASE?
- Class Only | One ticket includes access link to your live, online class. The class will be delivered via Zoom conferencing, and will feature a live instructor who will walk you through the lesson as described above. You will have the opportunity to ask questions as well as participate from home.
- Class + Mini Bottle Set | Everything listed above, as well as a set of 4 mini oil and vinegar bottles to match those used in the class. PLEASE NOTE: If you are local to Roswell, Georgia, you can pick up the mini bottle set up until the day of! Should you be from out of town, please take into account it can take anywhere between 1 - 4 business days to ship.
WHEN WILL I RECEIVE THE GROCERY LIST AND RECIPE?
- A grocery list for items needed will be provided on the Sunday prior to the class date.
- The full recipe and any prep notes will be provided 48 hours before the class begins.
WILL I NEED ANYTHING FROM HOME TO USE IN THE CLASS?
- You will need a reliable internet connection and/or mobile device in which to access the virtual class via Zoom. We recommend you arrive 5 - 10 minutes early to ensure you're able to set up your device and connection.
AM I ABLE TO ASK QUESTIONS OR INTERACT WITH THE CLASS?
- Yes! You will be able to ask questions using the chat function in Zoom. There will also be a Q&A portion at the end of the class.
WILL THE CLASS BE RECORDED?
- Yes, the class will be recorded. A link to access the recording will be provided with the follow up email within 24 hours of the class concluding. We ask that you please respect the instructor by not sharing the recording with anyone outside of those who purchased a ticket.
- $5 of each ticket sale will be donated to MUST Ministries
- Ticket sales close on Thursday, June 25th at 12:00 p.m. EST.
- ZOOM DISCLAIMER | While we hope that all participants are able to access the Zoom meeting, we are not responsible for technical difficulties related to the following: internet connection (broadband wired or wireless - 3G or 4G/LTE), speakers and a microphone (built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth, a webcam or HD webcam (built-in or USB plug-in), or an HD cam or HD camcorder with video capture card. For more details on system requirements, please click here.
- In order to respect the time and financial investment of all attendees, we ask that you join a few minutes early (meeting will open at 7:25 p.m.), or at the very latest, promptly at 7:30 p.m. Please treat this as you would any dinner reservation!
Meet the Instructor| With more than 15 years in the event planning industry, entertaining has always been at the core of her passion and expertise. Gluten free herself, she has created recipes that bring in rave reviews from even those who don't have food allergies. She is hooked on Oli+Ve oils and vinegars and has been using them for 8 years. Caitlin loves the quality, the ease of use, and the variety of flavors available. Although she has her favorites, she is constantly experimenting with new flavors and coming up with new ideas.
Her greatest joy is "serving others through healthy and delicious food" - so come join us!
Learn how to cook delicious recipes for your family from professional chefs!
*You can watch all classes at your convenience. They is a mix of pre-recorded and live classes that you can watch back anytime!
*Weekly Meal Plan with Grocery List
*Bonus Holiday Cooking Classes
*Knife and Kitchen Safety Lessons
*You can watch all the classes at your convenience.
*Bonus Holiday and Specialty Classes
*Monthly "Nailed It" Challenge with Prizes
*Recommended for ages 5 and up (ages 4-7 will need some parental help with the stove and oven)
- Welcome (2:45) Start
- Kitchen Basics Start
- Kitchen Safety Start
- Knife Skills and Techniques Cooking Class #1 (14:51) Start
- Mise en Place Start
- Food Storage Start
- Meal Planning Start
- How to Read a Recipe Start
- Cheat Sheets Start
- Allergies & Intolerances Start
- More Momma Cooking School Basics e-Book Start
- Private Facebook Group Link Start
- Welcome To July (0:47) Start
- Welcome Email and Links Start
- SAVORY: Produce Cooking Class (10:56) Start
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- SWEET: Crisps Cooking Class (6:44) Start
- Salad Dressing E-Book Start
- Bonus: Corn on the Cobb Trick (1:21) Start
- How To Cut A Watermelon (0:44) Start
- KIDS: Salad on A Stick Cooking Class (7:58) Start
- KIDS: Mini Cobbler in a Jar Cooking Class (10:35) Start
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- Welcome To August! (1:05) Start
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- SAVORY: Smoking Cooking Class (15:35) Start
- SWEET: Gelato and Ice Cream Cooking Class (31:11) Start
- SWEET: Sorbet and Granita Cooking Class (17:25) Start
- Grilling Guide Start
- Marinade Ebook and Recipes Start
- BONUS: Biscuits and Shortcake Class (16:06) Start
- KIDS: Indoor Grilling Cooking Class (12:48) Start
- KIDS: Ice Cream In A Bag Cooking Class (7:01) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge (Ice Cream Cake) Start
- Welcome to September (1:40) Start
- September Email with Links Start
- SAVORY: Sandwiches and Wraps Cooking Class (17:31) Start
- SAVORY: Freezer Meals Cooking Class (69:34) Start
- SWEET: Cookies and Bars Cooking Class (41:35) Start
- SWEET: Quick Breads and Muffins Cooking Class (28:38) Start
- Easy Kids Lunch Ideas E-Book Start
- KIDS: Make Your Own Lunch Cooking Class (14:07) Start
- KIDS: Cookie Cooking Class (14:50) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge (Lunch Challenge) Start
- Freezer Meal ebook Start
- Live Freezer Meal Class on Instagram Live 9/15 7 PM PST Start
- Welcome To October! (1:11) Start
- October Email and Link Start
- Monthly Grocery Lists (ADULTS AND KIDS) Start
- SAVORY: Pizza Cooking Class (38:15) Start
- SAVORY: Soups, Stocks, Stews Cooking Class Live Class 10/17 Start
- SWEET: Cinnamon Rolls, Brioche Cooking Class (20:47) Start
- SWEET: Halloween Treats (16:01) Start
- KIDS: Pizza Party Cooking Class (10:37) Start
- KIDS: Halloween Cooking Class (23:41) Start
- BONUS KIDS: Homemade Candy Corn Cooking Class (8:12) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge (Spiders and Spider Webs) Start
- Welcome To December! Start
- Monthly Recipe Cards (ADULTS AND KIDS) Start
- Monthly Grocery Lists (ADULTS AND KIDS) Start
- SAVORY: Appetizers and Hors d'Oeurves (21:03) Start
- SAVORY: Braising 101 (23:07) Start
- SWEET: Pate A Choux Dough Cooking Class (13:04) Start
- SWEET: Souffle Cooking Class (23:40) Start
- Bonus Edible Gifts Start
- KIDS Welcome To December! Start
- KIDS: Holiday Feast Cooking Class (24:30) Start
- KIDS: Christmas Cookie Class (17:24) Start
- KIDS: Service Challenge Start
- BONUS: Stained Glass Gingerbread Cookies (17:48) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge Start
- Welcome To January Start
- January Grocery Lists (ADULT AND KIDS) Start
- Monthly Recipe Cards (ADULT AND KIDS) Start
- SAVORY: Homemade Pasta Cooking Class (40:14) Start
- SAVORY: Ravioli Cooking Class (16:49) Start
- SAVORY: Homemade Pasta Cooking Class- Sauces (7:46) Start
- SWEET: Creme Brulee Cooking Class (15:58) Start
- SWEET: Sweet Sauces and Syrups Cooking Class (11:01) Start
- KIDS: Welcome To January! Start
- KIDS: Colored Pasta Party (19:04) Start
- KIDS: Chocolate Shell Ice Cream Sundae Cooking Class (12:19) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge (Pasta Art) Start
- Welcome To February! Start
- February Class Grocery Lists (ADULT AND KIDS) Start
- ADULT Monthly Recipe Cards Start
- SAVORY: Meat and Chicken 101 Class (40:04) Start
- SWEET: Candy and Confections (11:40) Start
- SWEET: Chocolate Cooking Class 101 (44:17) Start
- BONUS: Date Night Cooking Class (23:29) Start
- KIDS: Monthly Recipe Cards Start
- KIDS: Steak Tacos Cooking Class (22:06) Start
- KIDS: Chocolate Cooking Class (29:35) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge (Valentine's Dinner) Start
- Welcome to March! Start
- Monthly Recipe Cards (ADULT AND KIDS) Start
- March Class Grocery Lists (ADULTS AND KIDS) Start
- SAVORY: Mother Sauces Cooking Class 1 (16:37) Start
- SAVORY: Mother Sauces Cooking Class 2 (11:54) Start
- SWEET: Tarts Cooking Class (15:29) Start
- SWEET: Petit Fours Cooking Class (13:34) Start
- BONUS: St. Patricks Day Class (16:03) Start
- KIDS: Welcome To March! (0:21) Start
- KIDS: Macaroni and Cheese Cooking Class (14:33) Start
- KIDS: Rainbow Fruit Tarts Cooking Class (20:02) Start
- KIDS BONUS: Shamrock Shake Class (3:44) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge Start
- Welcome To May! Start
- Monthly Recipe Cards (Adult and Kids) Start
- May Class Grocery List Start
- SAVORY: Fish 101 Cooking Class Coming (24:57) Start
- SAVORY: Thai Cooking Class (23:13) Start
- SWEET: Pastry Dough Cooking Class (26:05) Start
- SWEET: Brunch Cooking Class (20:58) Start
- Kids Welcome To May! Start
- KIDS: Crepes Cooking Class (9:26) Start
- KIDS: Thai Cooking Class (16:14) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge (Crepe Creation) Start
- Welcome To June! Start
- June Grocery Lists Start
- June Recipe Cards Adult Classes Start
- SAVORY: Mediterranean Cooking Class (17:35) Start
- SAVORY: Sushi 101 Cooking Class (28:37) Start
- SWEET: Cookie Decorating (59:50) Start
- SWEET: Donut Cooking Class (21:15) Start
- KIDS Welcome To June! Start
- KIDS: Sushi Cooking Class (26:36) Start
- KIDS: Baked Donuts Cooking Class (21:42) Start
- KIDS: Nailed It Challenge (sushi) Start
- June Recipe Cards Kids Classes Start
- How to Chop a Watermelon (0:40) Start
- How to Pick A Chicken (2:48) Start
- How to Prepare lettuce to Last Longer (1:41) Start
- How to Zest a Lemon (0:44) Start
- How to Slice an Avocado (0:48) Start
- How to Mince Garlic (1:29) Start
- How to Dice Roma Tomatoes (2:28) Start
- How to Slice an Onion (1:16) Start
- How to Cut a Bell Pepper (2:55) Start
- How to Dice an Onion (1:40) Start
- Knife Stance and Hold (1:39) Start
- How To Clean A Cast Iron Pan (2:23) Start
Weekly Meal Plan and Grocery Lists
I give you a weekly meal plan that helps you practice your new skills but in a time efficient way! All the recipes are family friendly and quick to make. And I give you a printable grocery list so you don't have to take any extra time planning! All recipes in the meal plans are adaptable for gluten and dairy free diets.
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Have your child earn their badge after each cooking class as they perfect their skills and learn valuable cooking techniques, kitchen safety and character building.
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21 Grilling Hacks for Your Memorial Day Cookout (No. 6 Is My Favorite!) by Donna John
One of the best ways to kick off summer is to host a Memorial Day barbecue with your family and friends. Looking for where to start to make it perfect? The Soul Publishing’s popular 5 Minute Crafts YouTube channel shared a video of 21 creative ways to master the grill for the long weekend. Here are a few of their genius grilling tips:
1. Rosemary Kebabs: Rosemary kebabs can simply be made by using a rosemary branch and sliding your choice of veggies and protein. Not only are you reducing waste, but the rosemary aroma will definitely uplift the flavor of anything your put on your kebab.
2. Serving Condiments: Grab your muffin tins from the pantry and bring it outside to create a condiments bar. Add a variety of condiments in each section to keep things less messy and in one place for your guests.
3. Cooking Fish: Planning on adding to fish to the grill? Adding lemon slices will not only infuse the flavor, but it’ll also save your fish from sticking to the grill and ending up in shreds.
4. Onion Burgers: If you enjoy onions on your burger, try adding the protein in the center of an onion ring. This will keep your burgers nice and juicy.
5. Kebab Sticks: If your guests request a variety of proteins grilled, adding two kebab sticks on the ends of the protein and stacking them will get more grilled efficiently.
6. Personalize It: This one is my favorite! Write the person's name and how their burger or steak is prepared (well done, rare, etc.) in the condiment of their choice (ketchup, mustard, barbecue sauce, steak sauce, etc.) on the bun or plate. This hack is dedicated to my mother-in-law who won't eat venison burgers.
Be sure to check out the other 16 barbecue hacks.
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